PhD (+5 years) researcher in Psychology

At HEI-Lab we develop digital systems (e.g. virtual, augmented, mixed reality apps), shaped on ecological design solutions, mimicking physical and psychological environments, to optimize the human-context relation and provide deeper and alternative insights on this interrelation. Models of human behavior (focusing on psychological processes underlying various forms of ab/normal behavior and well-being across the lifespan) are studied and tested at the intersection between psychology, technology, and design, and the knowledge thus gained is used to develop and release new eHealth interventions to be applied to the contexts of clinical/health, social/organizational, and justice/forensic psychology. The candidate will be engaged in developing and validating R&D activities that fall under the scope of HEI-LAB.The candidate is encouraged to propose and discuss new lines of action and to find additional lines of funding; manage the preparation of applications for research projects in the framework of national and international funding programs; preparation of a plan of publications of national and international character; participation and organization of scientific events; orientation of doctoral theses.

Noticia Projeto Escolas – Workshop 2 – Aveiro

The second workshop of the Delli Metasystem for Education Innovation applied research project was carried out in the school of Aveiro – José Estevão – Starting from the diagnostic contrast analysis resulting from the previous workshop, we delved deeply into the pedagogical practices and the teaching-learning model as a lever of innovation in education in the high school context.
This applied research project from HEI-LAV CIEC – center for knowledge transfer focused on innovation in education and citizenship / ULHT  aims to validate the methodology, models, processes and tools for future dissemination. Excellent contribution of the group of co-creation; students, teachers, directors, managers, politicians and business community. Field research team: Américo Mateus and Susana Leonor (HEI-LAB) and Lucas Costa Pena; Rita Costa and Luiana Cardoso (DELLI Master students).