Applications are invited for 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) positions to be funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network “LONGPOP (Methodologies and Data Mining Techniques for the Analysis of Big Data based on Longitudinal Population and Epidemiological Registers)” within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. LONGPOP is a consortium of high profile universities, research institutions and companies located in Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, United Kingdom, Belgium and Switzerland.
More information on this project can be found on the LONGPOP website. Application for one of the 15 Early Stage Researchers positions is to be performed electronically, through the on-line recruitement portal on the LONGPOP website. Deadline for on-line applications is 15 April 2016.
The available 15 positions are:
ESR1-Madrid, Spain: Mapping epidemic diseases through time: influenza.
ESR2-Amsterdam, Netherlands: Evaluating and Documenting IDS Databases and Extraction Software.
ESR3-Lund, Sweden: Life course, health and well-being in a long-term perspective.
ESR4-Nijmegen, Netherlands: Residential careers of vulnerable groups.
ESR5-Sassari, Italy: A GIS approach to the analysis of demography and environmental and socioeconomic factors in Italy.
ESR6-Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Early life conditions, place and health in Scotland.
ESR7-Leuven, Belgium: Linking individual lives in intra-intergenerational longitudinal perspective.
ESR8-Zaragoza, Spain: Big Data and the use of Non-structured data for longitudinal analysis.
ESR9-Madrid, Spain: Mapping Health resources in Spain.
ESR10-Madrid, Spain: Health inequalities in the Past and Today.
ESR11-Amsterdam, Netherlands: Researching geo referenced historical addresses.
ESR12-Lund, Sweden: Multigenerational approaches to social mobility.
ESR13-Nijmegen, Netherlands: Marital and household instabilities and the well-being of small children.
ESR14-Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Do environmental factors influence cognitive development of children?
ESR15-Geneva, Switzerland: The life-course construction of social inequality in health in old-age.