In addition to the standard DTL Call for Projects, INRIA, Queen Mary University of London, and other academic affiliates of DTL will fund up to 3 grants to work on one of the DTL topics (see above for non-exhaustive list).
The nature of the expected work is to contribute to the research of data and/or algorithmic transparency. Although the development of an experimental prototype would be appreciated, it is not a requirement for this position.
The selected post-doc will be paid and hosted by either INRIA, in Grenoble or Lyon, France, or QMUL in London, UK, and she/he will have the opportunity to visit other DTL partners. Applicants should indicate which postdoc they are applying for in both their application documents and through the relevant field in the application form.
For more information about the INRIA post-doctoral program visit: https://www.inria.fr/en/institute/recruitment/offers/post-doctoral-research-fellowships/post-doctoral-research-fellowships
For more information about the QMUL postdoctoral program visit: http://www.databoxproject.uk/jobs/
Candidates must have defended their Phd thesis in Computer Science (or related topics) at the beginning of the contract of employment. The application must include:
- A main description, of up to 3 pages (9pt font), of the research statement and its relevance to DTL.
- The candidate’s CV, a list of the candidate’s publications as well as the two most significant publications provided in full.
- The names of 2 references.
Documents should be submitted as a single PDF file along with the information of the applicants at the submission site of DTL at: https://dtlresearch.tid.es/dtl2017/