The Motion Platform and Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Technology Sydney has a PhD scholarship opportunity to be started ideally in Feb. 2020 or earlier. Late application will also be considered. The scholarship includes both stipend and tuition fee waiver for three years and can be extended for another six months if necessary.
We are looking for students with who are interested in a unique research project that investigates using brain-computer interface (BCI) and augmented reality (AR) to enhance the situation awareness of a user under stress.
The applicant should have a Master degree or BSc (Honours) in Computer Science or Engineering, an IELTS score of 6.5 or above and preferably with a background in Computer Graphics or Human-Computer Interaction and programming skills in C++ / C#. Previous experience in Unity 3D or game development will be a plus.