Doctoral College

Call for short, funded, literature reviews from ATI

The Alan Turing Institute is open for Expressions of Interest to produce literature reviews. This may be suitable for PhD students and/or early career researchers. This call is open to all – i.e. not restricted to those with a Turing affiliation.

 Each review should be up to 5,000 words in length

  • Should summarise relevant academic and policy literature, identify knowledge gaps and highlight opportunities for future work.
  • Be written for an interested non-specialist audience and should set out the key questions in the field, the empirical challenges to answering these questions, the approaches existing work has taken, and the results found.
  • The reviews should be international in scope.

23 October 2019

The Alan Turing Institute is seeking to commission literature reviews to inform future research directions.

Each review should be up to 5,000 words in length and should summarise relevant academic and policy literature, identify knowledge gaps and highlight opportunities for future work. They should be written for an interested non-specialist audience and should set out the key questions in the field, the empirical challenges to answering these questions, the approaches existing work has taken, and the results found. The reviews should be international in scope.

To apply, please send an email to Mark Briers (london-arc@turing.ac.uk) briefly describing:

  • Which review(s) you are interested in;
  • The researchers who would be involved and their suitability for conducting the review;
  • The focus and scope your review would take and the literatures you would draw on;
  • Permission from your academic lead (where relevant).

The deadline for applications is Friday 25th October 2019 (4pm BST). Selection will be based on technical suitability. Payment will be negotiated based on experience and suitability. Reviews would be expected to commence as soon as practically possible and be complete by 31 December 2019.

Any questions should be addressed to Mark Briers on London-arc@turing.ac.uk