LSC: Post-Doc Positions (f/m/d)

LSC: Post-Doc Positions (f/m/d)

The Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health Bremen is a highly interdisciplinary research collaboration between the Leibniz-Institute for Prevention Research and Epidemiology – BIPS and the University of Bremen, funded for an initial period of 4 years.

The Leibniz ScienceCampus Bremen Digital Public Health (LSC DiPH) sets out to advance interdisciplinary research in this charged and fast-moving scientific and societal environment.

To join us in this endeavour, we invite applications for a total of four full-time scientists (subject to regulatory approval) (PostDoc, salary grade TVL-13) for the duration of three years who will support and drive research in one of our key research clusters.

The employment is regulated by the Academic Fixed-Term Contract Act, §2 (1) (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz – WissZeitVG). Therefore, candidates may only be considered for appointment if they still have the respective qualification periods available in accordance with § 2 (1) WissZeitVG.

Post-doc – Research Cluster Framework Development (f/m/d)

(A215/19), University of Bremen, Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research (IPP))

The Post-doc in this RC will support the development of interdisciplinary concepts and a framework in the field of digital public health. Candidates should have an excellent PhD or equivalent in public health, social science, philosophy, or related disciplines and an openness towards digital public health. Skills required are solid experiences in theoretical and conceptual work. For further information, please contact: Prof. Dr. Ansgar Gerhardus (ansgar.gerhardus@uni-bremen.de).

Post-doc – Research Cluster Needs-based Technology

(No. A216/19), University of Bremen, Research Group Human Computer Interaction)

The Post-doc in this RC will promote and conduct research towards understanding and integrating evidence, user needs, interests and perspectives on digital technologies for public health. Candidates should have an excellent PhD in computer science, or related disciplines such as interaction design, mathematics, physics, etc. Required skills are solid and hands-on experience in (mobile) software development. Ideally, you have specialized in one technological solution for public health earlier and already have experience in interdisciplinary research. For further information, please contact: Prof. Dr. Johannes Schöning (schoening@uni.bremen.de).

Post-doc – Research Cluster Transfer and Participation

(No. A217/19), University of Bremen, Institute of Public Health and Nursing Research or Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research

In this RC, research work will focus on exploring and strengthening community and stakeholder engagement as well as participatory and collaborative approaches beyond one-way messaging. The RC aims to explore digital approaches for urban health equity monitoring in order to integrate locally embedded spatial knowledge into health-related planning processes, to increase empowerment, to improve participation in decision-making as well as intersectoral collaboration for healthy urban development and health equity. Candidates should have a background in urban planning, public health, medical anthropology or sociology, digital cultures, (health) geography or related disciplines. Required skills are either strong qualitative /ethnographic methods skills in combination with knowledge of quantitative, spatial methods or strong quantitative, spatial-epidemiological skills (including GIS) augmented by knowledge on qualitative / ethnographic methods. Experience in the development of transdisciplinary research designs, transfer formats, participatory research or multi-methods approaches would be an asset. Ideally, you have some prior experience in digital technologies for urban health research in the
context of environmental justice. You should have a strong interest in the intersection of digital technologies, public health and everyday practices. Besides excellent English, at least basic German language skills are required. For further information, please contact: Prof. Dr. Gabrielem Bolte (gabriele.bolte@uni-bremen.de).

Deadline: 16th August 2019

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gepostet von DGSMP veröffentlicht im Juli 2019