Thank you for your interest in the Visiting Fellowship Program offered by the Cyprus Interaction Lab (CIL) of the Cyprus University of Technology.
The Visiting Fellowship program allows researchers and practitioners in the area of Human Computer Interaction and Instructional Technology to be hosted at the CIL Lab and access its facilities and equipment for the purpose of completing a research project. CIL Visiting Fellowships are unpaid fellowships.
International applicants are encouraged to apply for external funding (e.g., Intra-European Fellowships for career development (IEF) – Marie Curie Actions and International Incoming Fellowships (IIF) – Marie Curie Actions)
The Visiting Fellowship program aims to encourage collaboration between CIL and other Labs around the world and to promote research in the following areas.
- Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
- Inclusive design/Accessibility
- Educational Technology
- Social aspects of computing
- Technology-enhanced learning
- Technology integration in K-20
- Educational Robotics
- Advanced Technologies for Learning
- Computer Games and their social and pedagogical dimensions
- Computer Mediated Communication (CMC)
- Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL)
- Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW)
The Visiting Fellowship can take place at any time of the year and its duration can vary from 2 weeks to a year depending on the project and availability of space and equipment. The Fellowship does not cover any costs for accommodation or traveling expenses but can make arrangements with the University to rent a studio nearby at a lower cost.
The duration of the Visiting Fellowship can vary from 2 weeks to a year depending on the project and the availability of space and equipment.
Benefits – The Visiting Fellow will:
- Work independently on his/her own project
- Be able to collaborate with other members of the Lab
- Be able to use the CIL Lab facilities
- Be given an office space with computer and internet access
- Have access to the University Library
- Housing accommodation is not offered. However, the University has a housing service which can help Visiting Fellows to find appropriate accommodation. Please contact us in case you need any help with accommodation.
- The Visiting Fellowship does not cover living or traveling expenses
Number of applicants at one time: Up to two visiting fellows per time
Eligibility/ Who can apply: The Visiting Fellowship is available to:
- academics and researchers in the fields of HCI and Educational Technology
- practitioners in the fields of HCI and Educational Technology.
English or Greek
The Visiting Fellowship has an open call so we receive applications throughout the year. Please allow one month from the time you send your application to process it and send you a notification of the decision. If for some reason we do not respond within a month, please contact us again.
Who to contact:
Andri Ioannou, Assistant Professor, Lab Director
Research Interests: Learning Technologies, Technology Enhanced Learning, CSCL, Game- based Learning, Digital media and learning
Panayiotis Zaphiris, Professor
Research Interests: Human Computer Interaction, Social Computing and Inclusive Design with an emphasis on the design of interactive systems for people with disabilities.