The Alan Turing Institute for Data Science has a call out for research fellows. These fellowships will be based at the Turing Institute in London, but with an appointment to one of the five university partners in the Institute - Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, UCL or Warwick.
This call is open to applicants with research proposals in the following areas:
Computational social data science and social data science (including for example sociology, political science, anthropology, geography, development studies, economics, public policy, management);
Data science and ethics;
Data science in the digital humanities, culture and heritage;
Data science challenges in key sectors, including engineering systems, securing cyberspace, culture & media, smart cities, health & wellbeing, and online & distributed systems;
All subfields of security and privacy (including for example applications to distributed ledger technologies and digital currencies)
The fellowships will be highly competitive, but represent a chance to work at the cutting edge of social data science with leading data scientists and will play a valuable role in advancing the research careers of successful applicants.
Read more on about the fellowships on the Alan Turing Institute website.