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Date: Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 10:52 PM
Subject: [commfac] Fwd: FW: URGENT : Post-Doc position minimum 6 monthes at
NICE-SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS
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From: Buscher, Monika <m.buscher@lancaster.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 10:00 PM
Subject: FW: URGENT : Post-Doc position minimum 6 monthes at NICE-SOPHIA
ANTIPOLIS
To: soc-postgrads <soc-postgrads@lists.lancs.ac.uk>, Alexander Boden <
alexander.boden@fit.fraunhofer.de>, Morana Alac <malac@ucsd.edu>,
Imagination Lancaster <imagination@lancaster.ac.uk>, Luigina Ciolfi <
L.Ciolfi@shu.ac.uk>


Hi

There a super chance for a post doc in Nice for someone interested in
Digital Society research. They had a candidate but he or she got a job and
dropped out. Please forward as appropriate.

The deadline is 15th September or so. Contact Caroline Rizza
<caroline.rizza@telecom-paristech.fr>

Best
Monika


SUBMISSION THEME: Digital Society
TITLE: Use information, hide the trace: CItizen's Privacy in RFID and IoT
contexts. Exploratory study for the socio-technical viability of the
Œsilence of the chips¹ concept
CODE NAME: CIPRIoT
PERSONS IN CHARGE OF THE PROJECT: Caroline Rizza and Laura Draetta
ATTACHMENT SCHOOL OF THE PERSONS IN CHARGE OF THE PROJECT: Telecom
ParisTech

POST-DOC / VISITING SCIENTIST HOSTING TEAM(S): Télécom ParisTech,
Département SES, Antenne DEIXIS-Sophia (Sophia Antipolis), France: Laura
Draetta and Caroline Rizza

KEYWORDS: RFID, IoT, socio-technical viability assessment, Privacy,
Responsible Research and Innovation, STS, Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA),
digital footprint, silence-of-the-chips

ABSTRACT:
The CIPRIoT project proposes to assess the socio-technical sustainability
of the concept of Œsilence of the chips¹- as defined and used for RFID
tags in the Internet of Things (IoT) perspective - which technocratic
positions would prefer to forget for the benefit of a juridical
modification of the privacy concept. It combines a statistical lexical
analysis - to map the public and scientific debate - with a study on
practices and uses in situation (use-case: IoT for smart home) through
STS¹ and ethnographic¹ approaches. Positioned in the field of responsible
research and innovation, its results will be consolidated in order to
draft policy recommendations and industrial guidelines embedding ³privacy
(or ethics) by design² perspectives, with the final objective of
supporting and promoting an industrial responsible innovation in the RFID
and IoT contexts.
thank you for your help,

Best wishes,

Caroline



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Dr. Monika Büscher

Director mobilities.lab
Centre for Mobilities Research

Department of Sociology
Bowland North, B14

Lancaster University

LA1 4YD
http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/centres/cemore/profiles/monika-buscher
<http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/sociology/profiles/392/16/>

email: m.buscher(at)lancaster.ac.uk <http://lancaster.ac.uk/>

mobile: 07890 847166
Twitter: @mbuscher, @mobslab, @BridgeLancaster



Bridge project: http://www.bridgeproject.eu/en
Catalyst project: http://www.catalystproject.org.uk

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On 11/09/2014 22:34, "Caroline Rizza"
<caroline.rizza@telecom-paristech.fr> wrote:
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