There is a new vacancy for a postdoctoral research fellow on regulatory, technological and public health dimensions of Covid – 19 contact tracing. The postdoctoral researcher will study the role of integrated data protection instruments, such as data protection impact assessments and privacy by design, in contact tracing applications, and situate these as instruments of digital politics and governance. The position is located inside the CoPol project, which will focus on contact tracing as digital politics across public health, regulatory and technological dimensions.
For more information about the position and the project, you can visit jobbnorge and the website of the University of Bergen.
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