The TU research group “Data, Algorithmic Systems and Ethics” at the Weizenbaum Institute is looking for a student research assistant (80 hours/month).
Application deadline: November 7, 2022.
– Research on scientific topics, including human-computer interaction, AI and society, Science and Technology Studies, and sociology of work / future of work
– Data preparation and analysis. Working with qualitative data (e.g. transcription and content analysis)
– Documenting research findings
– Note taking at team meetings
– Assisting with academic events (e.g., workshops)
Desired Knowledge and Skills:
– Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Adobe Creative Suit, common search engines and LaTex
– Highly proficient in written and spoken English. German language skills would be advantageous
– Readiness to work independently and ability to work in a team
– Critical and creative thinking
– Interest in ethical issues around data-driven systems; initial relevant experiences through course participation, university projects, or term papers are desired
– Initial experience with data analysis methods in qualitative and quantitative social research
– Interest in interdisciplinary collaboration in a team with a commitment to justice and sustainability in socio-technical systems
Please send your application (CV, a short cover letter, certificate of enrollment at a German university –– Bachelor/Master) by October 16 to Dr. Milagros Miceli: m.miceli[at]tu-berlin.de. Please include the code 3433 T 70/22 in your application.
More information can be found here.