HUMAN+ will recruit up to 18 experienced researchers over 2 calls, each for a duration of two years. We invite research proposals addressing one of two broad strands:
Questions that consider technological developments from the humanistic perspective.
Research for the development of computing technology with insights informed by the arts and humanities.
Research proposals under each strand must be positioned within a HUMAN+ Research Area. The following is an indicative list of these areas:
+ Artificial Intelligence and Health
+ Ageing and Health
+ Privacy and Ethics
+ Data Protection & Ethics & Semantic Data Mappings
+ Adaptive Systems; Strategies for Adaptation; Personalised Visualization of Information; Supporting Digital Humanities with innovative Knowledge and Data Solutions; Personalised eLearning/Technology Enhanced Learning; Adaptive Hypermedia
+ Inter-cultural and inter-religious ethics, social and political ethics, human rights and gender.
+ Human/Computer Interaction
+ Design of technologies for mental health
+ Artificial Intelligence; Computational Linguistics; computational stylistics; Corpus Linguistics; forensic linguistics; Linguistic analyses of contemporary literature
+ Computer graphics, character animation, virtual humans, AR/VR, and perceptually-adaptive graphics
+ Graphics and perception, Computer Animation, Crowd and Human simulation
+ Application of health psychology and behavioural science to the fields of digital health and digital integrated care
+ Speech Communication, design and application of mathematical algorithms to enhance or augment speech communication between humans and technology.
research training in Dublin.
HUMAN+ will build a critical cohort of future employees who understand technology as well as humanistic principles.