We are offering a Short-term Research Assistant position at the SACHI group, University of St Andrews.
The work is for the design and implementation of a digital dexterity measurement device.
The School of Medicine (Silvia Paracchini) in collaboration with the Computer-Human Interaction Group (Miguel Nacenta) is offering a short appointment to help design and implement a measuring device for hand dexterity.
Here are the conditions:
- 3 to 4 month duration, depending of intensity.
- Flexible between 20h to 36h per week. Please note that some non-UK students might not be legally allowed to work more than 20h/week. Your visa indicates the limit.
- Starting at the beginning of February at the latest.
- Students 2nd to 4th year and graduate students welcome (if you can spare the time)
- Students and non students are welcome to apply, but the work needs to take place in St Andrews, UK.
- Approx £13/h.
Requirements and Skill.
- Candidates need to be able to program, preferably in Java.
- (Preferable but not required) experience with Android device programming.
- (Preferable but not required) experience with digital modelling, 3D printing or laser cutting.
The work is of a research nature and might result in authorship in subsequent publications in peer-reviewed journals.
To apply send an e-mail to Dr Miguel Nacenta before the end of Jan 22 (firstname.lastname@example.org) indicating:
- Programming experience.
- Experience with Android or other mobile platforms (optional).
- Experience with 3D modelling, 3D printing or laser cutting (optional).
- A bit about your academic/professional background.
Send any enquiries to email@example.com.