Masters scholarship in using in-the-wild sensing and AI-intelligence to explore productivity and wellbeing in hybrid work settings

This is one of four scholarships offered to support the development of the use of digitisation to support safe and efficient workplaces.

Due to the increasing nature of flexible work and the recent requirements from COVID-19 restrictions, workplaces are becoming more hybrid. This project aims to investigate innovative ways of ‘in-the-wild sensing’ to connect the cyber-physical world. The successful candidate will incorporate pervasive sensing and AI-intelligence to develop applications for the exploration of individuals’ productivity and wellbeing in hybrid work settings.

  • $31,500
  • 2 years.

One (1) on this topic. Three (3) others in the same project.

  • First-class honours or 2A honours or equivalent in a Computer Science qualification or a relevant discipline
  • Be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an international student meeting the minimum English language requirements
  • Provide evidence of good oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary research team
  • Meet RMIT’s entry requirements for the Master by Research.

To apply, please submit the following documents to Prof. Flora Salim via flora.salim@rmit.edu.au

  • A cover letter (research statement)
  • A copy of electronic academic transcripts
  • A CV that includes any publications/awards and the contact details of two referees.

For international applicants, evidence of English proficiency may be required.

Scholarship applications will only be successful if prospective candidates are provided with an offer for admission.

7 June 2021.

7 July 2021.

This is one of four Masters for the VHESIF projects.

This scholarship will be governed by RMIT University's Research Scholarship Terms and Conditions.

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