The Open University is offering a fully funded PhD studentship to explore the feasibility of using mobile and wearable technology to identify and support panic attacks.
The School of Psychology and Counselling and the School of Computing and Communications at the Open University are seeking a candidate for a fully funded PhD studentship to explore the feasibility of using mobile and wearable technology to identify and support panic attacks.
We are seeking someone with an interest in human-computer interaction design with some experience of computer science, psychology, making or trialling prototypes. The best candidates will have experience in undertaking quantitative and/or qualitative research and understand the value of participatory design. Full details can be found below.
The closing date is March 2nd 2020.
We strongly recommend contacting Dr Gini Harrison (gini.harrison @ open.ac.uk), Dr Daniel Gooch (daniel.gooch @ open.ac.uk) or Prof Blaine Price (b.a.price @ open.ac.uk) for informal discussion and advice as this will help in creating a stronger, more polished proposal.
For further details of how to apply, entry requirements and the application form, see: