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You will be working in a highly interdisciplinary project and context. You will be located at the Tactus in Rekken and at the Human Media Interaction group. …
You will be working in a highly interdisciplinary project and context. You will be located at the Tactus in Rekken and at the Human Media Interaction group. You will collaborate with health professionals and patients and researchers. Fluency in Dutch (speaking, writing and reading) is required in this context. Within the project you will look into the current treatment protocols within the Tactus programs and look for possibilities to integrate on smart technology to support addiction treatments for patients with an intellectual disability. Examples are applications such as personalized virtual reality environments to experience certain situations, or mobile applications and smart sensing.
For this PhD position, we are looking for a technical inclined master of science who is keen to do research and write a thesis in the field of smart technology to support addiction treatment for patients with an intellectual disability. Besides research into the field, the research will contribute to design, implementation and evaluation of the developed system. The results of the research should be translated into guidelines for the treatment protocols.
You are expected to contribute and take responsibility for research and development related to:
We offer a very challenging fulltime position for four years in an inspiring multidisciplinary and international environment. The university offers a dynamic ecosystem with enthusiastic colleagues in which internationalization is an important part of the strategic agenda.
You can submit your application (including CV, list of publications, research statements and three names of potential references) before the 1st of June 2018, attn of prof.dr. D.K.J. Heylen. For more information you can contact dr. R. Klaassen, firstname.lastname@example.org