PhD Openings, Deadline: 30 November 2016

One (1) post in the area of “Social Computing” and specifically in the areas of:

● Technology-enhanced learning
● Advanced Technologies for Learning
● Social aspects of computing

Candidates for this post should possess:

● Postgraduate Degree of Master’s level from accredited Universities in Education, Computer Science, Educational Technology or any related field.
● Very good knowledge of English language.
● Ability to organize and carry out research work independently.
● Prior experience in submitting research proposals or participating in research programs will be considered as an additional qualification.

The successful candidates will be assigned to the “Cyprus Interaction Lab” of Cyprus University of Technology. In parallel with their studies the successful candidates may be employed in currently active research programs and will be assigned teaching-related duties at the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts with appropriate reimbursement. In addition the successful candidates may have the opportunity to carry out part of their research work abroad through sponsored exchange programs. For more information about the post and employment opportunities please contact:

Andri Ioannou, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Cyprus University of Technology

email: andri.i.ioannou@cut.ac.cy tel. +357 2500 2276, +357 2500 2059


One (1) post in the area of “Educational Robotics”:

Candidates for this post should possess:

● Postgraduate Degree of Master’s level from accredited Universities in Education, Computer Science, Educational Technology or any related field.
● Very good knowledge of English language.
● Ability to organize and carry out research work independently.
● Prior experience in submitting research proposals or participating in research programs will be considered as an additional qualification.

The successful candidates will be assigned to the “Cyprus Interaction Lab” of Cyprus University of Technology. In parallel with their studies the successful candidates may be employed in currently active research programs and will be assigned teaching-related duties at the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts with appropriate reimbursement. In addition the successful candidates may have the opportunity to carry out part of their research work abroad through sponsored exchange programs. For more information about the post and employment opportunities please contact:

Andri Ioannou, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus) | www.cut.ac.cy
email: andri.i.ioannou@cut.ac.cy tel. +357 2500 2276, +357 2500 2059


One (1) post in the area of “Human Computer Interaction”

Human Computer Interaction for this post is as defined by the research priorities of the Cyprus Interaction Lab

Candidates for this post should possess:

● Postgraduate Degree of Master’s level from accredited Universities in Computer Science or Multimedia or Internet Studies or Sociology or any related field.
● Ability to organize and carry out research work independently.
● Very good knowledge of English language.
● Prior experience in submitting research proposals or participating in research programs will be considered as an additional qualification.

The successful candidates will be assigned to the “Cyprus Interaction Lab” and the Social Computing Research Center of Cyprus University of Technology. In parallel with their studies the successful candidates may be employed in currently active research programs and will be assigned teaching-related duties at the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts with appropriate reimbursement. In addition the successful candidates may have the opportunity to carry out part of their research work abroad through sponsored exchange programs. For more information about the post and employment opportunities please contact:

Prof. Panayiotis Zaphiris
Director, Cyprus Interaction Lab,
Dept. of Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Email: panayiotis.zaphiris@cut.ac.cy
Tel: +357 25002385


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