Graduate Scholarships 2013 at UWL SOCAT

Message from Stephen Roberts at University of West London:
An opportunity for graduating students has recently been announced at University of West London, School of Computing and Technology.
• Information Management: the information, knowledge and communication environments of organizations and businesses; the development of information cultures in domains, disciplines and communities.
• Computing: case-based reasoning; ambient intelligence; sound engineering; linked data; explanation-aware multi-agent systems; music student training; internet security and cybercrime; complex event processing; communicating data over sound; mHealth; user experience and internationalisation; interaction design for the workplace.
The advert for Graduate Scholarships is now on the University website at  The advert is also on
Please direct all enquiries to
Specific inquiries can be made to the above address up to June 21st and the closing date is June 30th.
However, if an interested applicant comes forward after June 21st please get in touch directly with me for applications in either category:
Please feel free to pass on this notice to interested parties.

PhD vacancy – Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation, Edinburgh Napier University

The Institute for Informatics and Digital Innovation at Edinburgh Napier University has just advertised a funded PhD place to start in September 2013.

The full advertisement can be found at at and on the Edinburgh Napier University vacancies web site. There is also an associated item about the vacancy on the IIDI news feed. The closing date for applications is Monday 1st July 2013, with interviews expected to take place on Wednesday 24th July 2013.

The application form and other associated documents can be found at the Edinburgh Napier University PhD applications web page.

Staff with the Centre for Social Informatics research centre would be particularly interested in PhD applications that relate to: e-democracy, e-governance and e-participation; information risk and governance; the Information Society; library and information science research; knowledge management; and sociotechnical project evaluation.

If you would like to make an informal enquiry about the studentship, please e-mail Hazel Hall at