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Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities in the Centre for Risk Research. We currently have no vacancies:


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Here is a list of other vacanies that have recently been filled in the Centre for Risk Research:


Risk Research Associate

Dr Peter Fraser-Mackenzie has been appointed to work on a three-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project, funded by ESRC, the Technology Strategy Board (KTP), Star Financial Systems Ltd (£304,900). The project will seek to optimise risk management decisions through effective human-technology distributed cognition. Peter has previously worked in the Centre for Risk Research as a Research Associate on  a successful one-year KTP project on the modelling and prediction of spread-trader risk.

Risk Research Analyst

Juan Carlos Moreno Paredes was recently appointed to act as Research Analyst on a two year KTP project, funded by ESRC, the Technology Strategy Board (KTP) and London Capital Group (£214,000) that will develop a real-time model of spread-trader performance.

Risk Research Fellow

Following the award of a prestigious EPSRC post-doctoral prize, Dr. David McDonald spent a year in the Centre for Risk developing an innovative model of discrete choice (£35,000). More recently, David has been appointed as Research Fellow in the Centre for Risk Research on a one-year KTP, sponsored by EPSRC and WBX (£53,659). This project will examine novel ways of modelling the wisdom of the crowd.

Risk Research Fellow

Nikolaos Kililis has recently been appointed as a Research Fellow on a two-year project sponsored by EV Analytics (£214,000). The project will explore new approaches to modelling complex, uncertain environments.

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