ESALQ/USP (in Brazil) announces two post-doctoral positions in the logistics area, in a partnership involving ESALQ-LOG Group.
Two vacancies are open for FAPESP postdoctoral fellowships at ESALQ/USP. The projects, entitled "Agrologistic corridors and modeling of GHG emissions" and "Assessment of trade-offs between economic costs and environmental benefits of public policies promoting the mitigation of GHG emissions from freight transport", will be developed at the headquarters of the ESALQ-LOG Group (Group of Research and Extension in Agroindustrial Logistics), located at Avenida Pádua Dias, 11, Piracicaba, São Paulo. The scholarships, initially for 33 months, are related to the Research Grant Project "Evaluation of Public Policies for the Development of Green Corridors to Agro-Logistics in Brazil" (FAPESP - BELMONT FORUM - Process 2017 / 50420-7). To apply, the candidate must have completed his/her PhD in the last seven years. Entries must be sent exclusively by e-mail to Prof. Dr. José Vicente Caixeta Filho (firstname.lastname@example.org), researcher responsible for the project, until September 14, 2018. More information: https://lnkd.in/dndwQqK
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