- What happens to your Facebook profile when you die? New CREATe Working Paper by Edwards and Harbinja now online bit.ly/12OScAS 5 days ago
- New Social Media and New Challenges for Minority Language Policy bit.ly/12GbRnU 5 days ago
- Public Domain Remix Launched by Open Knowledge Foundation and Wikimedia France bit.ly/16pP1FM 1 week ago
- "Fashion Matters in Times of Globalisation and Digitalisation" - Forthcoming event at Goldsmiths bit.ly/15J25pH 1 week ago
- RT @KUnlatched: Library Intelligencer » Open Access and Research Conference – Brisbane Australia, 31 Oct to 1 Nov 2013 http://t.co/pWsLIVhc… 1 week ago
Category Archives: Opportunities
CREATe partner organisations have a number of job, scholarship and taught courses opportunities available commencing throughout 2013. As advertised in The Economist in March 2013, more details and information on how to apply can be found here. A summary of the available opportunities follows: Job Vacancies: Postdoctoral Research Associate/Fellowship in Cultural Economics / 3 years with expected transition to a full time Lectureship at the Centre for Cultural Policy Research, University of Glasgow upon successful completion. The closing date for this post is Tuesday 9th April 2013 and interviews will be held on Thursday 9th May. View more details or apply; Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property in the School of Law, University of Glasgow. The closing date for this post is Friday 12th … Continue reading
Applications are invited for a 3 year PhD studentship, funded by the University of Edinburgh and explicitly linked to a project within CREATe’s current research programme. The CREATe project ‘Creators’ Organizations’ to which this studentship is attached is based in the School of Law and the SCRIPT centre at The University of Edinburgh and led by Dr Smita Kheria. There is no deadline for making the application. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and the studentship may be offered to a suitable candidate at any time. As such it is advised that applications are submitted as soon as possible. For more information and for details of how to apply, click here.
Four PhD studentships are available at the University of Nottingham in the fields of Open Academic Publishingand Computer Science and at the Horizon Doctoral Training Centre. Continue reading
Applications are invited for five PhD Scholarships being offered by CREATe at the University of Glasgow. Two of these Scholarships are open to candidates with research initiatives that complement the research activity, aims and objectives of CREATe. The remaining three Scholarships are explicitly linked to existing projects within CREATe’s current research programme. Continue reading
This is an exciting position in the School of Law at the University of Glasgow. The successful candidate will undertake research of international excellence in line with the School, College and University research strategy; making a substantial contribution to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level; and undertaking School, College and, where appropriate, University administrative responsibilities. Continue reading
Applications are invited for a part-time Research Assistant to contribute to a two year project on copyright and individual creators as part of CREATe, based at the University of Edinburgh. Continue reading
An exciting three-year long opportunity as a CREATe Research Associate or Research Fellow that, upon successful completion, is expected to subsequently convert into a permanent lectureship within the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR), which is located in the School of Culture and Creative Arts in the College of Arts, University of Glasgow. Continue reading
Strathclyde University’s School of Law is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or a Senior Lecturer to strengthen its portfolio in the broad areas of IT law, digital IP law, digital media and/or telecoms law. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the research of the Centre for Internet Law and Policy and to the further development of Masters provision in the field as well as making a wider contribution within the Law School. The successful candidate would be expected to undertake high quality research within the Centre for Internet Law and Policy and contribute to the further development of Masters provision in the field as well as making a wider and balanced teaching and citizenship contribution within the Law School. A Senior Lecturer … Continue reading
University of Amsterdam’s Faculty of Law has posted an invitation for applications for PhD projects to be carried out at its centres of excellence. Candidates with an interest in information law are invited to consult the Institute for Information Law’s Research Program before applying. Only proposals that fit into one of the research themes identified in the Research Program will be considered. Applicants should follow the application procedure mentioned in the announcement on the Faculty of Law’s website. Please note that the application deadline has been extended to March 1, 2013. The Institute for Information Law (IViR), established in 1989, is one of the largest research centers in the field of information law in the world. The Institute employs over 30 researchers who are active in … Continue reading
Two CREATe funded Computer Science PhD posts with Horizon Digital Economy Research in Nottingham are currently being advertised, focused on technology to support open business, particularly within the creative industries. A brief outline is available at http://nsg.cs.nott.ac.uk/students/. Full details are at http://nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/SCI1208. Informal enquiries can be directed towards Richard Mortier (email@example.com), though applications should be made through the University of Nottingham system, linked from the full details page above.