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PhD in administration - Information Technology

Students wanted

You may propose your own research projects. However, this specialization is actively seeking students interested in the research topics listed on this page.

Responsible adoption and diffusion of information technologies

Description

Explore the factors influencing the social acceptability of contentious information technology such as highly automated decision-making systems.

Research environment
  • Research professorship in responsible adoption and diffusion of information technologies
Supervising professor

Camille Grange

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Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR)

Description

Research in the field of User Experience (UX) with a focus on Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR). By joining our team, you will be working in a highly collaborative and stimulating environment, strengthened by team-driven activities, where knowledge-sharing and joint problem solving are the norm. Our state-of-the-art #UserExperience (#UX) lab will provide you with the opportunity to engage in rigorous studies exploring innovative ideas. We are looking for students with a master’s degree in related disciplines as human computer interaction, management information systems, data science, computer science, psychology, neuroscience, brain-computer interaction, physiological computing, artificial intelligence, industrial design or a related field.

Related areas

  • Computer Science
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Management Information Systems
  • Data Science
  • Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality
  • Neuroscience
Research environment

Tech3Lab

Supervising professor

Constantinos K. Coursaris

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Information technology in the healthcare context

Description

Develop new knowledge in the area of health IT to enable clinicians, policy makers and governments to use our finite resources more effectively and efficiently, with a view to providing better, safer and more consistent healthcare services.

Related areas

  • Electronic medical records
  • Personal health records
  • Telemedicine
  • Consumer wearables and mobile apps
  • Decision support systems
Research environment

Research Chair in Digital Health

Supervising professor

Guy Paré

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Open data use within cities

Description

Explore how cities and urban centres can use open data to improve performance and public services.

Supervising professor

Ryad Titah

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Program details
Type
PhD
Credits  
90 credits
Schedule
  • Full time
Time
  • Day
Level
PhD

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