2 hours ago
| Closing on Sep 18
The Faculty of Arts (https://www.helsinki.fi/en/faculty-of-arts) of the University of Helsinki is Finland’s oldest institution for teaching and research in the humanities and the largest in terms of the structure and range of disciplines. It is also a significant international...
University Assistant with doctorate - MB/136/99 ex 2017/18
13 days ago
| Closing on Aug 22
With its 4,300 employees and 32,500 students, the University of Graz provides an exciting and varied work environment. Given our expertise in research and teaching, we are a central institution in Styria.
The Institute of German Studies is looking for an
Postdoc on Digitalisation and the Professions
1 month ago
| Closing on Sep 03
How are the professions affected by digitalisation? Machines can take over professional tasks and specialist knowledge can be made more readily available. Some professions could disappear or be severely diminished, others can be transformed radically, and completely new...
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy
2 months ago
| Closing on Aug 15
Our naturally beautiful campus in the Jyväskylä city centre is home to a dynamic multidisciplinary research university – a modern, open and collaborative community of 2,500 experts and 15,000 students seeking answers to the pivotal questions of today and tomorrow. It was...
JOLT: Harnessing Digital and Data Technologies for Journalism
3 months ago
JOLT is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) European Training Network aimed at harnessing digital and data technologies for journalism
JOLT is recruiting 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) to advance new theoretical insights, technical advancements, and best-practice...
Logical Methods in Computer Science – LogiCS doctoral program
3 months ago
| Closing on Aug 31
The Logical Methods in Computer Science – LogiCS doctoral program is a PhD degree program, funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF and run jointly by the three Austrian universities TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology), Graz University of Technology and Johannes Kepler...