Location: Trinity College Dublin
Level: Research Fellow
This is a unique opportunity to join a research group that has pioneered personalisation research. You’ll also be working with ADAPT and EU wide researchers researching and designing novel methods to:
- Create and manage social networks focused on increasing trust and/or
- Personalised trusted delivery of content sourced from social networks
The successful candidate will be working with a wide field of researchers in the fast changing and highly interdisciplinary space of social network.
Reporting to his/her Principal Investigator the Researcher will:
- Conduct a specified programme of research under the supervision and direction of the Principal Investigator (PI).
- Support the PI and research group in the design, development and implementation of the research programme.
- Conduct research in the areas of Social Networks and Trust and/or Personalisation.
- Substantially contribute to the identification of external funding sources and assist in the writing of grant proposals.
- Mentor, assist and supervise postgraduate research students as required.
- Assist the PI in the management/co-ordination of key aspects of the research programme (e.g. financial management, reporting, equipment management, etc.).
- Engage in the dissemination of the results of the research in which he/she is engaged to the wider research community with the support and under the supervision of the Principal Investigator.
- Engage in appropriate training and development opportunities as required by the Principal Investigator, the School or Research Centre, or the University.
- Engage with internal and external stakeholders including academic and industry partners/collaborators as appropriate.
- Carry out administrative work associated with the programme as necessary.
- Produce top-quality journal and conference publications, in collaboration with the Principal Investigator (PI).
- Support the PI in consortium meetings throughout the European Union.
The position is a fixed term contract for 24 months funded by H2020.
Closing date: 15 November 2018