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The ambitious goal of ONE is to reinvent interactive systems based on a small number of unified principles.
We are looking for two Ph.D. students to work on the different aspects of this project. One student will work on participatory design, conceptual modeling and empirical studies. The other will work on prototype development and evaluation, architecture and theoretical models. However the work can be divided in different ways depending on the skills of the candidates.
The successful candidate has a Masters degree in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) or Computer Science with a strong background in HCI, with good knowledge and some practice in any of the following:
The ambitious goal of ONE is to reinvent interactive systems based on a small number of unified principles, including the ability to share any digital content in real time. With unified and ubiquitous sharing, we can envision a new generation of applications that take advantage of our distributed digital environment, from smartphones to desktop and wall-size displays, from local storage to private and public cloud computing.
Webstrates is an advanced prototype created together with colleagues from Aarhus University in Denmark (Clemens Klokmose) and Telecom ParisTech in Paris (James Eagan) that demonstrates the power of real-time sharing of any web content and the use of transclusion for advanced software composition.
We are looking for a post-doctoral candidate to design and further explore the collaborative and distributed infrastructure of ONE. The key research themes are:
The work will take place at the ExSitu lab joint between Université Paris-Sud, CNRS and Inria and located on the new Université Paris-Saclay campus near Paris.
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