University of South Australia: Developing Methods for Remote Guidance on Physical Tasks

Closing date: Applicants can apply anytime

Student type:  Domestic students and International students are eligible for this scholarship program. 

Level of study: PhD

Study area:

  • Developing technology for capturing gaze, head and body motion, gesture, physiological cues and emotions and integrating it into a wearable system to create a more natural remote collaboration experience,
  • Developing a working prototype system that can be experimentally evaluated a research laboratory and also in a real world setting. This will involve collaborating with industrial partners to design collaborative systems that meet their needs. 

Scholarship value: The scholarship will provide a living allowance at the RTP rate for 3 years with the option of applying for a 3 month extension

Description: The University of South Australia has a PhD scholarship available for students to conduct research into methods for remote guidance on physical tasks. 

Eligibility:

  • an interest in developing collaborative systems
  • skills or an interest in Augmented Reality or wearable computing
  • an interest in human computer interaction

How to apply: 

Applications and enquiries should be directed to Mark Billinghurst:

[email protected] or 08 8302 3747

More info: https://www.unisa.edu.au/research/Research-degrees/Scholarships/Developing-Methods-for-Remote-Guidance-on-Physical-Tasks/