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Opportunities

We are recruiting!

9 March 2016

We are recruiting a Lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction to start in post ideally next September 2016! The deadline for applications is 15th May 2016 and interviews will be held on 20th and 21st June 2016. Please download the Lecturer Job description and Person specification to see more information about the post and check the instructions how to apply carefully - note that three references must be sent directly to Louise Gaynor from your referees by the closing date. Apply online from the UCL Jobs advert page ref 1538980.


We are also recruiting a Research Associate to develop a user-centred app for self-testing for HIV as part of the UCL i-sense programme! This post is available from July 2016 and the deadline for application is 8th April 2016 with interviews on 3rd May 2016. Please download the i-sense Job description and Person specification for more information and please apply at the UCL Jobs advert page ref 1539866.

     

We are recruiting to 2 PhD studentships at the UCL Interaction Centre!

The first of these is one of three studentships funded by the EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network project "Privacy & Usability" (Privacy.Us), to start on 1 August 2016 and working on collaborative and highly-interdisciplinary projects on privacy technologies, usability, authentication, healthcare, and genomics. For more information and how to apply through the PRISM system, please see project 2 on  ‘Privacy of Personal Health Data’ at https://www.prism.ucl.ac.uk/#!/?project=155 – the project will be supervised by Prof. Ann Blandford and Prof. Angela Sasse – the deadline for applications is 20 March 2016.

The second project is on ‘Online support for self-testing and early stages of care for HIV’ and the supervisory team are Prof. Ann Blandford, Prof. Rachel McKendry, Dr Pam Sonnenberg and Dr Jo Gibbs. Novel HIV diagnostic tests combined with advances in digital health provide new opportunities for people to self-sample, self-test, receive a diagnosis and be managed online without accessing traditional health care services. Early studies with users and potential users suggest that HIV self-testing could have considerable public health benefits by increasing access to testing to those at high risk and reducing barriers to testing in some of the estimated 25,000 people in England who are HIV positive but unaware of their diagnosis. However, there are many unanswered questions and design opportunities for future online support for self-testing and, where needed, subsequent engagement with healthcare services. Please see more information and how to apply through the PRISM system at https://www.prism.ucl.ac.uk/#!/?project=169. The deadline for applications is 4 April 2016.

     

Ongoing

Research Fellowships – We are interested in approaches from early career researchers wishing to apply for research fellowships in areas that relate to our research. Details of a number of funding schemes can be found on the website of one of our parent departments here. In the first instance we suggest that you contact Yvonne Rogers (UCLIC Director), or a member of our academic staff whose interests are closest to yours (please see our ‘People’ page).

PhD Studentships - We are always interested in hearing from well qualified students with an interest in PhD research in Human–Computer Interaction (HCI). For details, please see ‘PhD Research’.

 

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