Tuition fees + stipend are available for Home/EU students (International students can apply, but the funding only covers the Home/EU fee rate)
An undergraduate (or Masters) degree in informatics/computer science or engineering.
All candidates must have previous experience of programming. It is desirable to have taken an introductory course in artificial intelligence or signal processing and be willing to develop further skills in these areas. Candidates with a main degree in (digital) education or psychology and with demonstrated coding skills are also encouraged to express interest.
For an introduction to the concept of remote labs please see these videos from lead supervisor’s award-winning large-scale remote laboratory work at his previous employer:
For an introduction to the evaluation of online technical work in education settings, please see this TedX talk from the second supervisor:
FTE Category A staff submitted: 91.80
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