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Job position: Researcher @ IAAC | Fab Lab Barcelona

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Massimo Menichinelli <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear all,
at IAAC | Fab Lab Barcelona we are looking for a researcher for a 
Horizon 2020 project and a new unit:

https://iaac.net/iaac/european-projects/eu-projects-job-offers/#1528448166124-c0b4f3b6-c5b8


*Researcher for the SISCODE Horizon 2020 project and the RCS unit*

SISCODE (co-DEsign for Society in Innovation and Science) is an European 
Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme that aims at 
understanding co-creation as a bottom-up and design-driven phenomenon 
that is flourishing in Europe (in fab labs, living labs, social 
innovations, smart cities, communities and regions), to analyse 
favourable conditions that support its scalability and replication and 
to use this knowledge to cross-fertilise RRI practices and policies. 
This aim is articulated along three main operational objectives:

1. to create and run a European-wide study of existing local, regional, 
national and European co-creation ecosystems and to describe effective 
dynamics and outcomes for the implementable integration of society in 
science and innovation;

2. to experiment with design as a new system of competences on which to 
build capacity for implementable co-creation in RRI and STI policy making;

3. to understand the cultural, organisational and procedural 
transformations needed to embed co-creation as a design-driven approach 
in RRI processes and STI policy making, overcoming barriers and 
resistance to change.

By engaging citizens, local actors, stakeholders and policy makers 
SISCODE will increase knowledge on co-creation through action research, 
and will test the effectiveness of design methodologies to better 
combine co-construction (ideation) and co-production (implementation) of 
solutions and policies for the integration of society in science and 
innovation.

The Research Coordination and Support Unit led from Fab Lab Barcelona at 
IAAC (RCS) aims at supporting all the departments within IAAC to improve 
their research activities along three main directions: (i) Research 
promotion, (ii) Projects management and (iii) exploitation and 
technology transfer.


*Main Responsibilities:*

-SISCODE: Design co-creation journeys that will test in pilots the 
effectiveness of design methodologies for the integration of society in 
science and innovation.
-SISCODE: Develop and facilitate workshops and co-creation sessions with 
pilot’s local actors and stakeholders.
-SISCODE: Assess and disseminate the results of co-creation journeys to 
other actors in the co-creation labs ecosystems (Fab Labs, Science 
Museums, Living Labs).
-RCS: Support in the communication of scientific results, yearly 
statistics of IAAC results, public database of results and publications.
-RCS: Disseminate and promote calls for papers and European projects, 
assess the academic and research staff and facilitate their 
participation in such calls.
-RCS: Support the writing of European proposals (Horizon 2020, Creative 
Europe, …).


*Competences (Experience, Knowledge and Skills):*

-Experience in user-centred design and co-design processes, approaches 
and tools.
-Experience in planning and running workshops, pilots and events.
-Experience in desk research, workshops, interviews and other research 
methods.
-Experience in writing scientific publications and participation to 
conferences and events.
-Experience in writing and working in European research projects 
(Horizon 2020, Creative Europe, …) is highly valued.
-Both experience as a practitioner and as academic are highly valued.


*Specific Requirements:*

-An EU national, or with a working permit for Spain.
-Fluent in English, Spanish is a plus – other languages are a bonus.
-PhD, late-stage PhD or master’s graduate in a relevant field (design, 
service design, interaction design, social sciences, etc.).

*CONTRACT DETAILS*

-1 year contract, to be renewed later.
-Full time position (40 h week, from Monday to Friday) based in Barcelona.
-Date of start: 03/09/2018.
-Salary: 20,000.00 – 30,000.00 € per annum. according to experience.

*DEADLINE AND APPLICATIONS SUBMISSION*

The application period will close on the 25th June 2018.

Send your CV with a list of scientific publications, documents required 
in the general basis and a Cover Letter to [log in to unmask] with this 
subject: “JOB APPLICATION – RESEARCHER @SISCODE+RCS”



Best regards,

Massimo Menichinelli


-- 
______________________________________________________________________________
Massimo Menichinelli
https://es.linkedin.com/in/massimomenichinelli

Aalto University
School of Art, Design and Architecture
Department of Media
Media Lab Helsinki
______________________________________________________________________________


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