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this might be of interest to those of you working at the intersection
of AI/human-based computation/social networks:
We have two openings for a post-doc researcher and a PhD student in
adaptive coordination methods for hybrid human-computer collectives.
The post is part of the University of Edinburgh's contribution to the
SmartSociety project(www.smart-society-project.eu), a large-scale,
interdisciplinary project funded by the EC Seventh Framework Programme
that involves ten partner institutions from six countries.
The posts are available from 1st April (postdoc) and 1st June 2013
(PhD) for 36 months each, and the deadlines for applications are
*** 28th March (postdoc) and 31st May 2013 (PhD) ***.
Further details regarding the project, the positions, and application
procedure can be found at
c?p_id=010702 (postdoc) and
Please feel free to contact Dr Michael Rovatsos
([log in to unmask]) and/or Dr Subramanian Ramamoorthy
([log in to unmask]) for informal enquiries.
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michael rovatsos lecturer
school of informatics the university of edinburgh
informatics forum 2.12 [log in to unmask]
+44 131 6513263 homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/mrovatso
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