Closing date for applications are: 27 September 2018, and the other closes on 02 October 2018.
The School of Computing wishes to appoint a Research Associate to work alongside Dr Palaniappan Ramaswamy, Professor Ian McLoughlin and Professor Howard Bowman (more details about the grant and faculty profiles are here) to develop signal processing algorithms to analyse electroencephalogram signals obtained from volunteer subjects during perception of different LED based brake lights in order to accurately measure the recognition ability and using this to improve the design of brake lights.
The main objective of such a technology would be to use the characterised factors to promote faster driver perception, allowing manufacturers to develop new LED based brake light designs in future that are safer.
This is a full time and fixed term post for a duration of 24 months and will provide the successful candidate with a rich collaborative environment: it is positioned within the vibrant and expanding Data Science Research Group at University of Kent’s School of Computing Medway campus.
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