Available positions

In this section you can find the latest opportunities at ITRL or with our partners. Please read more and apply, or share with people who may be interested.

Researcher/program leader

Do you have a PhD degree, or equivalent degree at a higher level, within a field relevant to "Lean end-to-end freight transport", as well as experience of project management of complex projects with many parties and very good communicative skills in English? If so, read more  about this position.

Research engineer positions: 

If you have a M.Sc. degree in mechatronics, machine, electrical engineering or equivalent and are interested in both project coordination and practical work, one of these positions may be for you:

Research engineer and lab coordinator

Research engineer/project coordinator

Summer job at ITRL and the Smart Mobility Lab: 2 positions

Are you a KTH student with excellent study records and a genuine interest to attract young kids to engineering? We are hiring two students for summer jobs to work with an exciting project of interactive exhibition at Tekniska Museet in September, as part of the 100-year celebration of The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA, Kungliga Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademin).

We are looking for two persons with complementary backgrounds. One of you will have a strong background in systems and control, and with good programming skills in Python and preferably with experience of ROS. The second person will probably have a background in media technology and interaction design and should have experience in web programming in JavaScript and HTML as well as good programming skills in Python.

Read more and get in touch with Jonas Mårtensson, jonas1@kth.se  if you are interested

Full job description (pdf 310 kB)

Industrial PhD Position at Scania

Scania is looking for an industrial PhD Student to work on Shared Situational Awareness for Connected Autonomous Vehicles (ECPM)

The goal of this project is to investigate and develop a shared situational awareness framework for autonomous connected vehicles enabled by V2X communication. The framework will provide the ability to share information between connected vehicles and/or infrastructure. The vehicle will select the most effective and reliable decisions while navigating in uncertain or occluded environments.

Read more and apply before 2019-04-10:


​​​​​​Industrial PhD position at Scania

ITRL and Scania have started a common project on Uptime for driverless vehicles. The project seeks to answer the following questions:
What happens with vehicle uptime when vehicles get driverless?
Which information is needed by whom to diagnose and troubleshoot the driverless systems?

There is an opportunity to join the project as an industrial PhD student at Scania. Read more and apply here:

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