The eligible applicants should hold a PhD degree in Mechanical, Electrical,
Computer Engineering or related fields and have experience in one or
several of the following areas:
- exoskeleton design and evaluation,
- rehabilitation or medical robotics,
- wearable robotics,
- development and implementation of tendon- and cable-driven systems,
- hardware data acquisition and processing,
- control system design,
- human sensing,
- CAD design and 3D-printing.
The position is initially offered at a one-year basis and is renewable for
a further 2 years, provided positive reviews.
Review of applications will begin immediately and applicants are encouraged
to apply before September 15th, 2017 to receive full consideration and for
early initiation of visa issuance process. The position will remain open
until filled. Expected start date is October 1st, 2017 but other starting
date can be discussed if required.
Interested applicants should submit their CV outlining their experience and
qualifications, list of publications, a statement of research, and the
names of three references to Jee-Hwan Ryu ([hidden email]).
If you have any questions regarding project details, salary, working
environment, or any other matters about this position, please contact Dr.
Igor Gaponov at [hidden email]
*Igor Gaponov, Ph. D.*
School of Mechanical Engineering
*KoreaTech *(Korea University of Technology and Education)
G306, Engineering Building 1
1600 Chungjeolno, Byeongchunmyun,
Cheonan, Chungnam, Rep. of Korea
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