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PhD candidate (f/m) Engineering
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University of TwenteEnschede (Niederlande)
2 PhD candidates on the project SEQUOIA: Smart maintenance optimization via big data & fault tree analysis
Posd doc positions
38.0 hours per week
€ 2191 - € 2801
University of Twente
The Database and Formal Methods & Tools groups at the University of Twente seek two PhD candidates for SEQUOIA:
Smart maintenance optimization via big data & fault tree analysis, a project funded by the Dutch Technology Foundation
STW, and the companies ProRail and NS. ProRail is responsible for the Dutch railway network, including its construction,
management, maintenance, and safety; NS has the same responsibility for the Dutch train fleed. The project is led by
Dr. Mariëlle Stoelinga, Prof.dr. Joost-Pieter Katoen and Dr. Djoerd Hiemstra.
SEQUOIA aims to improve the reliability of the Dutch railroads by deploying big data analytics to predict and prevent
failures. Its scientific core is a novel combination of machine learning, fault tree analysis and stochastic model
checking. Key idea is that big data analytics provide the statistics on failures, their correlations, dependencies
etc. and fault trees provide the domain knowledge needed to interpret these data. The project outcome aims at fewer
train disruptions and delays, lower maintenance cost, and more passenger comfort.
The project involves an intense cooperation with the RWTH Aachen University and with various engineers from ProRail
and NS. The PhD candidates will spend a portion of their time at the ProRail / NS sites in Utrecht.
The candidate should have an MSc degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Data Science or an equivalent qualification.
We seek one candidate with a background in data science and big data analytics. He or she should have a thorough background in
(predictive) modeling, have ample experience with software development and tools (e.g. R, python, Hadoop, , Hyve, Jupyter,
Zeppelin) and/or industrial case studies. Speaking Dutch, or the ability to learn it fast is a prerequisite.
We seek another candidate with a background in formal methods or reliability engineering. The ideal candidate has a thorough
theoretical background, and should have ample experience with software development and/or industrial case studies.
Further we ask for good communication and collaboration skills.
Conditions of employment
The University of Twente offers excellent working conditions, an exciting scientific environment, and a green and lively campus. We offer
A PhD position for four years (38 hrs/week).
Full status as an employee at the University of Twente, including pension and health care benefits. Gross salary PhD
student: ranging from € 2191 (1st year) to € 2801 (4th year) per month, plus holiday allowance (8%) and end-of-year bonus (8.3%).
Excellent facilities for professional and personal development.
Good secondary conditions, in accordance with the collective labour agreement CAO-NU for Dutch universities.
A green and lively campus, with lots of sports facilities and other activities
Starting date of the position: as soon as possible after April 1, 2017.
The PhD student will participate in the Twente Graduate School on Dependable and Secure Computing, led by Prof.dr.
Jaco van de Pol. This research programme offers advanced courses to deepen your scientific knowledge. Participation
in national and/or international summer schools, conference and workshops, as well as visits to other prestigious
research institutes and universities are also foreseen.
To apply for one of these positions, please include
a cover letter (explain your specific interest and qualifications);
a full Curriculum Vitae
a list of all courses + grades, and a short description of your MSc thesis project
references (contact information) of two scientific staff members
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