The TECI Lab admission cycle will begin in January 2019 for a Fall 2019 start. Positions are highly competitive.
PhD applicants must have completed research in one of Dr. Antle’s research areas and have published one or more papers in high quality venues.
Masters applicants are welcome from fields including computer science, computer engineering, human computer interaction, cognitive systems, cognitive science, neuroscience, child psychology, learning sciences, educational technology, interaction design, graphical design, industrial design or sound design.
Interested applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss their application before applying to SFU.
Emails should include the following six items (failure to include one or more will mean your email does not get a reply):
- a description of research interests related to the lab’s existing research
- a curriculum vitae
- a copy of your unofficial transcript (prefer A/4.0 cGPA)
- a sample of your written work and TOEFL or IELTS scores for ESL students
- a 1-2 page summary of your master’s thesis research methodology [PhD applicants only]
- your favourite children’s digital media application with a short explanation of what you like about it