Academic Opportunities in Human Computer Interaction (FIT)
Job No.: 579697 Location: Caulfield campus Employment Type: Full-time Duration: Continuing appointment Remuneration: $97,203 - $115,429 pa Level B (plus 17% employer superannuation) $119,072 - $137,298 pa Level C (plus 17% employer superannuation) $143,376 - $157,950 pa Level D (plus 17% employer superannuation) Monash University strongly advocates diversity, equality, fairness and openness . We fully support the gender equity principles of the Athena SWAN Charter and invite you to join us in celebrating women in STEMM .
The Opportunity The Faculty of Information Technology is in the top 60 in the world for computer science (2019 QS global rankings). We have over 130 academics working in Human-Computer Interaction and Creative Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Language Technologies, Data Science and Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, and Organisational and Social Informatics. Our growth has accelerated rapidly this past year, including establishing new groups in HCI, Human-Centred AI, Spoken and Multimodal Dialogue, Assistive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, and Digital Healthâ€”led by international leaders in the field Sharon Oviatt, Phil Cohen, and Patrick Olivier, and others.
Multiple Faculty Openings are available at a Level B Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor in North America), Level C Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Associate Professor in North America) or Level D Associate Professor (equivalent to Professor in North America), with a preference for the following areas of expertise: (1) Multimodal-multisensor interfaces and data analytics for predicting user cognition and health/mental health status (2) Multimodal-multisensor machine learning and fusion-based systems (3) Spoken and multimodal conversational dialogue interfaces (4) Brain-computer interfaces and adaptive interfaces The successful candidate will join a rapidly expanding multidisciplinary group in the above areas. When applying, please indicate your research area of interest above. Professor Sharon Oviatt, Director of Human Centred A.
I. and ACM Fellow, is the contact person and supervisor. The successful incumbent should be an energetic and innovative academic, with a PhD in computer science, engineering, information sciences, cognitive or linguistic or health sciences, or a related field â€“ plus several years of post-PhD research or work experience, commensurate with level of appointment.
The candidate also should have strong methodological skills, and an interest in pioneering in emerging research areas. All candidates must have a strong publication record in top conferences and journals, excellent teamwork and communication/writing skills, and teaching/mentoring experience. Evidence of grants and industry partnerships is preferred.
Faculty are expected to make significant contributions to teaching, and are responsible for conducting and fostering excellence in research, teaching and mentoring, and professional activities. More senior faculty al....