University of New Brunswick’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab is looking for new graduate Computer Science students (Master’s or PhD) and undergraduate student (honour's or summer research assistants) to join the group. Applications are due in January for the following summer or fall semester (but earlier contact is preferable). View UNB’s prospective students page for more information on graduate studies. Positions are highly competitive, and based on your background, previous performance, and demonstrated interest and skill match in our current or past projects.
Interested applicants should first examine our past publications and projects to see if your interests align with the type of work and projects we conduct. Next you should email Scott Bateman <firstname.lastname@example.org> and/or Daniel J. Rea <email@example.com> to discuss your application and the possibility for supervision before applying to UNB. Emails should be sent to Scott Bateman or Daniel Rea between September and January for entrance in the upcoming fall (typically students outside of Canada are not able to get immigration sorted before the fall semester). UNB undergraduate students and canadian students typically need less time (around 4 months) to be accepted into the program.
The email should include the following four items (failure to include one or more will mean your email might not get a reply):
Once you have discussed your interest in joining HCI Lab with Scott or Daniel, you will follow the University of New Brunswick graduate student application process.
We are looking for strong programmers, designers and UX researchers. In order to be considered you must have: