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Work Opportunity | Living With Machines Digital Residencies | Lecturer Posts

An open call for the Living with Machines Digital Residencies is now live! The project will award up to 6 residencies to support the engagement with Living With Machines (LwM) tools and datasets. 


The application deadline is Friday, 14 April 2023, and the research should be completed by the end of the project on 31 July 2023. If you have any questions, we have set up a designated inbox:

LwM PI Ruth Ahnert has written a blogpost to offer some context. 


Lecturer Posts

The School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences are currently advertising for two Lecturer Posts:


Research Associates (x3) - The Science of Cities and Regions

The Alan Turing Institute is seeking to appoint 3 Research Associates to The Science of Cities and Regions Programme. The Programme seeks to advance its four core missions (mobility, land use, liveability, and digital twins) which are of fundamental importance to the Grand Challenges of the Institute; to develop a technology platform that enables the delivery of the missions; and to build social infrastructure around the Science of Cities and Regions.

You will look for opportunities to focus on specific datasets and problems e.g. working with partners to discover the novel added value to inform interventions and policy planning decisions. You will have  unique opportunities to work with the Data and Digital teams in government and other national and local agencies with a strong social impact agenda e.g. in relation to net zero or levelling up communities.

This full time post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31 March 2025 .





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