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Position: Researcher in Data Visualisation for Digital History
Institution: University of Luxembourg
Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Duties: As a researcher you will push the boundaries of data visualisation in digital history. Embedded in a team of committed historians, designers, and developers you will advocate the use of data visualisation at the centre and seek for new opportunities to demonstrate its potential. Furthermore, you will collaborate with our partner institutions in Luxembourg and all over the world to establish new paradigms for data visualisation. We expect you to disseminate the results of your research widely. In your day to day work you will consult colleagues at the centre on tailor made solutions for their data visualisation challenges. In a strategic perspective, your goal is to shape the discourse on data visualisation in the wider community of digital humanities and history
Requirements: PhD in data science, computer science, history, information science, design, digital humanities or related disciplines; Demonstrated experience in data visualisation; Required experience includes: Experience with (research) visualisation tools and platforms and frameworks (e.g. Tableau); Experience in designing and implementing data visualisations using common tools and frameworks such as d3.js, RawGraphs or Flourish; Strong experience in programming (Python or R)
   
Text: Researcher in Data Visualisation for Digital History As a researcher you will push the boundaries of data visualisation in digital history. Embedded in a team of committed historians, designers, and developers you will advocate the use of data visualisation at the centre and seek for new opportunities to demonstrate its potential. Furthermore, you will collaborate with our partner institutions in Luxembourg and all over the world to establish new paradigms for data visualisation. We expect you to disseminate the results of your research widely. In your day to day work you will consult colleagues at the centre on tailor made solutions for their data visualisation challenges. In a strategic perspective, your goal is to shape the discourse on data visualisation in the wider community of digital humanities and history PhD in data science, computer science, history, information science, design, digital humanities or related disciplines; Demonstrated experience in data visualisation; Required experience includes: Experience with (research) visualisation tools and platforms and frameworks (e.g. Tableau); Experience in designing and implementing data visualisations using common tools and frameworks such as d3.js, RawGraphs or Flourish; Strong experience in programming (Python or R)
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