- The Italian PON Project /PLACE/, regarding the development and the
control of an aerial prototype that can suitably perform sea samplings
for possible biological and chemical applications.
We are looking for a highly-motivated young scientist with a background
and a Ph.D. in automatic control and/or robotics, preferably with at
least two years of experience abroad. The candidate should have a
respectable publication record among the area of aerial robotics.
_Strong practical competencies in C/C++ programming, ROS, programming,
and piloting of UAVs for research purposes are essential and strongly
Qualified potential applicants holding a Ph.D. degree should provide the
1) Cover letter briefly describing their background and career plans
3) Link to their research website
4) List of publications
5) Date of availability
6) Names and contact information of at least two references
All documents should be submitted via email as a single compressed/pdf
file to Prof. Vincenzo Lippiello [[hidden email]] with the
subject: POSTDOC CANDIDATE (Aerial Robotics).
*About PRISMA Lab *
University of Naples Federico II is the third oldest university in Italy
and the oldest public university in Europe. The School of Engineering,
with a population of 11,000 students, is the oldest in Italy and
recently celebrated its second centennial since the foundation by King
Gioacchino Murat in 1811. The PRISMA team operates in the Department of
Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, where since almost 30
years is conducting research in robotics. Current interests include
force control, visual servoing, dual-arm/hand manipulation, human-robot
interaction, aerial robotics, and surgical robotics. The team has gained
worldwide recognition and is currently engaged in six projects supported
by the European Community. See www.prisma.unina.it for further information.