2022 University Of Copenhagen Denmark PhD Fellowships in Human-Centered Computing in Denmark.

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Deadline: May 15, 2022.

Scholarship Benefits:

University of Copenhagen will provide financial assistance to international Student.

Eligible Nationalities:

All Nationalities

Degree Level:

University of Copenhagen Denmark PhD fellowship in Human-Centered Computing 2022/2023 is available to undertake PhD level programs at University of Copenhagen.

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship programme.

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants should hold an MSc, MA or MFA degree in a relevant area with good results and good English skills. A multidisciplinary background that spans Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), artistic practices, and Research-through-design background is preferred. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any), documentation of creative technological output (if any) and experience with artist’s residency addressing relevant topics (if any).

Scholarship Description:

Department of Computer Science, Human Centered Design Section invites applicants for a PhD fellowship in Artistic explorations & Design for the Future of hybrid work. The project is part of the researcßh project “ReWork”, which is financed by the Innovation fund Denmark under DIREC.

Start date is (expected to be) 1.8.2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The project:

Working remotely, and in hybrid work arrangements, is the future. ReWork focus on developing the “Futures of Hybrid Work”, where we will design and develop artefacts and processes to support organizations in exploring and preparing for successful collaboration in the future. Examples of investigations includes the role and representation of embodiment, artefact interaction, and physical surroundings in a digital/analog setting of hybrid cooperative work.

This PhD will utilize research-through-design strategies to explore how we can bring together artistic explorations and industrial insights to inform the design ofuture technologies supporting hybrid work practices. In particular, the PhD fellow will work closely together with ReWork artistic- and industry- partners in setting up and organizing several artist/industry workshops creating a creative space to challenge the future of hybrid work. The PhD fellow is expected to thrive and contribute to a highly cooperative research environments across universities.

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