Vacancies / PhD Students

Vacancies

We have currently several open posts in the EIS@Essex Lab, see University of Essex vacancies.


Funded PhD Studentships

CSEE

The School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering has several funded studentships available and strong applicants will be encouraged to put themselves forward for one of these studentships once they have been accepted as potential students in the EIS@Essex Lab.

IGGI

The director of the EIS@Essex Lab, Prof Klaus McDonald-Maier, is one of the supervisors in the EPSRC sponsored IGGI Centre for Doctoral Training http://www.iggi.org.uk in the area of embedded systems (which covers games hardware/software systems, sensors and interfacing technologies), novel hardware architectures for games and measuring emotional and physiological signals.

We are currently seeking suitable candidates in these areas under the embodied interaction theme of the IGGI Centre:

Embodied interaction

This theme covers whole body interaction and involves the following technologies:

  • Brain-computer interaction
  • Other physiological biosignal interfaces
  • Motion capture systems
  • New products like the Leap Motion
  • Consumer devices like Microsoft Kinect
  • Embedded sensors on mobile technologies (e.g. smartphone accelerometers)


PhD / MSc by Research Studies

  • PhD / MSc Studies in the EIS Research Group: If you have the excellent grades, then you might be eligible for a PhD (or research MSc) in the EIS Group. In order to apply please send Prof McDonald-Maier (in files under 1 Meg in total), (a) your CV, (b) transcripts of your grades, (c) copies of papers you have published, (d) a project proposal linked to my research projects and interests and (e) the name of two referees.
  • A list of potential research topics and details of studentships can be found on a separate page.


Studying in the School

  • If you would like to study for a taught M.Sc. degree, please enquire at ces-gradoffice AT essex.ac.uk.
  • If you are interested in studying for a research degree in the school, please contact Marisa Bostock (ces-research AT essex.ac.uk).  She will show your application to all academics in the department who could supervise your work.
  • Internships: please do not write to me asking for me to pay for internships, I occasionally will take self-funded internships, however, I will blacklist senders asking for me to fund internships.
© Klaus McDonald-Maier 2017