Oslo Metropolitan University’s Department of Built Environment is recruiting for their PhD fellowship for Cargo Bike Urbanism.
This exciting opportunity is a full-time, salaried position working with an international team committed to researching the power of cargo bikes in fostering sustainable mobility solutions. OsloMet University, Norway’s third-largest university, seeks a candidate for a PhD Fellowship in Cargo Bike Urbanism within the “Car-goNE-City” project. The initiative, funded by JPI Urban Europe’s Driving Urban Transitions program, aims to explore shared cargo bike mobility’s potential in transforming urban landscapes toward sustainable 15-minute cities. Affiliated with the TransFrUrban research group, the candidate will contribute to the Car-goNE-City project’s goals, including studying shared mobility in 15-minute cities, assessing cargo bikes’ role in reducing car use, and engaging residents in participatory design across European cities.
The three-year fellowship involves collaborating with project partners, guided by a PhD supervisor at OsloMet, with the expected completion and defense of a doctoral thesis leading to a PhD degree. The position starts in Fall 2024., and offers the chance to shape the future of sustainable transportation.
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