A fully funded PhD position is available in the Human Centred Computing Research Group, Department of Informatics, King's College London, UK. The position is in the areas of information visualization and visual analytics.
Deadline: Review of the applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Early applications are encouraged.
Starting date: September/October 2019
This project will make use of the British Library's Digitized Manuscripts in tracing the movements of manuscripts including translations and transcriptions. The project will apply a visual analytics approach for creating timelines of manuscripts as they move from cities to cities and change ownerships. Part of this project will also examine the "errors" and "variants" contained inside manuscripts' translations and transcriptions using integrated techniques such as text alignment and visualization for scholarly analysis.
Partners: British Library, KCL-Digital Humanities (ongoing discussion)
Which hub does it relate to, and which particular topics within that hub?
Urban Living – Social interaction and changes.
How to Apply
Please contact Dr Alfie Abdul-Rahman (alfie.abdulrahman'@'kcl.ac.uk) with your CV to discuss your application.
To submit a formal application please follow the steps at https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply/research-courses.aspx.
Please upload all the relevant documentation, including a CV, a personal statement (max. 1 page), a research proposal (max. 2 pages), transcripts of your previous qualifications, two academic references and any English language qualification that you have (if your first language is not English).