Sense-T is looking for two outstanding researchers to join its new Smart Logistics Lab, to be based at the University of Tasmania's Sandy Bay campus.
The Lab will extend Sense-T's world-class data research program into freight, logistics and supply-chains.
The positions are offered on a full-time basis for two years to PhD graduates who have experience in data collection and analysis, and freight and logistics optimisation.
Applications close on 9 February.
The Logistics Lab is a $2 million partnership between Sense-T and National ICT Australia (NICTA), aiming to improve services and reduce costs by ensuring that existing infrastructure is used as efficiently as possible.
For more information and instructions on how to apply, go to http://www.utas.edu.au/jobs/current-vacancies