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Reference : UMR5263-ANNCAM-023
Workplace : TOULOUSE
Date of publication : Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 18 months
Expected date of employment : 1 October 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2648 to 3768 € per month according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
Among the 3 main actions of the project, one concerns the issue of "Social representations and professional shared workspaces: Mobility of today and future". For the post-doctorate, it is a question of studying the representations of the expectations towards the presence of professional third places or their possible creation by taking into account the type of mobility of the users. According to a psychological engineering approach, it will be necessary to draw up 1) an inventory of the existing situation on the territory (which remains to be defined) 2) an inventory of the "user" experience of professional users working at a distance from their place of employment, either partially or almost completely. 3) to analyse the results in order to draw up recommendations for the design of possible new third places that would respond to the new mobility issues in the territory concerned or even in other territories.
- Elaborate and write a literature review on the determinants and implications of the use of professional spaces (shared workspaces, coworking, shared office spaces).
- To conduct an exploratory study on the use and attendance of third places in Occitania, the typology of professional users and non-users, allowing to characterize their needs, constraints and wishes.
- Participation in meetings: TIMH Lab group, "Vilagil-Particip'" working group and the Vilagil consortium.
- Publication of scientific works in international peer-reviewed journals.
- Mentoring trainees
- Master the theoretical models relating to social representations, attitudes and behaviour.
- Knowledge on the theme of mobility and transport will be appreciated.
- To master the method of questionnaire surveys, interview techniques, group and focus-group facilitation.
- Knowing how to organise and analyse a body of discursive and quantitative data with a view to their exploitation.
- Mastering software related to the execution of questionnaires and discourse analysis
- Knowing how to present results
- Dissemination of knowledge at national and international level
o Production of scientific articles (in referenced scientific journals)
o Participation in congresses
o Writing reports
- Have a good level of English: 100 to Toefl or Advanced Level C1 in English
- Sense of organization, ability to be precise and rigorous
- Ability to work in a team and independently
- Have a spirit of initiative and be creative.
The CLLE (Cognition, Languages, Ergonomics) laboratory is a CNRS UMR created in January 2007 and mainly hosted on the site of the University Toulouse Jean Jaurès. It is a multidisciplinary research unit in the field of Cognitive Sciences: the work carried out there covers the fields of linguistics, psychology, computer science, philosophy, education and neurosciences, with a more or less broad scope. The laboratory is structured in 3 teams each composed of an average of 25 teacher-researchers and researchers:
- The "Language Sciences" team, working more particularly on themes related to linguistics;
- Language and Cognitive Processes" team, focused on the interdisciplinarity between language and psychology;
- Cognition in complex situations" team, working more particularly on social and cognitive psychology.
As a partner in the interdisciplinary project VILAGIL co-funded by Toulouse Métropole, TISSEO, SICOVAL and the State (PIA) for 10 years (2019-2029), the CLLE Laboratory is looking for several researchers/postdocs.
General objective: The "Citizen Territory" workpackage of the VILAGIL project involves the Toulouse CLLE (Cognition, Langues Langue et Ergonomie, UMR 5263 of the CNRS), LISST (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire, Solidarités, Sociétés et Territoires, UMR 5193 of the CNRS) and SMAC-IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse) laboratories. The aim of this work (led for the CLLE team by Professor Céline Lemercier), is to examine the acceptability of all the mobility devices of tomorrow (autonomous individual and collective level 3 to 5 vehicles), whether one is a user (passenger; passenger-supervisor) of these vehicles or whether one is interacting with them (other motorists, cyclists, pedestrians). More generally, the aim is to understand the conditions of potential acceptance and appropriation of all the changes in individual mobility (soft mobility, diversity of individual mobility media, rationalisation of mobility and establishment of alternative workplaces). On a technical level, the VILAGIL project benefits from two technological platforms: Simulauto (driving simulator on a mobile base) and autOCampus (experimental road integrating connected street furniture and a level 5 vehicle).
Constraints and risks
Travel to be planned in Toulouse and its surroundings if the health situation allows.
Insofar as the circumstances would require teleworking, the recruited person must be equipped with suitable computer equipment allowing him to work remotely.
Interested candidates must submit their application on the CNRS job portal before August 25, 2020. Please provide a detailed CV, a cover letter containing a summary of the research themes, and a letter of recommendation.
- Contact person for further information about the position (Name, email and/or phone): Valérie Le Floch, firstname.lastname@example.org
More informations on : http://clle.univ-tlse2.fr/
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