What we offer - 3 GA scholarships (~$5,000/each) guaranteed over the 2-year program - Competitive entrance scholarship of $7,500 for the first year (80% GPA required) - $6,000/year of extra funding (up to $10,000/year based on performance) - Excellent career opportunities to collaborate with project partners and work in Automotive Human Factors Research Team - Dr. Francesco Biondi (Cognitive Ergonomics and Human Factors) - Dr. Chris Lee (Human Factors and Transportation Engineering) - Dr. Yong Hoon Kim (Transportation Engineering and Autonomous Vehicles) - Dr. Bala Balasingam (Machine Learning)
University of Windsor
The Cognitive Ergonomics and Transportation Labs at the University of Windsor are looking for 2 highly-motivated candidates for MS in Engineering or Kinesiology in Automotive Human Factors (start date: Fall 2019 or Winter 2020). The project is in collaboration with Major Automotive Companies and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Project goals are understanding and measuring the effect of using automated vehicle technology on driver workload.
Main duties and responsibilities
The student will work under the supervision of a multidisciplinary team of experts in Human Factors, Civil Engineering, and Machine Learning. Their duties will include (but are not limited to):
Applicants should submit (1) their CV, (2) description of research interest (1-page), and (3) email addresses of 2 references in one pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org