PhD posts, starting January 2020
The last date to apply for postgraduate studies is Friday, 15 November 2019.
For applications, click here.
Two (2) posts in any of the topics:
- “Motor rehabilitation (or physical condition improvement) using Virtual Reality techniques”
- “Mental well being through VR”
- “Virtual Reality for Well being”
Candidates should possess:
- A Bachelor’s Degree and a postgraduate Degree of Master’s level* from accredited Universities in a relevant field (e.g. Interactive Media/ Computer Science/ Computer Engineering/ Neuroscience/ Psychology) with specialization in Virtual Reality or/and Biosignals measurements.
- Excellent programming skills / excellent knowledge of a game engine (e.g. Unity)
- Εxperience in experimental research
- Ability to work independently on research projects
- Excellent knowledge of English language (spoken and written)
- The following will be considered as additional qualifications:
- experience in submitting research proposals and/or participation in research projects
- very good knowledge of a 3D modelling software
- experience in experimental research
- good knowledge of statistical analysis
In cases where the candidate demonstrates EXCEPTIONAL academic performance; holding a postgraduate degree may not be a restrict requirement to apply for this position. (Even though it is highly recommended)
For this position, applications are accepted only for full time studies.
The successful candidate(s) will be affiliated with the research lab of Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts, Microsoft Computer Games and Emerging Technologies (GET Lab) and will take part in the research activities of the lab.
The successful candidate(s) may be assigned teaching-related duties, with appropriate reimbursement, at the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts, based on the needs of department per academic year or/and research responsibilities at GET Lab.
Successful candidates with excellent academic qualifications may be hired as researchers at research projects that GET Lab is involved.
Research Advisor: Despina Michael-Grigoriou, Assistant Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org