Please see the following call for applications in the field of Digital Economy, relevant to early career researchers in the fields of health and social care, resource constrained communities, and cyber security and cyber safety.
The EPSRC-funded CHERISH-DE (Challenging Human Environments and Research Impact for a Sustainable and Healthy Digital Economy) Centre is inviting applications for its UK Digital Economy Crucible 2017.
The Crucible is an exclusive development opportunity for aspiring young academics working in the field of Digital Economy research to understand the wider context of their work and to develop a broader perspective of how they might progress within their career and, crucially, to build a network for work-related collaboration and peer support.
The Crucible programme will include distinguished guest speakers, a series of seminars, intensive skills sessions and the opportunity to bond and collaborate with the other participants.
A total of 25 participants will be selected for the 2017 Crucible. Applicants must be able to commit to attend all of the Crucible events (3 skills labs and an alumni gathering), on the following dates:
Costs covered include accommodation and meals on the event days. Successful applicants will need to fund their travel independently.
Eligibility: Early Career Researchers with between 1-7 years postdoctoral experience working in a Digital Economy-related discipline are invited to apply. Successful applicants in previous years have included those working in Computer Science, Law, Engineering, Social and Human Science, Media, Business Management, Arts & Humanities and Health. However, applications from ECRs working in other disciplines are also encouraged.
The call for applications is now open and will close on 5th March 2017.
Crucible details: http://cherish-de.uk/crucible/
How to Apply: http://cherish-de.uk/crucible/apply/
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