UCD Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1, UCD School of Computer Science (Temporary)
Applications are invited for a UCD Post-Doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 in the UCD School of Computer Science. This is a temporary role.
AHA (ADHD Augmented) pilot project focuses in particular on the implementation and integration of existing technologies (mobile apps, online literacy programme, and augmented reality development) to enhance learning for students with ADHD, assist their parents and educators during the teaching and assessment process and investigate whether the combination of such technologies can assist students with ADHD to stay focused, make fewer mistakes and to finish assignments at school as well as homework. AHA will deliver an Augmented Reality (AR) solution for an existing on-line literacy programme, which integrates a set of specific technologies and supports interactive educational content, services, assessment and feedback. Development of AHA will focus on the cooperation with academia, ADHD experts, schools and providers of existing digital solutions that will define the framework and interoperability requirements of such a data-driven intensive and innovative digital learning ecosystem.
See Job Description for more details.
Salary: €36,489 - € 38,750 per annum
Appointment on the above range will be dependent on qualifications and experience.
Closing Date: 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) Tuesday 7th November 2017.
Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.
UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CVs submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.
Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the UCD Job Vacancies website: http://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies.
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