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The successful candidate will have substantial prior training in human computer interaction (HCI) and should have experience with usability evaluations, comparative evaluations, field research, and qualitative data analysis. Knowledge of the technical aspects of security systems is an asset; however, the priorities will be on skills necessary to perform both qualitative and quantitative research. While programming skills are not central to the position, some familiarity with software development and project management is needed.
We are looking specifically for a self-starter who is able to organize the research and lead the student researchers. Therefore, excellent communication and interpersonal skills are critical. Experience with collaborative research projects is beneficial. The successful candidate is expected to publish in international conferences and journals with the team of researchers on the project. This position is ideal for someone looking for a stepping stone to a faculty position as there are many aspects that are the same as a junior faculty position.
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