Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the study of corruption and complex network analysis, at the Intituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, in Mexico City.
The postdoc will carry out research on corruption in government contexts applying complex network analysis. The work can range from more theoretical development and simulation, to more practical application such as text and data mining. The precise focus of the project will be decided jointly with the postdoctoral candidate and the supervisor.
The candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with the highly interdisciplinary team, including experts in Law, Social Sciences, Public Policy and Complex Networks. Data sets will be available. The compulsory work load will include contributing to organizing academic activities, as well as teaching and supervision tasks.
Closing date for applications: April 30, 2018.
The fellowship period will be for 8 months and could be extended to a second year.
Starting date: no later than June 2018.
For further information contact: Dr. Issa Luna email@example.com
|Duration/Period||8 months (can be extended to one more year)|
|Keywords||Complx Networks; Corruption;|
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