Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Department of Transportation and Logistics Management National Chiao Tung University

Date: 2018-07-23 09:57

Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in
Department of Transportation and Logistics Management
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
The Department will process and evaluate the candidates upon receiving their application packages until the positions are filled.
Closing Date: January 31, 2019

The Department of Transportation and Logistics Management at National Chiao Tung University is currently undertaking an academic staff recruitment exercise to recruit two to four tenure-track faculty members devoted to pursuing research excellence in academic and application fields. Applications are invited for appointments at Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor ranks. These positions are tenable from 1st August 2019.

Qualifications
An applicant

  • must hold a doctoral degree in related areas;˙ must hold a doctoral degree in related areas;
  • publishes in academic journals of high quality in the recent five years (not applicable to fresh Ph.D. and Ph.D. candidates)
  • can teach in English;
  • can teach courses related to “Traffic Engineering”, “Traffic Flow Theory”, “Maritime Transportation”, “Air Transportation”, “Railway Transportation”, “Logistics Systems”, “Distribution Channel Optimization”, and/or “Information Technology”;
  • has the desire and potential to fit to the directions of the Department in “Sustainable Transportation”, “Intelligent Transportation Systems”, and/or “Logistics Management”.

Application procedure
An applicant should submit:

  • a curriculum vitae stating the professional experience and expertise;
  • a curriculum vitae stating the professional experience and expertise;
  • autobiography;
  • a photocopy of the official Ph.D. certificate, or a statement of the expected graduation date for Ph.D. candidates;
  • transcripts of bachelor and all post-graduate studies (for assistant professorship applicants only);
  • a photocopy of the Ph.D. thesis (or a draft of the thesis for to-be-graduated Ph.D. candidates);
  • a list of publications (indicating the impact factor), and samples of recent publications in the last five years;
  • a statement of research plan for the next five years;
  • a list of courses able to teach.

Shortlisted candidates are also required to submit two letters of recommendation.

Applicants should submit an application package to
Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Department Head
Department of Transportation and Logistics Management
National Chiao Tung University
1001 University Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 300, ROC
or by email to ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw

Enquiries
For any enquiries, please contact
Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Tel: +886-3-5712121 # 57640 or email: ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw
Miss Cherry Wang, Tel: +886-3-5716440, Fax: +886-3-5720844, or email: hywang@mail.nctu.edu.tw
Homepage: http://www.tlm.nctu.edu.tw/

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Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Department of Transportation and Logistics Management, NCTU

Date: 2018-03-01 02:24

Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in
Department of Transportation and Logistics Management
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
The Department will process and evaluate the candidates upon receiving their application packages until the positions are filled.
Closing Date: July 31, 2018

The Department of Transportation and Logistics Management at National Chiao Tung University is currently undertaking an academic staff recruitment exercise to recruit two to four tenure-track faculty members devoted to pursuing research excellence in academic and application fields. Applications are invited for appointments at Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor ranks. These positions are tenable from 1st February 2019.

Qualifications
An applicant

  • must hold a doctoral degree in related areas;
  • publishes in academic journals of high quality in the recent five years (not applicable to fresh Ph.D. and Ph.D. candidates)
  •  can teach in English;
  • can teach courses related to “Traffic Engineering”, “Traffic Flow Theory”, “Maritime Transportation”, “Air Transportation”, “Railway Transportation”, “Logistics Systems”, “Distribution Channel Optimization”, and/or “Information Technology”;
  • has the desire and potential to fit to the directions of the Department in “Sustainable Transportation”, “Intelligent Transportation Systems”, and/or “Logistics Management”.

Application procedure
An applicant should submit:

  • a curriculum vitae stating the professional experience and expertise;
  •  autobiography;
  •  a photocopy of the official Ph.D. certificate, or a statement of the expected graduation date for Ph.D. candidates;
  • transcripts of bachelor and all post-graduate studies (for assistant professorship applicants only);
  • a photocopy of the Ph.D. thesis (or a draft of the thesis for to-be-graduated Ph.D. candidates);
  • a list of publications (indicating the impact factor), and samples of recent publications in the last five years;
  •  a statement of research plan for the next five years;
  • a list of courses able to teach.

Shortlisted candidates are also required to submit two letters of recommendation.

Applicants should submit an application package to
    Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Department Head
    Department of Transportation and Logistics Management
    National Chiao Tung University
    1001 University Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 300, ROC
    or by email to ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw

Enquiries
    For any enquiries, please contact
    Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Tel: +886-3-5712121 # 57640 or email: ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw
    Miss Cherry Wang, Tel: +886-3-5716440, Fax: +886-3-5720844, or email: hywang@mail.nctu.edu.tw
    Homepage: http://www.tlm.nctu.edu.tw/

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Spring 2018 NCTU Scholarship (Monthly Stipend/Tuition Waiver/Reduction) Renew/Application for Continuing Students

Date: 2018-01-12 02:50

Please kindly be informed that we are now accepting applications for NCTU International Students Scholarships for SPRING 2018 semester (award period March – August 2018).

The Scholarship Awards open for application:

    Monthly stipend and tuition waiver

    Tuition waiver Only

    Tuition Reduction Only

HOW TO APPLY

  1. Fill out the following Google Form (open till 5PM, January 19, 2018)https://goo.gl/forms/THpIZ3QDeSWTDAOk1
  2. You will receive a confirmation email with attachment (your application form). Print out the application form and sign. If the form is not attached, please print out the confirmation email instead and sign. Submit the printed application form/confirmation email along with other application documents (if any) to OIA by 5PM Monday, January 22, 2018. Late applications will not be considered.
  3. The review result will be announced in late March 2018.
  4. For the Spring 2018 tuition payment, if you would like to apply for delay payment of tuition due to scholarship application, please use the attached delay payment of tuition form. After completed step 1-4 (Advisor, Secretary, Chairman and Registrar), submit the delay payment form to OIA by Friday, February 9, 2018. OIA will help you complete step 5-6 and submit to Registrar before the semester begins. If you are not able to submit the form to OIA by February 9, you will need to complete step 5-6 on your own.
Important Dates
Jan. 19: Fill out Google form by 5PM
Jan. 22: Submit hardcopy documents by 5PM
Feb. 9: Submit delay of tuition payment (scholarship application purpose) by 5PM
Feb. 14-20: CNY Vacation
Feb. 26: Spring 2018 Tuition Payment Deadline (for those who do not apply for extension)
March 21-22: Announcement of Scholarship Review Result
March 26: Extended Tuition Payment Deadline (for those who applied for extension and approved by Registrar)
 

Eligibility for Scholarship Application

Please refer to the attached scholarship regulation. For the minimum grade requirement for students entering NCTU before Fall 2016, please refer to the regulation ver. July 2015 (attached A00); for students entering NCTU from Fall 2016 and onwards, please refer to the regulation ver. June 2017 (attached A01). Please understand that the quota allocation of scholarship is also subject to annual budget condition, number of applicants and dept./inst./college/university committee’s review result.

Required Documents

Scholarship Award Items

Required Documents for Application

Monthly stipend and/or tuition waiver

 

Please first refer to the scholarship regulation and check your eligibility for application.

Undergraduate students:

  1. NCTU Scholarship Application Form (Google Form)
  2. Voluntary service certificate (if any, see NOTE 3)

Post-Graduate students (Master / Ph.D. students)

  1. NCTU Scholarship Application Form (Google Form)
  2. Voluntary service certificate (if any, see NOTE 3)
  3. If you have completed all the required courses and are only working on your thesis right now, please also submit the following documents (sample format attached):

   Ÿ    A recommendation letter from your advisor.

   Ÿ    Research Report: 1-2 page (12pt, single spaced) report of your research/thesis progress to date. The report should be approved and signed by your advisor.

Please kindly note that the supporting funds from your advisor is compulsory during the review process.

Tuition Reduction (paying tuition & credit fee at the same rate as local NCTU students)

 

 

Please first refer to the scholarship regulation and check your eligibility for application.

  1. This is for students who enter NCTU after 2011 Fall semester (including 2011 Fall) and have reached the maximum of the scholarship award period but have not yet complete their study at NCTU.
  2. Minimum requirement of overall GPA (cumulative average grade) should be above 70/100 for undergraduate students and 80/100 for post-graduate students entered NCTU before Fall 2016; for students who entered NCTU in/after Fall 2016, the overall GPA requirement is 75/100 for undergraduate students and 82/100 for post-graduate students
  3. Please also make sure you have not reached the maximum allowed study period at NCTU.
  4. This award is also open to new student’s scholarship recipients whose first semester average grade is below the minimum requirement for applying for tuition waiver (65/100 for undergraduate students and 75/100 for post-graduate students). In this case student can apply for tuition reduction for the 2nd semester.

Required Documents:

  1. NCTU Scholarship Application Form (Google Form)
  2. A recommendation letter from your advisor. For extended study, use template A04; for new students, use template A03.
  3. Research Report (use the attached format): 1-2 page (12pt, single spaced) report of your research/thesis progress to date. The report should be approved and signed by your advisor.
  4. New students are not required to provide research report.
  5. Voluntary service certificate (if any, see NOTE 3)

Min. Grade Requirement

Type of Award Applying

Students joined NCTU before Fall 2016

Students joined NCTU in/after Fall 2016

Monthly Stipend

Average grade of the latest two semesters:

Undergrad. Students: 70/100

Grad. Students: 80/100

Average grade of the latest two semesters:

Undergrad. Students: 75/100

Grad. Students: 82/100

Tuition waiver

Average grade of the latest two semesters:

Undergrad. Students: 60/100

Grad. Students: 70/100

Average grade of the latest two semesters:

Undergrad. Students: 65/100

Grad. Students: 75/100

Tuition Reduction (for students exceeding max. award period)

Overall GPA (CGPA歷年總平均)

Undergrad.: 70/100

Grad.: 80/100

Overall GPA (CGPA 歷年總平均)

Undergrad.: 75/100

Grad.: 82/100

Tuition Reduction (for newly admitted student)

Newly admitted students with 1st semester grade average below the tuition waiver requirement (65 for undergrad. and 75 for postgrad.) may apply for tuition reduction for 2nd semester. Application should be submitted with advisor’s recommendation and will be subject to review committee’s decision.

NOTE

1.     Applications from students who entered NCTU before and on/after Fall 2016 will be reviewed separately due to different grade requirement and co-funding ratio (grad. Students).

2.     Meeting the minimum grade requirement listed above does not guarantee scholarship award. All scholarship award allocation is subject to annual budget condition, number of applicants and the review result of dept./inst./college/university committee’s decision.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

  1. Co-funding Policy for Graduate Program Students
    • From Fall 2016 and onwards, the co-funding from the research advisor, department/institute or college is a compulsory part of the graduate student scholarship award. This policy applies to current student (continuing student) award application, not the newly admitted award which was offered along with admission offer. The sponsorship from the research advisor, department/institute or college will be considered as one of the key ranking criteria, apart from academic/research performance and other view criteria, during the review process.
  2. Chinese Language Course requirement
    • NCTU scholarship recipients who entered from 2013 Spring Semester and onwards need to take Chinese Language courses (see scholarship regulation article VI, section (III)). Students who have taken Chinese language courses before enrolling at NCTU may be exempted from this requirement. Please submit your Chinese Language certificate (TOCFL) or other official proving documents for exemption. Alternatively, you can take the placement test at our Chinese Language Center and submit the passing certificate to waive Chinese language course (please submit before scholarship application deadline). Please also note that some dept./inst. may require more Chinese Language course for graduation requirement. You may consult your dept./inst. for confirmation.
  3. Voluntary Work Certificate (Optional)
    • From 2015 Fall semester and onwards, NCTU scholarship recipients don’t have to do the compulsory services as TA or AA in your department. However, if you have completed voluntary services during  Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters, the record of your service hours will be listed as one of the review criteria for the scholarship application (see regulation article V, section (I) (5)).
  4. Transcript of Grades
    • After receiving your application form, OIA will directly apply for your transcript from Registrar Office. Therefore, you don’t need to apply for the transcript by yourself. However, if your course grade is not released before the CNY, please kindly remind your course instructor to help submit your grade soon so that we could proceed with your application.
  5. Review Result
    • The Scholarship Review Committee will be held in mid-March 2018 and the result will be announced in late March via email afterwards.
  6. Award Period
    • The Spring 2018 scholarship award period will be from March – August 2018 (1 semester). Students should renew/reapply in June 2018.
  7. Meeting the minimum requirement does not guarantee that you will be granted the award you applied for. The awarding is subject to annual budget and committee’s review result.

 

Contact Person

Ms. Janet CHEN

Division of International Admissions, Office of International Affairs, NCTU (Library 8F)

lecielbleu@mail.nctu.edu.tw

(03)571-2121 ext.50666

Click here   http://www.ia.nctu.edu.tw/files/14-1000-1852,r11-1.php

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Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Department of Transportation and Logistics Management National Chiao Tung University

Date: 2017-09-14 11:23

Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in

Department of Transportation and Logistics Management National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

The Department will process and evaluate the candidates upon receiving their application packages until the positions are filled.

Closing Date: January 31, 2018

The Department of Transportation and Logistics Management at National Chiao Tung University is currently undertaking an academic staff recruitment exercise to recruit two to four tenure-track faculty members devoted to pursuing research excellence in academic and application fields. Applications are invited for appointments at Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor ranks. These positions are tenable from 1st August 2018.

 

Qualifications

An applicant

  • must hold a doctoral degree in related areas;
  • publishes in academic journals of high quality in the recent five years (not applicable to fresh Ph.D. and Ph.D. candidates)
  • can teach in English;
  • can teach courses related to “Traffic Engineering”, “Traffic Flow Theory”, “Maritime Transportation”, “Air Transportation”, “Railway Transportation”, “Logistics Systems”, “Distribution Channel Optimization”, and/or “Information Technology”;
  • has the desire and potential to fit to the directions of the Department in “Sustainable Transportation”, “Intelligent Transportation Systems”, and/or “Logistics Management”.

Application procedure

An applicant should submit:

  • a curriculum vitae stating the professional experience and expertise;
  • autobiography;
  • a photocopy of the official Ph.D. certificate, or a statement of the expected graduation date for Ph.D. candidates;
  • transcripts of bachelor and all post-graduate studies (for assistant professorship applicants only);
  • a photocopy of the Ph.D. thesis (or a draft of the thesis for to-be-graduated Ph.D. candidates);
  • a list of publications (indicating the impact factor), and samples of recent publications in the last five years;
  • a statement of research plan for the next five years;
  • a list of courses able to teach.

Shortlisted candidates are also required to submit two letters of recommendation.

Applicants should submit an application package to

Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Department Head

Department of Transportation and Logistics Management

National Chiao Tung University

1001 University Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 300, ROC

or by email to ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw

Enquiries

For any enquiries, please contact

Prof. Y.-C. Chiou, Tel: +886-3-5712121 # 57640 or email: ycchiou@mail.nctu.edu.tw

Miss Cherry Wang, Tel: +886-3-5716440, Fax: +886-3-5720844, or email: hywang@mail.nctu.edu.tw

Homepage: http://www.tlm.nctu.edu.tw/

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