PhD Studentships: Multimodal Information Access (Dublin)

PhD Studentships in multimodal information access
Dublin City University – Adapt Centre
Closes: 29th February 2016
Apply for 4 year PhD Studentship
Benefits: Payment of tax free stipend and academic fees

The Adapt Centre at DCU is seeking applications for 4 PhD studentships in areas of multimodal information access as follows:
• Augmenting speech recognition with cross-modal features
• Cross-modal multimodal content delivery
• Dialogue-based multimodal information retrieval
• Proactive information retrieval

Successful applications will join the outstanding and energetic research teams within the laboratories of the ADAPT Centre at DCU with access to excellent computing facilities and travel support.

General enquiries concerning these posts can be addressed to Sinead Gorham.

The ADAPT Centre
ADAPT is Ireland’s global centre of excellence for digital content and media innovation. Led by Trinity College Dublin (TCD), it combines the expertise of researchers at four universities (Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Dublin, and Dublin Institute of Technology) with that of its industry partners to produce ground-breaking digital content innovation.

ADAPT brings together more than 120 researchers  who collectively have won more than €100m in funding and have a strong track record of transferring world-leading research and innovations to more than 140 companies. With EURO 50M in new research funding from Science Foundation Ireland and industry, ADAPT is seeking talented individuals to join its growing research team. Our research and technologies will continue to help businesses in all sectors and drive back the frontiers of future Web engagement.

Dublin City University (DCU)
Dublin City University (DCU) is a young and vibrant university with a strong culture of scholarship and enterprise, developed through its strong, active links with academic, research and industry partners in Ireland and around the world. DCU provides a unique learning environment where students are encouraged to develop their creativity and skills as innovators. Researchers at DCU are translating their ideas and discoveries into new solutions in business, technology and society through their engaged with spin out companies and established industrial clients.

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