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The Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań (AMU), one of the leading academic and research centers in Poland, is looking for two Assistant Professors at Collegium Polonicum Słubice, a joint entity established by the AMU and the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). Both positions are associated with the ENS and activities will thus mainly focus on teaching (in English) and contributing to the research and teaching activities within the Master of Digital Entrepreneurship (MoDE:
We are looking for up to four student or research assistants (8-12 hours/week) to join Prof. Jan-Hendrick Passoth's team at the ENS Chair for Sociology of Technology. Its research focuses on infrastructures of digital Europe, on interdisciplinary forms of co-creation und prototyping, as well as on dig-ital and in(ter)ventive methods. Applicants should be enrolled in a bachelor or master's program in the social sciences, humanities, computer science, arts or design.
You can now apply to join Prof. Ulrike Klinger's team as a Post-Doc Researcher (pay group E13/E14TV-L) at the ENS Chair for Political Theory and Digital Democracy. Please send your application, quoting the identification number 1500-21-01, as a PDF file to: bewerbung[at]europa-uni.de. The application deadline is 11 March 2021.
You can now apply to join Prof. Philipp Hacker’s team at the ENS Chair for Law and Ethics of the Digital Society. We are looking for two student / research assistants (5-8 hours/week). Check out the full description (in German) and apply before 26 January 2021