[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Postdoctoral Research Fellow in SLAM at UTS:CAS
Postdoctoral Fellow in simultaneous localization and mapping
Centre for Autonomous Systems
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
University of Technology Sydney
The Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) at University of Technology Sydney (UTS) seeks to appoint one Postdoctoral Research Fellow with expertise in robotics localization and mapping, SLAM, visual navigation, or related fields; and experience in developing intelligent robotic software for industry applications, to further strengthen and expand CAS research.
As a member of CAS and Faculty of Engineering & IT (FEIT), you will be accountable for achieving UTS vision of becoming a leading international technology university.
* The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will contribute to research within the Centre for Autonomous Systems in the UTS Faculty of Engineering & IT:
* Conduct excellent and high impact research in the fields of robotics localization and mapping, SLAM, visual navigation, or the related fields
* Liaise with industry partners and reporting
* Develop collaborative research internally with colleagues within UTS, and externally with researchers in other universities
* Co-supervise research students
* Contribute as a team-player to the activities of the Centre
* Assist project Chief Investigators (CIs) to manage research projects
The UTS Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) within the School of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering (MME) is an internationally acclaimed robotics research group. CAS' vision is to be an internationally recognised leader, at a scale and quality to be globally significant, for robotics research, development and commercial application of "Autonomous and Human Interactive Robotics". Since its establishment in 2003, CAS has demonstrated international leadership in driving research advancements in robotics and in delivering real-world solutions to key challenges facing government, industry and the wider community. Examples include the fundamental research in Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM), autonomous robots for bridge maintenance and the autonomous bio-inspired climbing robots, both deployed in the Sydney Harbour Bridge. CAS currently has over 75 robotics researchers with international reputation in SLAM, Infrastructure Robotics, Assistive Robotics and Robot teams. CAS h
as developed a very strong engagement program with industry and governments. CAS prides itself on a culture of "cooperation, collaboration and ownership".
Salary Range: A$100,923 to A$115,486 pa (Academic Level B)
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