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Health Sciences (human computer interaction) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Swimming Markup Language
  Dr C Bartneck, Dr C. Petersen
Application Deadline: 1 March 2020

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Swimming is one of the healthiest workouts and tracking one’s progress is a great motivator. However, sharing swim workout sets and viewing these on today’s wide range of available displays remains difficult.
  Improve automatic speech recognition using emerging 3-D facial mapping technology
  Research Group: ISVR: Dynamics Group
  Dr S. Bleeck
Application Deadline: 31 May 2020

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Supervisor. Professor Stefan Bleeck. Co-supervisor. Project description. The TrueDepth camera’s facial recognition system that has been recently introduced by Apple, Inc into iPhones and iPads provides ground-breaking new technology for user identification, but it has also potential applications far wider than that.
  Investigating the value of using emotionally intelligent artificial conversational agents to carry out assessments in higher education or healthcare.
  Dr A Money, Dr T Koulouri
Applications accepted all year round

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Artificial conversational agents, can be embodied (physical robots or digital avatars on a screen) or not embodied (chat-bots or digital assistants).
  Smart textiles to support rehabilitation and daily living activities post stroke
  Prof R McCrindle
Applications accepted all year round

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"The aim of this PhD is to investigate how smart textiles and/or other wearables can be used to assist people who have had a stroke with their communication, rehabilitation, and/or reengagement in daily living activities and hobbies.
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