At the Universities of Utrecht and Groningen two PhD
positions are available on a project "Designing and
Understanding Forensic Bayesian Networks with
Arguments and Scenarios". A successful candidate has
a Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence,
Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy or a
related field, and has an interest in formal research
in argumentation, narrative techniques and Bayesian
Networks, and their application in forensic contexts.
For more information see
Stanford Law School's Codex Center for Computers and
Law is accepting applications for a Resident
Fellowship for the 2008-09 academic year.
The Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) has
announced the availability of a two-year postdoctoral
research grant in the Department of Political Science
and Public Law. Eligible candidates are persons who
have received a PhD from a university other than the
UAB after 1 July 1998 as well as holders of a PhD
received from the UAB after 1 July 1998 who have had
a minimum of two years experience in a postdoctoral
research position at some other university of
research center. The grants last a total of 2 years
and cannot be renewed. The position begins during the
first four-months of 2008. The grant amount i 24,750
Euros (gross) per year. Deadline: Applications must
be submitted by to November 2, 2007. See the website
of the Institute of Law and Technology
at UAB for contact information and further
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