Technological University Dublin:
The Marie Curie ITN CISC consortium seeks applications from talented graduates to join our exciting PhD training program also referee to as ESR Fellowship (ESR stands for Early Stage Researcher). 14 PHD positions are available as Early stage Researcher for a Marie Curie on collaborative Intelligence for Safety Critical Tasks. For more information go to: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/602756 Deadline 18 March 2021
University of Surrey:
A 12 month postdoctoral researcher position, looking at how SME’s may benefit from blockchain technology: http://jobs.surrey.ac.uk/011621 Closes Monday 22 March 2021
A Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Digital Entrepreneurship & Innovation: https://jobs.surrey.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=010221 Closes Monday 15 March 2021
University of Manchester:
We are currently advertising for a Research Associate in Socio-Technical Cybersecurity in the Workplace to work as part of our Digital Trust and Security programme here at University of Manchester. The closing date is 15 March.
The post would suit a high-potential researcher who holds (or is very close to completing) a PhD or equivalent in a cognate area of applied psychology, with a strong desire to pursue interdisciplinary research that simultaneously advances fundamental understanding of and applied insights into the behavioural barriers to, and enablers of, enhanced cyber security in the workplace. You will be based in the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at Alliance Manchester Business School. You will be a member of the Centre for Digital Trust and Society, which is led out of the School of Social Sciences, and will play an important role in the development of this inter-disciplinary initiative.
University of Nottingham:
The RCUK funded Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute centred at the University of Nottingham brings together an interdisciplinary team with expertise from a wide variety of backgrounds including computer science, engineering, law, psychology, sociology, business, social science and the arts. This team is addressing the research challenge of how to promote deep personalization whilst providing control and privacy to citizens, even as we develop new blended experiences that converge traditional and digital artefacts, services and media.
We seek a postdoctoral law researcher with a strong background in privacy and data protection law, to provide support and research across a variety of research initiatives within Horizon. The position will require knowledge of: qualitative empirical research methods; the legal, ethical and privacy issues in use of personal data; and a track record of high quality publications, commensurate with the candidate’s level of experience.
The ideal candidate must be keen to bring their skills and experience into the interdisciplinary team addressing the overall socio-technical challenges of the future Digital Economy as well as the potential to lead their own research projects. Previous experience working across disciplines and with technologists would be beneficial. Deadline is 6 April.