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  • 30 March 2017, 23:59

    PhD student in Human Computer Interaction with Body-Based User Interfaces

    The Human-Centered Computing section at DIKU is searching for a PhD student interested in pushing the boundaries of Human Computer Interaction. You will be working on the project Body-UI, awarded by the European Research Council for five years to Kasper Hornbæk (www.kasperhornbaek.dk). The project combines results and methods from research on embodied cognition with recent advances in technologies for body-based UIs. The section offers a research environment with much freedom: to a large extent, you shape the research you work on and the ideas you pursue. Deadline for applications is 30 March 2016. » Read more

  • 30 April 2017,

    Post-doctoral position in Human-Computer Interaction

    We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher to contribute to our work on body-based user interfaces. The ideal candidate has worked on technologies with/on/in the body or has competences in embodied cognition (e.g., from research in psychology) that might drive such work. The position is associated with the project Body-UI, awarded by the European Research Council for five years to Kasper Hornbæk (www.kasperhornbaek.dk). Deadline for applications 30 April 2017 (midnight, GMT). » Read more

  • 30 April 2017, 23:59

    2 Fully Funded (3-year) PhD positions in Information Retrieval

    DIKU is searching for two PhD students interested in pushing the boundaries of Information Retrieval with us. You will be working as part of the Quantum Information Access and Retrieval Theory (QUARTZ) European Training Network, awarded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. On position seeks to investigate the level of uncertainty in probability estimates of ranking models. The other position seeks to investigate compositionality in text semantics. The deadline for applications is 30 April 2017 (Midnight CET) » Read more