Research positions

Position as Early-Career Researcher
Centre Marc Bloch / CSS Team

We are opening an early-career researcher position for up to three years, targeting applicants with some years of postdoctoral experience in economics or sociology with specific expertise in ICT-related research. Deadline: February 28, 2021

Application webpage
Doctoral fellowship
ERC project Socsemics

One doctoral contract is offered in the context of Socsemics on the modeling of socio-semantic complex systems (dynamics of socio-semantic clusters) and the automatic processing of text corpuses (appraisal of opinions and stances, beyond topics). Deadline: March 8, 2021.

Main project webpagePdf of the offers
Future doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships
ERC project Socsemics

Positions in information visualization geared towards hybrid socio-semantic data exploration will open later in 2021. Candidates directly relevant to the topics of Socsemics may nonetheless feel free to spontaneously contact us at another time.

Main project webpage

Research internships

User confinement in online communities (SNA and info-viz)
ERC project "Socsemics"

We open up to two internships under the supervision of Camille Roth. For the first internship, applicants should ideally be achieving a master’s degree in computer science and related fields (e.g., applied mathematics); prior knowledge of network theory and/or online data collection is desirable. The second internship targets students in information visualization and information design.

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Automatic Hypothesis Generation for Network Growth Models
ERC project "Socsemics"
We open up to two internships. Candidates should be achieving a Masters Degree in Computer Science and related fields. Beyond a sufficient knowledge in Computer Science, desirable skills include in particular : algorithmic complexity and graph theory, network science, machine learning (especially evolutionary computation / genetic programming), as well as python and its common scientific libraries. Ability to innovate autonomously is expected.
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