The Department of Quantitative Economics of the School of Business and Economics (Maastricht University) has a vacancy for a 4-year PhD position. As a PhD you are expected to write a PhD thesis in one of the fields of expertise of the department. Topics include econometrics, operations research, actuarial sciences, and economic theory, with a strong focus on quantitative and analytical methods. Both fundamental research as well as applied topics are possible, depending on your interests. Deadline for application is 29 April 2021. More information here.
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Want to become MYA member? We extended the application deadline until Oct 15. We heard of candidates who did not apply because, in the continuing tail of the COVID crisis, they could not find time to do so. https://twitter.com/MaastrichtYA/status/1420723501758046208
Another Growing Up in Science session will be hosted by @MaastrichtYA at @MaastrichtU! It will feature the unofficial story of dr. @ACarlier_PhD, assistant professor at @MERLN_UM . Register here: https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/events/ninth-growing-science-event-dr-aurelie-carlier
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With almost 200 students #BusinessEngineering and #InternationalBusiness I played the #woodsupplygame last week. Great to confront students with dynamics of #supplychainmanagement by means of this hands-on game. It was lots of fun! @umsbe #problemBasedLearning #seriousGaming
What is happening with the IT-services at @umsbe? Email, canvas, website,... are all down? @MaastrichtU
How to manage individual preferences (e.g., costs versus CO2 footprint) while working together with other companies? Read our fresh paper in OR Spectrum here: https://rdcu.be/cxIcm
#supplychaincollaboration #collaborativeLogistics #multiobjectiveOptimization