sábado, noviembre 23, 2013

Doctorado interesante en Estados Unidos

FUNDING FOR A PH.D. STUDENT in "Architectural Robotics" entering
Clemson University (USA) in August 2014

Individuals trained in Architecture or the allied Design
disciplines (e.g. Industrial Design, Product Design, Interaction
Design, Media Arts, HCI and Human-Centered
Design/Computing/Engineering) and interested in pursuing a Ph.D.
focused on design research may apply now for one or more funded
openings, with August entry, to Clemson University. Full funding
and living stipend will be offered to qualified applicants
interested in engaging in research being undertaken within
CU-iMSE (the Institute for Intelligent Materials, Systems &
Environments). The successful candidate(s) will be expected to
focus on the design, prototyping and evaluation of "architectural
robotics" or, more broadly, interactive, cyber-physical
environments from furniture scale to the scale of the metropolis.
Successful applicants must have a professional 5-year bachelors
degree in a design field and/or a Masters degree in any of the
aforementioned disciplines. We particularly seek applicants with
strong design and communications skills who are well-versed in at
least one of the following: tangible/physical computing,
interaction design, human factors psychology, digital/parametric
design, media arts and/or digital fabrication. CU-iMSE research
projects are collaborative, developed in partnership with faculty
and students in Architecture, Electrical & Computing Engineering,
Materials Science & Engineering and Human Factors Psychology. The
degree of Ph.D. will be granted by Clemson's Ph.D. Program in
PDB&E (Planning, Design & the Built Environment). Clemson is a
top-25 U.S. public research university located between Atlanta
and Charlotte. For consideration, applicants must complete the
on-line application form; forward to the Graduate School official
GRE scores (and TOFEL scores, if English is not the primary
language); and email Dr. Keith Evan Green a design-research
portfolio (a pdf file of less than 5MB exhibiting creative,
published and/or research activities). For best consideration,
all materials should be received by January 15.

Prof. Keith Evan Green, CU-iMSE Director: kegreen@clemson.edu

Apply on-line: http://www.grad.clemson.edu/admission/

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