The research group DIGI (Brussels Platform for Digital Humanities) is looking for a full-time scientific collaborator & programmer to support its digital research projects.
We are looking for a m/f/x to analyse large-scale textual data from the humanities within the subject areas of history, linguistics and literature, with the help of R or Python.
As scientific collaborator / programmer in DIGI you are familiar with the broad field of Digital Humanities.
You are responsible for the digital support and development of existing as well as new research projects, primarily in the fields of history (digital history), linguistics (corpus linguistics), and literature (digital stylometry).
As a scientific collaborator / programmer you are responsible for the preparation, analysis and reporting on large-scale qualitative and quantitative data within these disciplines.
Experience in digital text analysis and statistics is required.
Moreover, you are familiar with the appropriate software for data analysis within the humanities, or you are able to acquire this familiarity and implement new software where necessary.