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PhD Scholarship - Cyber and International Law

The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), in co-operation with the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, is announcing a three-year, fully funded PhD project on Cyber and International Law. The project is expected to start 1 September 2019. The PhD project is part of an on-going research focus at DIIS on armed conflict. The aim of this focus is to explore full conflict cycles – from outbreak to settlement – and across all domains, not least the digital domain.

Program
The PhD project should explore how International Law relates to the use, by states and possibly non-state actors, of cyber in kinetic and non-kinetic operations. We welcome project proposals within that broad framework and encourage applicants to think creatively and critically when submitting project ideas.

Qualifications
The applicant must have obtained a master’s degree in a relevant field and meet the general requirements for being accepted as a PhD candidate at a Danish university – we welcome applications from all relevant research fields. Prior working experience relevant to the project is an asset, but it is not a requirement. In our search for the right PhD Candidate, we emphasise research potential and academic qualifications as well as an ability to collaborate broadly and to communicate research findings competently in English (and possibly other major languages).

The PhD candidate will enrol in the PhD school at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, where the candidate will join the Centre for International Law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC). The candidate will spend most of the research time at DIIS. The candidate will be jointly supervised by Professor Jens Elo Rytter (Copenhagen University) and Senior Researcher Flemming Splidsboel Hansen (DIIS). In addition to working on the project itself, the candidate will participate in PhD courses and international conferences, actively support research at DIIS, and gain teaching experience at the university. The project also includes funding for the candidate to possibly spend three months at a research institution abroad.

General Information
DIIS is a leading public institute for independent research and analysis of international affairs. We conduct and communicate multidisciplinary research on globalisation, security, development and foreign policy. Within these areas, we aim to be agenda setting in research, policy and public debate. DIIS offers a dynamic and innovative international research environment with a focus on professionalism, flexibility and mutual respect amongst all colleagues. The institute is situated in a modern building in Nordhavn, the new waterfront city district in Copenhagen, which is located approximately 3 km from the city centre and offers excellent public transportation options.

DIIS is a bilingual Danish-English workplace where we attach great importance to skills in written communication and dissemination of knowledge in both languages with equal weighting. It is possible to apply for the position without prior knowledge of Danish, but the successful candidate is expected to learn the language within the duration of the contract.

DIIS employs a relatively flat management structure with a high degree of staff participation through a free and open dialogue on the institute’s internal and external issues. It is important that all employees play a proactive and constructive role in the DIIS community. This means that we expect a high level of attendance and involvement in the workplace. At the same time, we show consideration for each other as colleagues and value different perspectives. Furthermore, we allow flexible working hours and seek to be a family friendly workplace.

We encourage all qualified applicants to apply for this position regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or disabilities.

Contract and renumeration
The PhD Scholarship is a temporary 3-year position, which is expected to start on 1 September 2019.

Remuneration and other job conditions follow the general agreement between AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) and the Danish Ministry of Finance, local collective agreements at DIIS as well as the 1 July 2013 Danish state protocol on PhD Candidates.

The application
The application should be written in English and must be submitted to DIIS no later than 4 June 2019 at 12:00 noon (CET). The application may only be submitted electronically via the link given below. Files uploaded must be either PDF (unlocked) or Word files and be of a maximum of 10 MB each:

The application must include the following items in order be considered:

  1. Cover letter – describing the candidate’s motivation for applying
  2. A detailed Curriculum Vitae
  3. A brief preliminary project proposal of maximum 5 pages (excluding references), clearly indicating the following elements:
    • Field of study;
    • Research problem;
    • Theoretical framework;
    • Methodological approach
  4. Signed copies of degree certificates, including a list of all grades
  5. 2 reference letters with contact details
  6. A list of publications by the applicant (if any)
For further information about this project, please contact Flemming Splidsboel Hansen at fsha@diis.dk. For further information about the application process, employment, remuneration etc., please contact hr@diis.dk.


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330010060Phoenix-d13cb2d512019-04-23T00:00:00PhD Scholarship - Cyber and International LawThe Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), in co-operation with the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, is announcing a three-year, fully funded PhD project on Cyber and International Law. The project is expected to start 1 September 2019. The PhD project is part of an on-going research focus at DIIS on armed conflict. The aim of this focus is to explore full conflict cycles – from outbreak to settlement – and across all domains, not least the digital domain.

Program
The PhD project should explore how International Law relates to the use, by states and possibly non-state actors, of cyber in kinetic and non-kinetic operations. We welcome project proposals within that broad framework and encourage applicants to think creatively and critically when submitting project ideas.

Qualifications
The applicant must have obtained a master’s degree in a relevant field and meet the general requirements for being accepted as a PhD candidate at a Danish university – we welcome applications from all relevant research fields. Prior working experience relevant to the project is an asset, but it is not a requirement. In our search for the right PhD Candidate, we emphasise research potential and academic qualifications as well as an ability to collaborate broadly and to communicate research findings competently in English (and possibly other major languages).

The PhD candidate will enrol in the PhD school at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, where the candidate will join the Centre for International Law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC). The candidate will spend most of the research time at DIIS. The candidate will be jointly supervised by Professor Jens Elo Rytter (Copenhagen University) and Senior Researcher Flemming Splidsboel Hansen (DIIS). In addition to working on the project itself, the candidate will participate in PhD courses and international conferences, actively support research at DIIS, and gain teaching experience at the university. The project also includes funding for the candidate to possibly spend three months at a research institution abroad.

General Information
DIIS is a leading public institute for independent research and analysis of international affairs. We conduct and communicate multidisciplinary research on globalisation, security, development and foreign policy. Within these areas, we aim to be agenda setting in research, policy and public debate. DIIS offers a dynamic and innovative international research environment with a focus on professionalism, flexibility and mutual respect amongst all colleagues. The institute is situated in a modern building in Nordhavn, the new waterfront city district in Copenhagen, which is located approximately 3 km from the city centre and offers excellent public transportation options.

DIIS is a bilingual Danish-English workplace where we attach great importance to skills in written communication and dissemination of knowledge in both languages with equal weighting. It is possible to apply for the position without prior knowledge of Danish, but the successful candidate is expected to learn the language within the duration of the contract.

DIIS employs a relatively flat management structure with a high degree of staff participation through a free and open dialogue on the institute’s internal and external issues. It is important that all employees play a proactive and constructive role in the DIIS community. This means that we expect a high level of attendance and involvement in the workplace. At the same time, we show consideration for each other as colleagues and value different perspectives. Furthermore, we allow flexible working hours and seek to be a family friendly workplace.

We encourage all qualified applicants to apply for this position regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or disabilities.

Contract and renumeration
The PhD Scholarship is a temporary 3-year position, which is expected to start on 1 September 2019.

Remuneration and other job conditions follow the general agreement between AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) and the Danish Ministry of Finance, local collective agreements at DIIS as well as the 1 July 2013 Danish state protocol on PhD Candidates.

The application
The application should be written in English and must be submitted to DIIS no later than 4 June 2019 at 12:00 noon (CET). The application may only be submitted electronically via the link given below. Files uploaded must be either PDF (unlocked) or Word files and be of a maximum of 10 MB each:

The application must include the following items in order be considered:
  1. Cover letter – describing the candidate’s motivation for applying
  2. A detailed Curriculum Vitae
  3. A brief preliminary project proposal of maximum 5 pages (excluding references), clearly indicating the following elements:
    • Field of study;
    • Research problem;
    • Theoretical framework;
    • Methodological approach
  4. Signed copies of degree certificates, including a list of all grades
  5. 2 reference letters with contact details
  6. A list of publications by the applicant (if any)
For further information about this project, please contact Flemming Splidsboel Hansen at fsha@diis.dk. For further information about the application process, employment, remuneration etc., please contact hr@diis.dk.

2019-06-04T01:06:35.567 The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), in co-operation with the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, is announcing a three-year, fully funded PhD project on Cyber and International Law. The project is expected to start 1 September 2019. The PhD project is part of an on-going research focus at DIIS on armed conflict. The aim of this focus is to explore full conflict cycles from outbreak to settlement and across all domains, not least the digital domain. Program The PhD project should explore how International Law relates to the use, by states and possibly non-state actors, of cyber in kinetic and non-kinetic operations. We welcome project proposals within that broad framework and encourage applicants to think creatively and critically when submitting project ideas. Qualifications The applicant must have obtained a master s degree in a relevant field and meet the general requirements for being accepted as a PhD candidate at a Danish university we welcome applications from all relevant research fields. Prior working experience relevant to the project is an asset, but it is not a requirement. In our search for the right PhD Candidate, we emphasise research potential and academic qualifications as well as an ability to collaborate broadly and to communicate research findings competently in English (and possibly other major languages). The PhD candidate will enrol in the PhD school at the Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen, where the candidate will join the Centre for International Law, Conflict and Crisis (CILCC). The candidate will spend most of the research time at DIIS. The candidate will be jointly supervised by Professor Jens Elo Rytter (Copenhagen University) and Senior Researcher Flemming Splidsboel Hansen (DIIS). In addition to working on the project itself, the candidate will participate in PhD courses and international conferences, actively support research at DIIS, and gain teaching experience at the university. The project also includes funding for the candidate to possibly spend three months at a research institution abroad. General Information DIIS is a leading public institute for independent research and analysis of international affairs. We conduct and communicate multidisciplinary research on globalisation, security, development and foreign policy. Within these areas, we aim to be agenda setting in research, policy and public debate. DIIS offers a dynamic and innovative international research environment with a focus on professionalism, flexibility and mutual respect amongst all colleagues. The institute is situated in a modern building in Nordhavn, the new waterfront city district in Copenhagen, which is located approximately 3 km from the city centre and offers excellent public transportation options. DIIS is a bilingual Danish-English workplace where we attach great importance to skills in written communication and dissemination of knowledge in both languages with equal weighting. It is possible to apply for the position without prior knowledge of Danish, but the successful candidate is expected to learn the language within the duration of the contract. DIIS employs a relatively flat management structure with a high degree of staff participation through a free and open dialogue on the institute s internal and external issues. It is important that all employees play a proactive and constructive role in the DIIS community. This means that we expect a high level of attendance and involvement in the workplace. At the same time, we show consideration for each other as colleagues and value different perspectives. Furthermore, we allow flexible working hours and seek to be a family friendly workplace. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply for this position regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, or disabilities. Contract and renumeration The PhD Scholarship is a temporary 3-year position, which is expected to start on 1 September 2019. Remuneration and other job conditions follow the general agreement between AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) and the Danish Ministry of Finance, local collective agreements at DIIS as well as the 1 July 2013 Danish state protocol on PhD Candidates. The application The application should be written in English and must be submitted to DIIS no later than 4 June 2019 at 12:00 noon (CET). The application may only be submitted electronically via the link given below. Files uploaded must be either PDF (unlocked) or Word files and be of a maximum of 10 MB each: The application must include the following items in order be considered: Cover letter describing the candidate s motivation for applying A detailed Curriculum Vitae A brief preliminary project proposal of maximum 5 pages (excluding references), clearly indicating the following elements: Field of study Research problem Theoretical framework Methodological approach Signed copies of degree certificates, including a list of all grades 2 reference letters with contact details A list of publications by the applicant (if any) For further information about this project, please contact Flemming Splidsboel Hansen at fsha@diis.dk. 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