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A PhD Studentship on 'Understanding Travel Patterns of Multi-Location Workers' is available at the University of Southampton as part of the ESRC South Coast DTP.
This project will study various forms of multi-location working (where workers usually work in more than one place) to understand how the work and non-work travel of multi-location workers impacts on society and the environment. For example, does multi-location working increase or decrease travel and under which circumstances? The project will involve analysis of complex secondary datasets and the development of multivariate models.
The student will be supervised by Dr Darja Reuschke ([log in to unmask]) and Dr Simon Blainey ([log in to unmask]). They will be based in Geography and the Environment, and will work closely with the interdisciplinary Transportation Research Group (Faculty of Engineering and the Environment).
The project will commence in the 2018/19 academic year. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 31 January 2018. For more details or to apply see https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=SCDTP947917WR , or please contact the supervisors for an informal discussion of the project.
Please pass on this information to any potential applicants within your networks.
Dr Simon Blainey
Lecturer in Transportation
Transportation Research Group
Faculty of Engineering and the Environment
Room 4005, Building 176
University of Southampton
Tel: 44 (0)23 8059 2834
Fax: 44 (0)23 8059 3152