New research fellowship position to work on the EOSC

OpenAIRE-Nexus is an H2020 project funded by the European Commission which aims at bringing together, within the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), fourteen new services focused on the development and promotion of Open Science. OpenCitations is directly involved in this project through the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies at the University of Bologna.

In the context of this OpenAIRE-Nexus project, our goal is to make all services offered by OpenCitations compatible with OpenAIRE, so as to guarantee semantic and technical interoperability with all the other Open Science services available in the EOSC. For this purpose, we now seek applicants for a new one-year research fellowship to be held from May 2021 (renewable for an additional year), for which the application closing deadline is 31 March 2021.

The goal of the Research Fellowship is to study the current limitations of the OpenCitations infrastructure, and possible improvements to introduce into it, in order to integrate it with OpenAIRE and the EOSC. The Research Fellow, who will work in collaboration with Silvio Peroni, Director of OpenCitations, is expected to address issues relating to the provision of Web services, the management of distributed and heterogeneous databases, and data ingestion and conversion processes.

The Call for Applications (in Italian and in English) is available online on the website of the University of Bologna. It also includes an attachment with a description of OpenCitations and of the activities related to the position. The position has a net salary (exempt from income tax, after deduction of social security contributions) in excess of 20K euros per year. As indicated in the Call for Applications, candidates need to apply exclusively through the University of Bologna web portal.

For further information, please contact Silvio Peroni (email: silvio dot peroni at unibo dot it).

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