The CNRS CMB Computational Social
Science Team based in Berlin will be recruiting several doctoral students (3-year
contract) and post-doctoral researchers (up to 3 years) in
the coming academic year 2019-20 (targeting a total of about
4-5 positions), to work principally under the ERC
Consolidator grant “Socsemics” on internet echo chambers and
polarization. These offers take place in an
interdisciplinary context and touch a variety of domains,
including computational social science, political science,
NLP, information visualization, sociology of the internet,
social network analysis and complex network modeling.
Extensive information on the scientific content
and context are available in the above-mentioned job offers
– interested applicants may nonetheless feel free to contact
Camille Roth <[log in to unmask]
to discuss this further.
A further forthcoming ANR grant called “Records”
on the effect of algorithms on music listening practices
will enable the recruitment of one doctoral student (most
likely in computer science) over the course of the year: the
corrresponding offer should be published before winter 2020,
to aim for a recruitment by summer 2020 – prospective
applicants may nonetheless already get in touch.