[robotics-worldwide] Open Positions at the DFKI Robotics Lab - Underwater Robotics

Dirk Spenneberg dirk.spenneberg at dfki.de
Fri Jul 21 04:03:28 PDT 2006


Open Position Announcement – Underwater Robotics

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
DFKI Robotics Lab (http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/dfki-robotik/)
Bremen, Germany

At the DFKI Robotics Lab 2 positions as Researchers in an underwater 
robotics project will be available from 1^st of September.

The research activities in this project concentrate on manipulator 
control, visual servoing approaches for manipulator control and scene 
recognition in a dynamical changing underwater environment. The goal is 
to build a highly mobile autonomous manipulator system for deep sea 
applications.

Practical experiences in the following areas are desired:

- Image Processing
- Visual Servoing Algorithms
- Manipulator Control
- Manipulator Motion Planning

Strong programming skills in C/C++ are mandatory.

Possible additional assets are:

- experience with autonomous control

- experience with behavior-based architectures
- experience with embedded hard- and software,

- experience with hydraulic manipulators,
- experience with underwater robotics,
- experience with RTOS.

The requisites for the positions are a graduation in a relevant area or 
a master / diploma in computer science.

We offer the opportunity to gain research experience in a young team in a
modern and enthusiastic research environment with strong industrial and
international links. Responsibilities include project work and research,
publication of research results and teaching.

Please address questions about the positions and send your application
(preferably by email) to

Renate Post-Gonzalez <postgon at informatik.uni-bremen.de> 
<mailto:postgon at informatik.uni-bremen.de>
Sekretariat Prof. Dr. Kirchner
DFKI Robotics Lab
Robert Hooke Str. 5
28359 Bremen
Germany


-- 
Dirk Spenneberg
DFKI Bremen
Robotics Lab 
Robert Hooke Str. 5
28359 Bremen

Tel:0421-218-64102
Fax:0421-218-64150





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