Join the GEElab - RMIT PhD Applications are now Open

    RMIT University is currently inviting applications for PhD scholarships.

The Games and Experimental Entertainment Lab (GEElab) would like to encourage applicants with at least a first class Honors or equivalent, but preferably a Masters qualification or equivalent, who are interested in undertaking game design and entertainment technology research.

Particular research interest areas include:

·      Gameful and playful design

·      Health and wellbeing

·      Livable cities

·      Education and learning

·      and combinations of the aforementioned

If successful you would become a member of the RMIT Games and Experimental Entertainment Lab (GEElab), directed by Dr Steffen P Walz with facilities located in Melbourne, Australia and in Karlsruhe, Germany. As a member of the GEElab you will be part of an expanding international group of postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers of diverse backgrounds.

Applications close 31 October 2014.

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