Info Scholarship Phd on UK | PhD in Human-Computer Interaction of Medical Devices


PhD in Human-Computer Interaction of Medical Devices at City University London, UK

City University London funded PhD in Human-Computer Interaction of Medical Devices, UK

Study Subject: Computer Interaction of Medical Devices
Course Level: PhD
Scholarship Provider: City University London, UK
Scholarship can be taken at: UK

 A strong Bachelors or Masters degree in either disciple in mandatory. The student should be able to understand and produce formal models of interactions and cognitive models of human behaviour. The ability to design and build effective intefaces and evaluate these by controlled user studies is central to the post.

Scholarship Open for International Students: No

Scholarship Description: City University London is an international University committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.
 The University is in the top 5% of world universities according to the times Higher Education World University Rankings 2010 and attracts over 22,000 students from around 160 countries.

Info Scholarship for Women Scholarship | Research Grant Programme 2011, Poland


PARENT-BRIDGE Research Grant Programme 2011, Poland

Grants for parents enabling them to return to research work and supporting pregnant women conducting research.

Study Subject: Bio, Info, Technology
Course Level: Research
Scholarship Provider: EU structural funds
Scholarship can be taken at: Poland

 -The return grant is directed to researchers who hold at least a doctorate and work in a Polish research unit or have obtained a promise of employment for at least the duration of the project.
 -This form of support is addressed to women who hold at least a master’s degree, are taking part in research projects financed from external sources of the employing institution (e.g. thesis adviser grants, projects of other researchers, their own research projects, and the like), and are working under health-sensitive conditions (e.g. contact with radiation or chemicals, operating dangerous equipment, frequent travel, and the like).