PhD Studentship Opportunity – Surveillance Practices, Big Data and Human Rights

PhD Studentship Opportunity – Surveillance Practices, Big Data and Human Rights
June 3, 2016 HRBDT
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Applications have opened for the following funded PhD studentship with the HRBDT Project:

  • Work Stream Two: Studentship on Surveillance Practices, Big Data and Human Rights

This funded three-year doctoral studentship will undertake research concerned with surveillance practices, big data and human rights as part of Work Stream Two. The studentship will be under the supervision of Professor Pete Fussey (Work Stream Director) and Dr Daragh Murray (Work Stream Deputy Director). Professor Maurice Sunkin (Work Stream Member) will also provide guidance and support. The successful candidate will work with their supervisors and the Work Stream Team to develop their precise PhD project.

Please click here for more information and how to apply.

The deadline for applications is 5pm, Friday 8th July 2016.