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Research Scientist, Data-intensive Computing
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago invites applications for a full-time Research Scientist position. Working in collaboration with Ben Zhao and Nick Feamster in the Department of Computer Science, the Research Scientist will conduct original research and provide guidance for a research group working in Computer Science, with a particular focus on large-scale data-intensive computing.  The goal of this project is to operationalize technologies for continuously measuring censorship from a global set of vantage points. We propose to measure censorship continuously and at scale from millions of vantage points around the world to develop a “weather map” and portal for the state of Internet filtering, interference, and control, focusing in part


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