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Postdoc Modeling Open Source Software Communities

Application deadline 2024-03-01
Expired Last updated 5 months ago Submitted by Marco Janssen

POSITION DESCRIPTION
We are looking to recruit a postdoctoral scholar for a two-year position in an interdisciplinary NSF-funded research project (#2020751). A premise of the work is that open source …

Expired Last updated 7 months ago Submitted by Stephen Monteiro

The Department of Political Science at Northwestern University seeks applications for a full-time, teaching-track Assistant Professor of Instruction in Computational Social Science to begin on September 1, 2024.

Expired Last updated 7 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

Opening for Post-Doc position at University of Illinois

The University of Idaho CRC invites applications for a Post Doctoral Scientist for interdisciplinary research related to human adaptation to, and perceptions of, climate change. The successful candidate will be part of an interdisciplinary team of social, environmental, and computational scientists, and stakeholders, on a NSF funded 4-year project focused on Local and Place Based Adaptation to Climate Change in Underserved Rural Communities.

Expired Last updated 10 months ago Submitted by Allen Lee

Arizona State University’s School of Complex Adaptive Systems has an opening for a social or ecological scientist, with expertise in scientific modeling, to work with an interdisciplinary team to design, develop, refine, and apply cyberinfrastructure that supports computational models of the complex interactions and dynamics in social-ecological systems.

Expired Last updated 10 months ago Submitted by Ritvik Shukla

The Argelander professorship Integrated System Modeling for Sustainability Transitions at the Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn, Germany, is inviting applications for a Position as a Doctoral researcher. The full list of tasks, profile, and what the position offers can be seen here – https://wbarfuss.github.io/join/

Expired Last updated 10 months ago Submitted by Wolfram Barfuss

The BarfussLab seeks a motivated and talented doctoral researcher to join our team in modeling human-environment systems. The position is for three years with the possibility of extension. The successful candidate will work on developing, implementing, and analyzing mathematical models of human-environment interactions at the intersection of complex systems science, multi-agent reinforcement learning, and social-ecological resilience.

Expired Last updated 1 year ago Submitted by Kelly Claborn

The TerraNeon project (PI : Jean-Daniel Kant) proposes to build an innovative decision-making tool aimed at reducing the impact of human activities on climate and biodiversity by adopting a highly systemic and multi-agent approach. TerraNeon is supported by CNRS Innovation, and Sorbonne University.

TerraNeon includes TerraSim, an agent-based simulator (composed of interacting software agents) to model and simulate: human activities (individual and social), economic activities (i[…]

The Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) is the joint Data Science Academy of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. JADS is seeking an enthusiastic colleague for the position of PhD researcher in Social support for the real-world introduction of AI in critical infrastructure, as part of the ILUSTRE project that focusses on use-cases in the Caribbean region.

Objective: to understand, from models confronted with empirical data, how individuals’ opinions and preferences interact with the structuring of social networks and groups to generate collective behaviors and social dynamics.

Keywords: computational social science, opinion dynamics, complex systems modeling, web-mining & deep learning, cognitive science.

Abstract: The formal modeling of social phenomena has known several interdisciplinary contributions since the founding work of John Nash[…]

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