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Ruth Rikowski


Sent on behalf of Professor Hazel Hall

Two fully-funded PhD studentships within the Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation (IIDI) at Edinburgh Napier University are currently advertised at: 

One studentship will be offered within one of IIDI’s five research centres. Led by Professor Hazel Hall, the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) is keen to encourage applications from those whose research interests lie within the area of social informatics, and align with the centre’s expertise, for example in: ICT trajectories, socio-technical and organisational issues in the context of corporate knowledge management; large scale infrastructures such as e-government and e-health; library and information science research; and the information society. Further details of CSI can be found on the Centre’s web pages at: 

The second studentship is specific to the Centre for Emergent Computing. The successful applicant for this position will be expected to work in the area of bio-inspired computing. 

Applications for both places are due by Monday 5th November, and the successful candidates are expected to take up their doctoral studies in early 2013.

For further information please see


Professor Hazel Hall PhD MA BA FCLIP FHEA

Director – Centre for Social Informatics

School of Computing/Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation

Edinburgh Napier University

Edinburgh EH10 5DT



+44 (0)131 455 2760


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