[NetBehaviour] Fwd: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Materializing Data, Embodying Climate Change (Software Programmer)

Edward Picot julian.lesaux at gmail.com
Thu Mar 14 18:24:50 CET 2019

This looks interesting!

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Subject: 	Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Materializing Data, Embodying 
Climate Change (Software Programmer)
Date: 	Thu, 14 Mar 2019 10:39:03 +0000
From: 	Tom Corby <00002bfca2dc9e95-dmarc-request at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>

Dear colleagues please forward this to those who may be interested 
(apologies for cross posting)


Materializing Data, Embodying Climate Change brings together Central 
Saint Martins, the British Antarctic Survey and Birkbeck, University of 
London in a ground-breaking three-year project to explore how physical 
translations of climate data can enable new cultural representations of 
the changing environment.
The role offers a unique opportunity to work with internationally 
respected artists, designers and scientists. You will be a skilled 
programmer able to operate comfortably across creative, scientific and 
technical domains. Reporting to the Principal Investigator (PI), 
Professor Corby, in collaboration with other core team members at the 
British Antarctic Survey and Birkbeck, the post-holder will develop 
software for the exploration and processing of climate data from 
analysis of geo-science datasets, to tool development for 3D modelling 
and physical output. You will work with a range of data resources 
(including, but not limited to: ocean temperature, salinity, ice, 
atmospherics, gas, biotics, pollen, plankton, geological processes) 
using Python and commonly used climate, geo-data and spatial data 
formats. You will work closely with a Postdoctoral Research Assistant 
model-maker responsible for outputting data to digital 3D and physical 
models, and will have responsibility for academic reporting and 
documentation of research (conference papers, journal articles and other 
outputs), in collaboration with the PI and other core staff. The project 
is funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Further details at the link above

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