UC Summer Scholarships in the HIT Lab

Work in the HIT Lab over the summer! We’re looking for a few graduate students to take up UC Summer Scholarships to work on projects in the lab.

A UC Summer Research Scholarship provides the opportunity for a student to work on a supervised research project for 400 hours (approximately 10 weeks) over the summer period (November 2015 – February 2016), to complete a short research skills programme (November/December 2015) and to give a presentation at the Summer Research Scholarship Feedback Day (February 2016).

We’re looking for interested students with the necessary skills to work with our research staff on:

  • designing next-gen interfaces for consumer electronics (with Gun Lee)
  • using VR simulation to manage anxiety in patients undergoing brain scans (with Adrian Clark)
  • creating new tools to make developing AR applications accessible (with Gun Lee and Mark Billinghurst)
  • building new visualization tools to bring digital models of architecture to life (with Adrian Clark)

Spend summer doing something cool and learning new skills in the HIT Lab!

Find out more about the summer program here.

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