TorCHI  Toronto Region Computer Human Interaction

Huawei: Intern Researcher (Mobile HCI)

11 Jun 2018 2:10 PM | Harumi Takeshita (Administrator)

Company: Huawei
Location:  Markham, ON, Canada
Duration: Summer 2018 (June - August 2018)

ABOUT HUAWEI

  • #1 Telecom Equipment Manufacturer in the world
  • #2 Smartphone maker in the world
  • 180,000+ Full time employees worldwide, 70,000+ contractors
  • Revenue growth in 2016 is 32%; Total revenue 2016 is US $82 Billion
  • #88 on Forbes Most Valuable Brands list
  • Top 5 Most Innovative Company in the world (after Apple &Google) (2010)
  • Our products & solutions have been deployed in over 177 countries, and have served 48 of the world's top 50 telecom operators as well as one third of the world's population
  • The Huawei Canadian Research Center offers you the opportunity and resources to accomplish your technology innovation dreams. Huawei Canada’s rapid growth has created an excellent opportunity to build and grow your career and make a big impact to everyone’s life

 JOB DESCRIPTION
We are seeking for graduate student(s) who are interested in working for our HCI (Human Computer Interaction) research and development project including New Interaction Design, Mobile HCI, IoT and Voice/Vision Interaction.

Responsibilities
The intern(s) will join various HCI research processes based on their skills and interest, including:

  • Joining discussions/brain storming sessions to create new UI design ideas
  • Both qualitative and quantitative user research which may include literature survey, questionnaires, observations, interviews and usability tests
  • Quick prototyping to evaluate different design ideas
  • (Optional) Paper publication at the end of the term

Requirements
Graduate students (Master/Ph.D.) in HCI or related field (ex. Computer science, Engineering, Psychology etc.)

Nice-to-haves

  • Experience of conducting experiments/tests/surveys with human participants
    and/or
  • Experience in data visualization, graphical presentation, video editing

If interested, contact Sachi Mizobuchi (sachi.mizobuchi@huawei.com)

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