Posted on 2013/10/01. Filed under: 綜合 |

The Santa Fe Institute is seeking applications and nominations for

the Cowan Chair in Human Social Dynamics. This is a full-time

resident faculty position at the equivalent of the assistant or

associate professor level, with a flexible start date in 2014. The

appointment is for 5 years, with the possibility of one renewal.

Complete applications are due by November 1, 2013.

We seek individuals conducting outstanding research in the social

and behavioral sciences, broadly defined, who are creative,

catalytic, risk-taking deep thinkers, and who are looking to break

new ground in addressing some of science and society’s most

challenging problems.

SFI is a unique research environment dedicated to investigating

fundamental scientific questions that transcend traditional

disciplinary boundaries. We are open to applicants with an

interdisciplinary focus from all scientific fields, with a preference

for quantitative approaches.

Collaborative research topics relevant to human social dynamics

currently active at SFI include: the origin of prehistoric states;

cities, scaling, and sustainability; social network structure and

dynamics; economic inequality; market dynamics; altruism and

cooperation; the coevolution of institutions and cultures;

technology and innovation; and computational social science.

New research topics are welcome.

The job description, including application requirements, can be

found at .

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