As part of the D-Real Centre for Research Training, we are looking for an exceptional candidate for a funded PhD position in the area of design for digital health. The supervision team includes myself, Dr. David Coyle at University College Dublin, and Prof. Corina Sas from the University of Lancaster. Applicants should have a strong background in human-computer interaction and an interest in designing interventions for mental health. Further details of the topic are below, apply at this link.… Read more
Health self-report or self-monitoring activities, such as mood logging, are a central part of many treatments for mental health problems. It serves to help raise awareness of the person’s own feelings, daily activities and cognitive processes, and provides measures and recordings that offer information for independent action, or consultation with care providers. In addition to mood charting as a standalone activity, or an activity conducted between face-to-face therapy sessions, accurate reporting of mood is integral for wellbeing applications and technologies to function appropriately.… Read more
We are currently looking to recruit PhD students as part of a Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research Training. I am interested in the topic of Technology for Mental Health. Positions to start September 2019.
Available topics include: Psychological self-report with wearable technology
Supervision Team: Gavin Doherty, Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin) / David Coyle, University College Dublin
Description: There has been much interest recently in the design of technologies to support the delivery of mental healthcare, looking at many different aspects ranging from assessment and diagnosis, through intervention and long term self-monitoring.… Read more
School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin.
Mental and behavioural health conditions pose a major challenge to healthcare providers and society at large. It is generally accepted that mental health services are struggling to meet the needs of existing audiences as well as failing to reach large proportions of those in need. Technologies can help both to improve access to treatment, and help people to engage with treatment.… Read more
A new call for EDGE Marie Skłodowska Curie postdoctoral research fellowships has opened. These are prestigious and well funded positions. Note that only applicants who have not been resident in Ireland over 12 months in the previous 3 years are eligible to apply (for specific guidance, see the application documents section of the EDGE website). Applying will involve developing a specific proposal (maximum 8 pages) with your prospective supervisor. I am happy to supervise applicants interested in the tailored delivery of e-health interventions, strategies for engaging users, and the use of self-reported data in healthcare.… Read more
Marie Curie PhD Studentship in Mobile Applications to Support Emotion Regulation in Mental Health
We are seeking an excellent Early Stage Researcher (ESR) who must be eligible to enrol as a PhD.
Closing Date and Time: 5pm on 15/5/2017
The selected PhD student will be paid a gross annual salary of approximately €31,400 over a 3 year fixed term contract. They will also be entitled to a mobility allowance of approximately €6,500 per annum and potentially a family allowance where appropriate.… Read more
Trinity College Dublin in collaboration with Intel Labs Europe are seeking two exceptional candidates for postgraduate (PhD) research scholarships on visualization support for software-defined data centers. Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) is an emerging technology that will radically change the way in which ICT infrastructure is provided, managed and consumed. The research will have a strong HCI component, starting with end-user interviews, observations, and analysis, feeding in to the design of visualizations to support the work. It will involve significant interaction with industrial users throughout.… Read more
The School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin is looking for applications for a Post-doctoral research position in the area of HCI and Visualization. The position is part of Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre, with collaboration from IBM Research.
Whereas previously only a small minority of programmers would deal with parallel programming, the shift towards multi-core has meant that
a much wider proportion of programmers will need to produce parallel programs. The successful candidate will work as part of a small team
on the ManyCore project, which aims to support this activity through visualizations which help programmers understand and improve the
performance of their programs.… Read more
I am interested in hearing from high quality potential PhD students – please send me a CV if you have a relevant Masters level qualification and/or experience of working interaction design, and are interested in working on producing technologies which match real-world needs.
Prospective PhD students may be interested in a number of potential funding schemes through IRCSET – next month IRCSET will be releasing details of the 2011 postgraduate scholarship scheme: note that these scholarships are very competitive and are only awarded to students with an excellent academic background.… Read more