The successful candidate will act as a Research Associate for the H2020 project Emotional Cities.
The Key Objectives of the role include: – Deploy a methodology for physical and mental urban health analysis: in order to – mapping of Physical environment – urban form/patterns and urban health and well-being: – identify the Socioeconomic environment – urban determinants for/in urban health and well-being: – Set up and analysis of a population cohort upon health indicators, ageing and gender and mappingof its associated spatial patterns/process for health and well-being: – Mapping of emotions triggered by the built environment: – contribute to the development of a toolbox of spatial analysis and mapping for health and well-being: key description of work
Key responsibilitiesWork with the Cam team of the project and contribute to the development of:
– Deploy a methodology for physical and mental urban health analysis- First snapshot mapping of the current status across all cases, and static GIS overlaps with the identification of the quantitative and qualitative data metrics of urban health and subsequent spatialanalysis: 1. The attributes of the physical environment and 2. Setting up a population cohort upon health indicators, ageing and gender- Physical and socio-economic characterization of cities based on emotions triggered by the built Environment- Customizing spatial health and well-being actions for cities and across specific populations- Set up a spatial analysis toolbox for health and well-being for cities- Contribute to the data collections, analysis and mapping of the project- Participate in the project meetings, workshops and multiple outreach activities- Contribute to the development of deliverables, reports and papers
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 2 years in the first instance.
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Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be directed to: Prof. Elisabete A. SilvaEmail: email@example.com
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