Registering for PhD at one of the TransportNET Universities
Taking at least 6 credits of courses or equivalent at one of the other TransportNET Universities, or in joint TransportNET courses
Spend a one-semester research stay at an other TransportNET University
At least one other TransportNET professor in PhD commission
-> as a consequence at least three TransportNET members should be involved Thesis in English
Thorough supervision by dedicated TransportNET professors
Sets of dedicated training and in-depth sector courses, locally and jointly
Physical support through full library access in all TransportNET Universities
Help in searching for funds to stay
Help in searching for accommodation
Exchange with other TransportNET staff and PhD fellows
the TransportNET secretariat a proposal first, of about one page, including objective, research question, approach, and expected type of outcomes. Please also add a CV of yours. The secretariat will then check whether any supervisor is willing and has the available capacity to guide you on that topic.
Most TransportNET institutions require that first, a doctoral program is followed. You will be informed on whether that is required in your case.
Upcoming and Past TransportNET PhD's
Anna Karamigkou, University of the Aegean, "A model estimating the potential demand foralternative fuel technologies in urban transport" Katrien De Langhe: UAntwerp
Jan Ihrig: "Spatial disaggregation in transport modelling - Modelling Europe with more than 100,000 travel zones", 19 November 2018, KIT Florent Laroche: "Political Economy of Railway infrastructure", 4 December 2014, LET Paresa Markianidou: "The Relationship between Trade and Container Flows" University of Antwerp, 14 February 2012 Regina Witter: "Public Urban Transport, Mobility Patterns and Social Exclusion - the case of Santiago de Chile" EPFL, 27 April 2012 Alessio Tei: "The impact of Port Concession on Port Competitiveness" University of Genoa, 3 April 2012 Monica Grosso: "The Competitiveness of Intermodal Transport: Applications on European Corridors" University of Genoa, University of Antwerp, 16 December 2011 Edwin Van Hassel: "Developing a Small Barge Convoy to Reactivate the use of the Small Inland Waterway Network" University of Antwerp, 15 November 2011 David Guillermo Carrillo Murillo: "Demand and Supply Interactions in Transport Models: The Case of Hinterland Transportation" University of Karlsruhe, 5 July 2010