Department of Geography, National University of Singapore
Peopling Infrastructure: Aeromobilities, Automation and Labour Mobilisations in Asia
Awarded by Singapore’s Social Science Research Council (SSRC), a Social Science and Humanities Research (SSHR) Fellowship, led by Principle Investigator Dr Lin Weiqiang (National University of Singapore), is seeking to appoint ONE Research Assistants (RA) to contribute to the team’s research activities on airport infrastructure, automation and labour.
Each RA-ship is tenurable for up to two years (24 months). RAs will work closely with the SSHR Fellowship project team, including the PI, two project collaborators, one postdoc fellow and one PhD scholar.
- The assistantships have an estimated start date of April 2021 and will be hosted at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Successful applicants preferably hold a Bachelor degree in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Interest in air transport, labour issues, automation, technology and migration are pluses, but not essential. Ideally, successful applicants are familiar with the NUS research environment.
Location: Block AS2-03-01
Organization: National University of Singapore