Copenhagen Business School invites applications for one vacant Assistant Professorship in Blockchain technology at the Department of Digitalization.
Core research areas that the assistant professor might cover:
Blockchain systems architecture and best practices
Distributed system security
Data protection and privacy
Open data and open innovation
The position is designed for a well-organized, highly motivated individual who is willing and able to work on a project that aims to investigate how blockchain technology can be used to support a better and more secure infrastructure for data exchange as well as streamlining workflows in the Danish health service. The project will be an initial analysis that will develop and test new solutions for data sharing between the centers across the hospitals in Denmark. The project is funded by Region Hovedstadens Funds for Regional Development and Business Promotion (ReVUS)
Teaching responsibilities of the Department comprise undergraduate and graduate teaching in management information systems and digital technologies.
The assistant professorship is a fixed term position (3 years) with research and teaching obligations.
To fulfill the research requirements of the position, the applicant(s) chosen is expected to be physically present on a regular basis and actively participate in the teaching and research activities of the Department. The successful applicant is obliged to participate in the assistant professor program at CBS on teaching principles and methods in order to fulfill the pedagogical requirements made at the end of the term of employment as an assistant professor.
• Conducting research and development of cutting-edge blockchain systems for the protection and sharing of data across a large spectrum of stakeholders in the Danish healthcare system
• Taking part in dissemination activities that are related to the research project
• Complying with the requirements of the ReVUS grant that funds the position
• Teaching and associated examination in existing CBS programs
• Individual and group-based research meeting high international standards
• Promoting CBS’s academic reputation
• Initiating, fund raising and coordinating research projects
Assistant professor / lecturer
Copenhagen , Denmark