[visionlist] PhD opportunity - Lincoln UK

Louise OHare LOHare at lincoln.ac.uk
Wed Jan 10 09:49:22 -05 2018

PhD GTA Funded Studentship in "Virtual Reality: immersion, self-regulation, discomfort"
Project Description
The successful candidate will use a multidisciplinary approach to investigating physiological and psychological aspects of virtual reality. This is a collaboration between the Schools of Psychology and Computer Science and the candidate should share the interest in applied research. Applicants should have a strong background in either psychology, computer science, engineering, or other related discipline. An understanding of mathematics and statistics is desirable. Experience of programming e.g. MATLAB/Python would be an advantage.

Contact Dr Louise O'Hare (LOHare at lincoln.ac.uk<javascript:void(0)>)

Applicants should have a first or upper second class honours degree or equivalent in a relevant area. Applicants with a relevant Masters are particularly welcome. Applicants should possess excellent report writing and English language communication skills and an ability to work to deadlines.

An application of a 1-page CV and 1-page covering letter including a brief insight into the research topic area should be e-mailed to Maureen Young ( studentshipscss at lincoln.ac.uk<javascript:void(0)> ). Those called for interview will be required to complete an online application form, and prepare a presentation. Please quote project ID in the subject line of the email.

Closing Date: 26 February 2018
Interviews: w/b 19 March 2018
Start date: 3 September 2018

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