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University of Geneva
Post-doc in Ubiquitous Computing for Health and Quality of Life
University of Geneva
Founded in 1559 by Jean Calvin, UNIGE is dedicated to thinking, teaching, dialogue and research. With 16’000 students of more than 140 different nationalities, it is Switzerland’s second largest university.
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Published: 1 year ago
Application deadline: Unspecified
Location: Genève, Switzerland
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Post-doc in Ubiquitous Computing for Health and Quality of Life

The Quality of Life technologies (QoL) lab at the Institute of Services Science is looking for a motivated post-doc candidate, with background in computer science, information systems, HCI or related fields.

***Starting by Arrangement*** Duration: 1 year (to start of).

Post-doc topic will be self-defined and related to research on Quality of Life assessment and improvement for healthy populations - while leveraging current lab expertise in mobile communication and computing technologies. The position is avaialble within the ongoing AAL CoME project.

The candidate shall have a strong exprience in user studies with background in quantitative and qualitative research methods being applied in the natural daily life environments of the study participants (i.e., "in situ").

Knowledge of English is required.

NOTE: EU/CH nationality (and/or CH permit) required due to the funding constraints.

Please send CV, publications list and a list of 3 names and contact details for references. When applying please provide an abstract of your research project (max. 1 page) - precise your interest in the area of Quality of Life technologies, as well as what research questions/methods you would propose.

For details please contact Prof. Katarzyna Wac (katarzyna.wac@unige.ch), www.qol.unige.ch

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