Tuesday, November 4, 2014

[DMANET] PhD student Position CS/HCI

The University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI), active in the fields of natural and built environments, economics, technological innovation, applied art, social work, healthcare, learning and education, theatre and music, opens a PdD. position at the Department of Innovative Technologies (DTI), Institute for Information Systems and Networking (ISIN), in Manno.

Occupancy degree of 100%.


- Participate in the SNSF SwissSenseSynergy project

- Contribute to the teaching activities of the continuing education program of the Institute.

- Actively contribute to the development of the Institute.


- Master's degree, Applied Sciences degree or equivalent in Computer science, mathematics or related areas with excellent results

- Good English skills, knowledge of Italian is preferred

- Strong interpersonal and communication skills

- Ability to work both independently and within a team

We offer

- The possibility to actively contribute to the development of the applied research activities of the Institute.

- Eventual contribution in teaching activities

- A young, dynamic and evolving workplace, working within a motivated and growing team

- A renewable fix-term contract

Additional information

The information for this position is published in the "Direttive Interne SUPSI" (direttiva 7A, art. 2) and in "Regolamento del personale SUPSI", at www.supsi.ch (follow SUPSI, Documenti ufficiali). For further information please contact the Director of the Institute for Information Systems and Networking:

Roberto Mastropietro

T +41 (0)58 666 65 78

Application must be submitted electronically by the 30th of November 2014 via the online form only at the following link:


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