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Benjamin Cowan <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 7 May 2020 14:29:14 +0100
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====Call for candidates- Marie Curie Fellowships===
The HCI@UCD group is looking for candidates interested in applying for a 
Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual European fellowships to join our 
research group.

The call deadline is 9th September 2020. Interested candidates are 
advised to contact a potential mentor within HCI@UCD as soon as possible.

Further information about the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship call can 
be found at:

===About HCI@UCD: ====
The HCI@UCD group, based at University College Dublin, is one of the 
largest and leading HCI labs in Ireland. We are a friendly, 
collaborative and highly research active group, publishing regularly in 
leading HCI research venues (e.g. CHI, Mobile HCI, TOCHI, IJHCS). The 
group is a collaboration between the Schools of Computer Science and 
Information & Communication Studies at University College Dublin. 
Members of the group are heavily involved in major internationally 
leading Research Centres (SFI ADAPT-, SFI 
Insight-; SFI D-REAL- with access to major national and international 
academic and industry networks and infrastructure.

The group focuses on three streams of research:
1) Speech Interfaces and Cognition (led by Dr Benjamin Cowan)
2) Ethics, Communication and Design (led by Dr Marguerite Barry)
3) Mental Health and Agency (led by Dr David Coyle).

University College Dublin is one of Europe's leading research-intensive 
universities and is ranked within the top 1% of higher education 
institutions world-wide. It is the top university in Ireland for 
research output.

====Eligibility for Individual Fellowship:====
To be eligible for the fellowship candidates must:
     • Have a PhD or at least 4 years’ full-time research experience 
before the call deadline.
     • Have not been based in Ireland for more than 12 months in the 3 
years before the call deadline.
     • Align to the strands of research we conduct with HCI@UCD (see 

People who want to restart their research career after a career break 
are also encouraged to apply.

===Approaching a mentor in HCI@UCD:===
If you are interested in applying to this Individual Fellowship with a 
mentor from HCI@UCD please send an expression of interest to the member 
of staff you wish to work with by 30 May, 2020. This should include:
         • Your CV
         • A brief explanation of your proposed project
         A description of how it fits with the mentor  and group


Ben, Marguerite and David

Benjamin R Cowan PhD
Assistant Professor
School of Information & Communication Studies
University College Dublin
Twitter: @BCowanHCI

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