Assistant Professor Aesthetics of Intelligence within Future Everyday Group
Future Everyday bridges the gap between emerging technologies and people’s everyday life.”
The Future Everyday cluster is a highly ambitious community of design researchers, concerned with understanding, exploring, and shaping an everyday life of individuals/small groups that encompasses the new reality of living and working, in spaces that are becoming more responsive, continuous and experiential in the future with emerging technologies. Currently, we focus on designing with technologies such as internet of things, wearables/soft things, small/local data, machine learning --- and designing for aesthetics in an everyday life with all the nuances and subtleties that are inherently dynamic, ever-changing and shaped by personal and collective values, needs and desires. We seek to better understand how to create the right conditions --- over time and space --- to allow human-technology relationships to grow and adapt to future situations.
Specific qualities for this position:
To strengthen the FE group we are looking for the following qualities and competences:
It is not necessary that you feature all the mentioned qualities and competences to qualify for one of the vacant positions.
With this general description we aim to draw the attention of potential, suitable (female) candidates whom we would like to invite to come in contact with our ambitious and fast growing department so that we can investigate a possible, mutual match.
A comprehensive job profile is available upon request
TU/e wants to attract talented female researchers because we believe that diverse workforce generates better problem-solving strategies and more creative ideas. It accelerates innovation and enables teams to better learning and growth. Recently TU/e has launched the Irène Curie Fellowship. This program is aimed at talented women who pursue an academic career at TU/e. This Fellowship facilitates women in their scientific career and consists of:
For more information about this program: https://www.tue.nl/en/working-at-tue/scientific-staff/irene-curie-fellowship/
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