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Reference : UMR5191-MATQUI-001
Workplace : LYON 07
Date of publication : Monday, September 14, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 18 months
Expected date of employment : 1 December 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : between 2648 and 3768 euros per month according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
In the framework of the BODEGA ASLAN Project, the researcher carries out and support research activities regarding embodiment in multimodal interactions.
The researcher will:
- organise data collection, with respect to scientific and ethical stakes
- elaborate a relevant analytical methodology regarding corpus complexity and the multidisciplinar aspects of the project
- participate to transcription, annotation and analytical works, in collaboration with PhD students
- organise internal seminars, workshops and data sessions within the consortium
- participate to publication activities, conferences and other communication with other members of the project
- participate in writing activity reports
Are required :
- a PhD in linguistics, specialised in pragmatics, interaction or conversation analysis
- expert in data collection (recording techniques, ethics, personal data protection)
- expert in multimodal transcription and annotation (prosody, gestures, facial expressions)
- experience in computer trace analysis
- interest for modeling
- interest for multidisciplinary or mixed approaches (descriptive vs experimental ; language sciances ; cognitive psychology ; cognitive sciences ; social psychology)
This contract is proprosed within the framework of the ASLAN project called BODEGA : “Embodiment in collaborative serious games for soft skills training: impact study on engagement and alignment in gradual multimodal situations”. It aims to study the interactions occurring in a cooperative game situation, designed by the society SKILDER (partner of the project), whose main purpose is to observe, measure and eventually support socio-relational abilities (aka soft skills). Two sorts of data will be collected : 1) video recording of 'natural' interactions (organised in praesentia) and 2) raw data (including computer logs) recorded on SKILDER's servers.
The recorded interactions vary depending on modalities by which participants can contribute in the game (chat, voice, webcam) and whether they interact at distance or in the same room.
BODEGA involves three (3) partners : ICAR (UMR 5191), specialised in interaction aanalysis, LIRIS, team SICAL (UMR 5205), specialised in human-computer interaction (gamification and design of motivational affordances) and the start-up SKILDER (soft skills assessment). All three partners are based in Lyon. The researcher will work at ICAR Lab (ENS de Lyon, Descartes campus).
Constraints and risks
Meetings may be organised at different places in Lyon, according to the other partners of the project.
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