Apologies for this wide circulation.

Please see information below about a Funded PhD opportunity at University College London (GDI Hub and UCLIC) - the deadline is 21 July 2019. Please forward to your networks and/or anyone who may be interested.

Funded PhD studentship in Physiological Computing and Artificial Intelligence

- deadline 21 July 2019!

We are seeking to appoint a talented PhD student who explores an emerging research area, ‘physiological computing and artificial intelligence’ with the specific aim to boost disability innovation. This is a 4-year fully funded post (tuition fee + stipend) in the department of Computer Science at UCL.

This position will be based in the Global Disability Innovation Hub & UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC).

The project will start in November 2019. Please see the advert on our website<>

for more information and how to apply through UCL Select<>. The deadline for applications is 21st July 2019 and interviews will be from early August 2019.

NB: You must notify Aeesha Adams<mailto:[log in to unmask]> when you apply and give her your application number!

Questions about the studentship can be made to Dr Youngjun Cho ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>) while queries about the application process can be made to Aeesha Adams: ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

Best regards,


Dr. Youngjun Cho
Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub  & UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC)
Department of Computer Science
UCL (University College London)<><>