The successful candidate will take part in a project whose goal is to design new, affect-enhanced tools for learning in mainstream education, vocational training and learning with learning difficulties.
The position has a key role in developing novel emotion/cognitive state recognition algorithms, using visual (facial/bodily) and context-related cues, in order to maximize user interest and engagement.
- PhD in artificial intelligence, machine learning, affective computing, human-machine interaction or a closely related field
- Good programming skills in C, C++ or Java
- Experience in computer vision, game design or learning interfaces is a strong advantage
The position is for 35 months, starting in February 2016.
How to apply
- Motivation letter
- Curriculum vitae
- Publication list
- PhD thesis summary
- Names of at least two persons who can provide recommendation letters
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About the employer
Maastricht University was established in 1976. It is the most international university in The Netherlands.