[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] PhD position in robotic manipulation
Doctoral student position in Intelligent Robotics
To operate in environments built for humans, future robots will need to possess human-like capabilities in areas such as perception, manipulation and reasoning. Intelligent Robotics group at Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering works actively to develop intelligent robotic systems and robotic perception with a particular emphasis on developing methods and systems that cope with imperfect knowledge and uncertain senses.
Doctoral student position in Intelligent robotics
Intelligent Robotics group at Aalto University is looking for an excellent Ph.D. candidate related to adaptation in robotic manipulation. The research topic will be specifically defined based on the background and interests of the applicant after acceptance.
A candidate should have a M.Sc. or equivalent degree in a suitable area (e.g. robotics, computer science, automation, applied math, control engineering), or be a M.Sc. student in a final phase of their studies. The candidate should have strong analytical and writing skills, and experience or genuine interest in robotics. Expertise in machine learning is valued. Candidates are expected to also have good programming and mathematical skills.
The appointment is available immediately. The position is fixed-term and filled initially for 1 year with an option for extension until the end of 4-year PhD studies. The salary is determined according to the salary system of Aalto University. Employment includes occupational health and social security benefits.
The position is located in the Intelligent Robotics group at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation. The research environment provides excellent opportunities for open-minded co-operation with the highly motivated research staff as well as with top international partners. The group is very international and the working language is English.
The documents required are:
1) a free-form application/motivation letter;
2) a Curriculum Vitae (with contact details);
3) names and contact information (email) of at least two references;
4) transcript of records (courses and grades);
5) degree certificate (if available, translation into English if available);
6) a list of publications (if available);
7) Master's thesis (if available);
For additional information, please contact Associate Professor Ville Kyrki by e-mail [hidden email] or tel. +358 50 4082035.
Aalto University is the premier university in Finland in the areas of engineering, technology and business. Aalto has six schools with nearly 20 000 students and more than 400 professors. Our campuses are located in Espoo and Helsinki, Finland.
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