SPRITE+ funded "First Respond XR" project team is seeking two Research Assistants
Closing date: 27 October 2021
The SPRITE+ funded project "First RespondXR: Digital vulnerability of immersive training for first responders" led by Dr Leonie Tanczer (University College London), Professor David McIlhatton (Coventry University), Professor Jill Marshall (Royal Holloway University of London), Dr Mark McGill (University of Glasgow) and Dr Lena Podoletz (University of Edinburgh) is seeking two Research Associates to join their team.
"First Repond XR" will map the types of digital vulnerabilities that are likely to emerge from the use of Extended Reality in the training of law enforcement, and how these weaknesses can be overcome. Learn more about the project here.
Two Research Assistant positions are available, although the roles could be combined:
Contact: Dr Leonie Tanczer, Lecturer in International Security and Emerging Technologies, University College London. Email: email@example.com
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