LSTS is looking for motivated researchers to join its research units on:
- human-robot collaboration and personal data protection law (application deadline: 15 July 2018),
- smart technologies (energy and transport) and personal data protection law (application deadline: 15 July 2018),
- data protection and privacy impact assessments (application deadline: 15 July 2018),
- legal informatics in connection with EU private international law (application deadline: 31 August 2018).
In particular, the researchers are expected to carry out work in respective research projects, furthermore to develop a proposal for a doctoral degree (PhD). In addition, the researchers will have the opportunity to take an active role in LSTS contributing to its research agenda, attending and presenting in seminars, assisting in organizing conferences and workshops, and helping the Centre in competing in national and European funding opportunities. The successful candidates will be integrated in a dynamic team, composed of both experienced and early career researchers, working under the guidance of Prof. Paul de Hert and Prof. Serge Gutwirth.
For the criteria of eligibility and further details of the application visit: