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Position: Professor of Serious Gaming for Complex Multi-Actor Systems, Decision-and Policy Making

Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is currently advertising a tenure-track vacancy for a Professor of Serious Gaming for Complex Multi-Actor Systems, Decision-and Policy Making:

Applicants should have a PhD degree in a relevant field of social science, such as policy sciences, organization and management, policy analysis, or systems analysis. He/she should have proven experience as an independent and productive researcher as demonstrated by publications in scientific journals relevant to the research area. She/he should be well embedded in the international scientific community of gaming-simulation, policy sciences and policy analysis, and infrastructures. The candidate preferably has proven experience with relevant quantitative, qualitative and design research methods, and demonstrable affinity for the integrated sociotechnical systems approach to infrastructure systems as practiced at the TPM faculty. He/she preferably also has a multidisciplinary research attitude, a track record in multidisciplinary research collaboration and excellent communication skills.

More information is available on the Digital Games Research Association website.

One response to “Position: Professor of Serious Gaming for Complex Multi-Actor Systems, Decision-and Policy Making

  1. Sergio Quijada 15/09/2011 at 9:45 pm

    I am Colonel, PhD Modeling and Simulation, let me know how to apply for the position at Delt University regarding to Game for Decision Making.

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