UCPH 2021 PhD fellowship in Human-Centered Data Science and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
The Department of Computer Science (DIKU), Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen, invites applicants for a PhD fellowship across Human-Centered Data Science (HCDS) and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). The project is part of the interdisciplinary research project “Nordic Refugee Determination: Advancing Data Science in Migration Law “NoRDASiL” led by Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, which is financed by NordForsk and involves research institutions in Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Start date is expected to be 1 January 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter, for a duration of 3 years.
About University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
Driven by intellectual creativity and critical thinking since 1479, researchers and students at the University of Copenhagen have expanded horizons and contributed to moving the world forward. With its 5,000 researchers and 39,000 students, the University boasts an international research and study environment and is highly ranked on the leading ranking lists of the world’s best universities. The University offers researchers and students the opportunity to develop their talent and launches ambitious interdisciplinary initiatives to support its strong academic communities. Through resear…
UCPH PhD fellowship
- Type Fellowship
- Organisation University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
- Country to study Denmark
- School to study–
- Course to studyNot specified
- State of Origin
- Gender Men and Women
- Application Deadline September 5, 2021
Aim and Benefits of UCPH PhD fellowship
The University of Copenhagen will provide a salary range starts at DKK 27,788.69 per month incl.
Requirements for UCPH PhD fellowship Qualification
We are looking for candidates having
- a MSc/ MA degree in a field relevant to HCDS, CSCW or equivalent
- one or more research or popular publications in a topic relevant to the project
- practical experience with combining participatory design methods and data science
- experience with Machine Learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing
- concrete experience in setting up collaborations with partnerships outside the university
- potential to contribute to frontier international, interdisciplinary research.
All applicants are expected to be able to fluently use English as working language (written and spoken).
Documents Required for Application
- Motivated letter of application (max. one page)
- Curriculum vitae including information about your education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position
- Original diplomas for Bachelor of Science or Master of Science and transcript of records in the original language, including an authorized English translation if issued in another language than English or Danish. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor is accepted.
- Publication list (if possible)
September 5, 2021