Temporary RA position to explore WiFi-based technology for human movement recognition in the context of chronic pain rehabilitation

From 1 September 2022 - December 2022 (part-time - 20 hours a week)

We are looking for a research assistant to help build a WiFi-based human-motion quality recognition system in the context of chronic pain rehabilitation.

The post-holder will be involved in: (i) setting up the hardware, and (ii) carrying out a data collection, and a preliminary data analysis to understand the level of contribution that such data could bring to the detection of protective behaviour. This work is part of the H2020 European Project EnTimeMent.

Deliverable: To set up of the data collection system; data collection from 10-15 participants; initial data analysis; and a written report.

Line Manager: Nadia Berthouze

Skillset required
MSc in Computer Science or related subject, experience in WiFi CSI data collection and analysis, body movement analysis, programming skills, machine learning skills, experience in writing research papers.

How to apply
Please send a 1 page statement and a CV to Professor Nadia Berthouze (n.berthouze@ucl.ac.uk) describing why you are interested in this position and how you meet the required skillset.

Closing date: 15 August
Online interview: Soon after
Starting date: 1 September 2022
Salary: Grade 6 scale, spine point dependent on experience.