[visionlist] DeLucia Lab Accepting Doctoral Students

Pat DeLucia pat.delucia at rice.edu
Mon Aug 26 12:40:19 -04 2019

Accepting Doctoral Students


Dr. Patricia R. DeLucia is accepting students who wish to pursue a Ph.D. in
the Department of Psychological Sciences at Rice University. Doctoral
students are supported by competitive stipends. This year the stipend is
$27,000 plus a tuition waiver. Applicants must meet all requirements of Rice


Her research interests include the perception of collision, motion, depth,
and multisensory integration in normal and impaired vision, and human
factors applications in transportation (e.g., manual and automated driving),
health care (e.g., minimally-invasive surgery, patient safety, nursing), and
military (e.g., UAVs, night vision goggles). Her laboratory is being
expanded and currently includes a driving simulator, virtual reality system,
and tactile interfaces. For more information, see


Dr. DeLucia is looking for highly motivated students with a passion for
research and learning. Students with backgrounds in psychology, computer
science, mathematics and engineering are encouraged to apply. Programming
skills in Unity, C#, Matlab, and experience with virtual reality are a plus.


The Department of Psychological Sciences is a unique blend of basic and
applied psychology. The primary emphasis in the department is on research.
Graduates from the department have secured jobs in academia and industry.
Additional information about our programs can be found at 

 <https://psychology.rice.edu/> https://psychology.rice.edu


Rice University is a member of the Association of American Universities, and
is located in the vibrant city of Houston close to the Texas Medical Center
and NASA-Johnson Space Center.


Interested applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. DeLucia at
<mailto:pat.delucia at rice.edu> pat.delucia at rice.edu    


For the application process see




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