PhD Study in AI powered Physiological Computing and Assistive Technology

PhD Study available at UCL Computer Science in 2020/21 Call: talented students are invited to propose a PhD research project in areas related to AI powered Physiological & Affective Computing, with the aim to create novel assistive technology and boost

Dr. Youngjun Cho, Profile in 2020

Dr. Youngjun Cho is a lecturer (assistant professor) in the department of Computer Science at UCL (University College London) and in Global Disability Innovation. He explores, builds and evaluates novel techniques and technologies for the next generation of Artificial Intelligence-powered

UCL ranked in world’s top 5 universities (in 2018)

I value reports provided by the URAP (University Ranking by Academic Performance) which assesses research/academic performance of universities. – Indeed, back to those years when I searched for my phd study, I read the reports which I found very worthy.   The most prestigious,

Youngjun Cho: Profile in 2015

Youngjun Cho Youngjun is currently pursuing his PhD in UCLIC and the faculty of Brain Sciences at UCL. He received an MSc in Robotics from  KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) in 2011. Before joining UCLIC, he worked