MIOIR currently hiring a research associate on the Science of Science for a new 2-year project
The MIOIR is currently inviting applicants for a full-time research associate position on a new project “Innovations in the Lab: Leveraging Transformations in Science.”
The postdoc will work with Dr Cornelia Lawson and Professor Philip Shapira at Manchester Institute of Innovation Research on the project “Innovations in the Lab: Leveraging Transformations in Science”, sponsored by the UoM Faculty of Humanities Large Collaborative Grant.
The postdoc will undertake research that looks at questions of scientific transformation and innovation using large-scale advanced quantitative bibliometrics, data analytics, and modelling.
This includes bibliometric research on key patterns and trajectories of global science, including impacts of the pandemic and post-pandemic and also considering the emergence and use of AI, automation and big data in science and how this is influencing scientific research.
Hence we are looking for someone with good quantitative and programming skills, and ideally an interest in AI and automation and related approaches in the context of science.
The deadline for applications is Wednesday, 6 September 2023.
To apply and for more details please follow the link below: