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 when you apply and give her your application number!

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