HEART: HEalth related Activity Recognition system based on IoT is an international, inter-sectoral, interdisciplinary project providing Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD Fellowships to 6 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs), with the potential to become the leaders of tomorrow in the Internet of Things domain applied to the Health sector.
HEART is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research & innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie – ITN Industrial Doctorate, Grant agreement No. 766139.
The HEART research program aims for a personalized approach of mobile health coaching programs that involve the user and that are tailored to individual needs (putting the user at the HEART of the system). Programs will leverage on a health integrated activity recognition platform that can detect activities from heterogeneous data, using scalable algorithms, while safeguarding the privacy of the person.
Six PhD students (also indicated as ESR, Early Stage Researchers) will collaborate within the HEART ITN research program: 4 PhD students in Information&Communication Technology (ICT), 1 Phd student in legal studies and 1 Phd student in the international business domain.
All foreseen fellowships have been already assigned with the exception of position “ESR 1- HEalth Behavior Analytics on heterogeneous”, which is still vacant. The call is re-opened and will stay open until a suitable candidate is found.
The provided information which refer to the other ESR positions (already assigned) is provided only to allow the candidate to better understand the research team he/she will join, in case of recruitment (you can also refer to the old call for application ).
ESR1 will be hired by Philips Electronics Nederland B.V. (the Netherlands);
PhD Enrollment: ESR1 will be enrolled at the Doctoral School of KU Leuven. Tuition fees –where foreseen- will be charged to HEART’s budget.
THE CALL FOR APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN UNTIL A SUITABLE CANDIDATE IS FOUND
HEART is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research & innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie – ITN, Industrial Doctorate (GA n. 766139).