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Towards Effective Open Science Workflows

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  • Full or part time
    Dr N Pontika
    Dr P Knoth
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  • Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
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Project Description

Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) -
Stipend: £14,553 per year net plus fee bursary, Ref: 9668
Based in Milton Keynes

We are offering a fully-funded PhD studentship in the area of Open Science commencing on 1st October 2017. Applications are invited from UK, EU and international students for full-time, 3-year study.

Project overview

This topic will focus on the applicability of Open Science in various scientific subject fields and explore the challenges in adopting open scientific practices, including analysis of open science workflows. The applicant is expected to investigate existing Open Science workflows and work towards the creation of a workflow prototype.

Please contact Dr. Nancy Pontika [Email Address Removed] for further references and to discuss your interest prior to writing your research proposal.

Requirements/expected experience

- Understanding of the current scholarly communications environment
- Knowledge of the Open Science and its consisting components
- Familiarity with the scientific workflows among disciplines
- Understanding of the existing “traditional” research workflows and the Open Science workflows
- Familiarity with Open Science Reproducibility
- Basic programming skills
- Understanding of the research lifecycle (ability to state hypotheses, design new methods, implement prototypes, evaluate methods, interpret results, adapt methods, etc.)

About the research centre

The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) is a leading research centre associated with the Open University. Research in KMi focuses on web & data science, natural language processing, artificial intelligence and their applications to solve real-world problems. KMi offers students an intellectually challenging environment with exceptional research and computer facilities.

Deadline for applications: 10th April 2017

How good is research at Open University in Computer Science and Informatics?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 31.10

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