Two posts at Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies at University of Warwick has two new academic posts. For more information, and to apply, please see:

Associate Professor – (75498-035)

Assistant Professor – (75540-035)

Both are related to Masters level teaching, especially the MSc in Urban Informatics and Analytics, but also the MSc in Big Data and Digital Futures and MA in Digital Media and Culture.

Applications from those with research expertise in one or more of the following fields are welcome: spatial-temporal analysis, complexity, network analysis, spatial modeling, urban simulation, locative media, web scraping and social media analysis, urban studies, science and technology studies, big data, software studies, digital mapping, critical cartography, computational culture, and environmental- and bio-sensing. We are especially interested in receiving applications from those whose research sits broadly within one or more of the Centre’s three main clusters: change and continuity; the moving image; methods and methodologies.

You will have a critical, innovative approach to methodology, whatever your substantive domain of expertise. You will have a detailed knowledge of the tools, media, and software that constitute your research practice, and a critical awareness of the limits of different types of data analysis and work creatively to generate bespoke methods suited to new research challenges.

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