Opportunities

The CEL is a fantastic place to study and conduct research. We welcome enquiries from prospective graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, visiting researchers and undergraduate students seeking research opportunities. A background in engineering, psychology, computer science or other physical or behavioural science is expected. The links below indicate where we have identified specific near-term opportunities.

Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Post-Doctoral Students Visiting Students

Graduate Students

The Cognitive Engineering Laboratory is not currently seeking MASc or PhD applicants. Please check back as opportunities do sometimes arise unexpectedly.

We encourage curious students to learn about our graduate programs by visiting http://www.mie.utoronto.ca/graduate/. Applications can be completed on line at https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca/default.aspx. For more information, contact Professor Greg A. Jamieson at jamieson@mie.utoronto.ca.

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Undergraduate Students

CEL extends an open invitation to excellent undergraduate students interested in one- or two-term Thesis (MIE498, ESC499) opportunities. Potential topics generally involve the application of adaptive automation concepts in the natural resource and cyber-security domains. Interested students should contact Prof. Jamieson at jamieson@mie.utoronto.ca.

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Post-Doctoral Students

The Cognitive Engineering Laboratory is not currently seeking Post-Doctoral Fello applicants. Please check back as opportunities do sometimes arise unexpectedly.

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Visiting Students

CEL welcomes visiting students with whom we share mutual research interests. Opportunities are always resource-limited and are usually limited to visiting graduate students with some means of financial support for their stay. CEL can offer logistical assistance and provide a workspace and academic resources.

Prospective visiting students should contact Professor Greg A. Jamieson at jamieson@mie.utoronto.ca.

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