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  • Recruiting MS/PhD candidates

    The Human Systems Lab at the University of Windsor is looking for highly motivated candidates for funded Master's and PhD positions in Human Factors with a start date of Fall 2024. The multidisciplinary research team led by Dr. Francesco N. Biondi has active projects in the fields of:
    • Driver interaction with automated driving systems and development of driver monitoring systems (DMS).
    • Cognitive Ergonomics investigating the human operator's cognitive and visual load of using manufacturing workstations.

    Qualification requirements
    Master's degree in Psychology, Industrial Engineering, Cognitive Science, Kinesiology or related fields with a minimum 80% GPA in the last 2 years

    Excellent English skills (written and oral)

    Past experience conducting experimental and Human Factors studies.

    Past experience in signal processing and machine learning. (preferred)

    Knowledge of R, Matlab, and Python (preferred)

    All students can apply, but candidates from outside Canada are invited to consider University of Windsor's tuition fees for international students before applying (available at http://www.uwindsor.ca/intl/)

    Main duties and responsibilities
    Data collection using physiological measures and driving simulator

    Data processing using software such as R, Matlab, and Python.

    Signal processing, data modeling, and machine learning

    Dissemination of research findings at conferences and via publications

    What we offer
    Funded scholarship through a combination of research and graduate assistantships. More information is available here

    Project-specific funding

    Excellent career opportunities in Human Factors

    How to apply (deadline: February 1st, 2024).
    Follow the instructions at the link below to submit your application.

    Kinesiology / Sport Management and Leadership

    Questions can be directed to hslab@uwindsor.ca
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