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Thu, 17 Dec 2015 11:47:16 +1100
Arindam Dey <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear All,

Human Interface Technology Laboratory – Australia (HITLab AU) has a number
of PhD full scholarships available in early 2016. The research topics of
the awarded scholarships will align with a wide range of the HITLab's
research areas in:

   - Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
   - Data Visualization
   - Augmented Reality
   - Virtual Reality
   - User Experience Design
   - Internet of Things (IoT)

The Scholarships provide a stipend of AU$ 25,849 tax free per annum for
three years, with a potential AU$ 7,500 top-up per annum. More information
about the UTAS scholarship program can be found here: UTAS Scholarships

Expressions of Interest (closes on 15 January 2016)Qualified students
should submit an expression of interest to the HITLab AU's Scholarship
program by emailing the following information in PDF:

   - A complete curriculum vitae
   - Educational transcript
   - A short statement of why you desire to do doctoral research at the
   HITLab AU, the specific project and domains (technology and application)
   that interest you, and your background and experience that qualify you for
   this work
   - Letters from at least two referees who are aware of your
   qualifications and potential

*Please email this information to: *[log in to unmask]

About the HIT Lab Australia

The HIT Lab AU is a university-wide multidisciplinary research laboratory,
part of the School of Engineering & ICT at the University of Tasmania. The
Lab is situated on the Newnham campus in Launceston, Tasmania. The mission
of the HIT Lab AU is to empower people by building advanced human-computer
interface technology that will unlock the power of human intelligence, link
minds globally, and improve the quality of life worldwide.

The Lab's key strategy is on collaborative research projects with schools
and disciplines including Engineering & ICT, Architecture & Design, Visual
& Performing Arts, Human Life Sciences, Nursing, Education, Human Movement,
and the Australian Maritime College.

Special facilities in HITLab AU include 4K tiled wall display, rapid
prototyping workshop, interaction design workshop and specifically-purposed
devices such as eye tracking devices, interactive surface table, HPC and
VR/AR headsets.



*Dr Arindam Dey*
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