FRC regularly recruits new researchers with a background in law or helps potential Ph.D. candidates understanding the academic landscape and finding a supervisor . If you are interested in research at pre-doctoral or at postdoctoral level, if our projects and topics do match your interests and feed your scientific appetite and if you are fluent in English, do not hesitate to send a CV and an open application letter to prof. Paul De Hert (Apply for Open Call).We are selecting candidates on a permanent basis and are making a shortlist with a view to contact them when their profile match with new vacancies that we can open. Thanks in advance!
PhD Position in EU Criminal Law: Exchange of Digital Evidence
The Fundamental Rights and Constitutionalism (FRC) Research Group, part of the Department of Metajuridica of the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, is offering 3 years PhD funding to a doctoral student to examine the challenges presented by the exchange of digital evidence. Digital evidence has become an integral part of an enormous range of criminal investigations. The very ubiquity of digital devices (smartphones in particular) and the existence of the Internet of Things in modern society makes digital evidence extremely relevant to all types of criminal investigations. The PhD Student is expected to develop an original PhD thesis on these subjects. In addition to this the PhD is also expected to contribute towards an EU project tasked with the development of a platform designed to facilitate the exchange of digital evidence.Applicants are expected to submit to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com: - A cover letter explaining their motivation to pursue academic research and highlighting their research skills (max 1 page) - Their CV - A research proposal including a possible research question, which is suitable for a 3 years project, and a possible methodology indicating various steps in the research (e.g. various sub-research questions) as well as the selected approach to investigate the research question (max 2 pages) - A previous sample of academic writing. The deadline for application is 15 April 2019
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