[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] PhD Scholarship on Robotic Vision for Design Robotics
PhD Scholarship on Robotic Vision for Design Robotics
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
AUD$35,238 per year + payment of tuition fees for 3 years of the PhD
Robotic technology has been successfully used in repetitive manufacturing by large enterprises for decades. The opportunity for future advanced manufacturing is to use robotic vision systems and software user interfaces to reduce the integration time between design and custom manufacturing processes enabling SMEs to engage with the technology for competitive advantage.
Design robotics is the application of existing robotics technologies to design-led manufacturing. Design robotics will allow Australian SMEs to increase value differentiation through specialised manufacture of high-value products, but requires advances in software and sensing systems.
The project will be conducted in collaboration with industry partner Urban Art Projects (UAP), Brisbane. Students with an interest in any of the following areas of design research are strongly encouraged to apply:
- vision for robotics and automation,
- learning and adaptive systems,
- robust vision,
- real time vision,
- vision and action.
Your PhD will explore how design robotics will inform the advancement of design-led manufacturing in an applied industry context. The PhD will investigate and implement robotic vision solutions to make robots more useful for mass customisation manufacturing.
UAP will offer contexts for investigation, participation in the research and a 'living lab' partial placement within UAP for the successful applicant. The scholarship will be supervised by Prof Jonathan Roberts (Robotics), project leader Dr Jared Donovan (Interaction Design), and Dr Glenda Caldwell (Architecture).
Eligibility and application criteria
- Applicants can be Australian or international students that have first-class honours (H1) or equivalent.
For more information regarding scholarship requirements please visit:
Jonathan Roberts | Professor in Robotics
Discipline Leader - Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | Science and Engineering Faculty
Queensland University of Technology | Gardens Point S Block Room 1102 | 2 George Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000, Australia
Phone: + 61 7 3138 2437 | Email: [hidden email] CRICOS No. 00213J
Australian Centre for Robotic Vision - Chief Investigator
Senior Editor (Field Robotics) IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters (Member of the Founding Editorial Board)
Editorial Board of the Journal of Field Robotics
Adjunct Professor at The University of Queensland
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