[robotics-worldwide] Graduate student scholarship and Research Associates in Singapore

Chen I-Ming (Assoc Prof) MICHEN at ntu.edu.sg
Tue Jan 17 19:19:44 PST 2006

Graduate student scholarship and Research Associates
The Modular Robotics and Locomotion Group in the School of Mechanical
and Aerospace Engineering at
Nanyang Technological Univ (NTU) is seeking graduate students in master
and PhD levels and two full time 
Research Associates to assist in the development of fiber-optic based
wearable human motion processing 
For graduate study, the applications should be submitted to the
Admission Office of NTU online @
In addition, please forward a copy of the application material to
Professor I-Ming Chen (michen at ntu.edu.sg)
Deadline of admission for July 2006 is 31 January 2006
For Full time Research Associates,
The qualifications include a master in Mechanical Engineering/Electrical
Engineering/Biomedical Engineering 
or related discipline, with knowledge of a combination of at least two
of the following areas: fiber optics, 
embedded system design, kinematics and human motion study. The
appointment is for 2 years which may be renewed 
for an additional year. The commencing salary will depend on the
candidate's qualification and experience. 
The successful applicants will look at processing and interpretation of
the wearble fiber optical sensor data into human
anatomical movement and build the processing system into a wearable
computing platform for sensing and control
usage. He/she will be part of the team working on robotics/mechatronics
projects for entertainment and human assistive
technology and be able to access the excellent robotics research
facilities in NTU.
Applicants can download the application form at
and send all the relevant document to 
Prof. I-Ming Chen 
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Nanyang Technological University 
Nanyang Ave, Singapore 639798
Email: michen at ntu.edu.sg
Personal:  http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/michen/index.html
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