[robotics-worldwide] Position on Humanoid Robot Control

Stramigioli, S. (Stefano) S.Stramigioli at ewi.utwente.nl
Mon Nov 20 13:28:47 PST 2006


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*** Assistant Professor on Humanoid Robot control ***
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The position is intended to strengthen the 3TU Centre for Intelligent
Mechatronic Systems through education and research in Robot Control. The
research focuses on theory and application in humanoid robot control
using advanced methods based on analytical mechanics and port based
methodologies like port-Hamiltonian systems. The candidate will be
working within the chair of Advanced Robotics of the faculty of EE, Math
and Computer science. Besides working toward worldwide scientific
recognition of the local research activities through high level
scientific publications and acquisition of external projects, the
candidate is expected to participate as an active teacher for the
curriculum of mechatronics and electrical engineering. The candidate
will have a motivating environment and continually expanding
infrastructure to achieve challenging scientific goals and prototyping
of ideas.

The candidate is expected to have an internationally recognized Ph.D.
degree. The candidate is expected to have proven its research,
educational and organizational capabilities during and after his/her
doctoral research. He/she is expected to have a strong analytical
background possibly in analytical mechanics and a good attitude to
engineering and real prototypical testing of novel ideas. He/she should
have good communication capabilities for teaching, to work in a team and
to create and enforce international collaborations. Last but not least
the candidate should be able to acquire external funding for research in
this field and actively contribute to all the activities of the group.  

The candidate will get a full time appointment as an assistant professor
(UD) at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer
Science of the University of Twente. The employment conditions are in
accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities.
Salary depends on experience and qualifications of the candidate.
 
Information and application
For more detailed information, please contact Prof. dr. ir. S.
Stramigioli, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer
Science. Phone: +31 53 489 2794; e-mail: s.stramigioli at ewi.utwente.nl. 

Applicants should address their written applications preferably by email
to Prof. dr. ir. A. J. Mouthaan, Dean of the Faculty of Electrical
Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, P.O Box 217, 7500 AE
Enschede, The Netherlands, 
e-mail:A. J.Mouthaan at ewi.utwente.nl


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Prof.dr.ir. Stefano Stramigioli, (M.Sc., Ph.D.)
Full Professor for Advanced Robotics
IMPACT Strategic Research Officer on Smart Devices and Materials

Control Engineering Laboratory
Department of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of EEMCS
IMPACT Institute
Normal Postal Address:
P.O. Box 217
NL-7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands

Courrier Address:
de Veldmaat 10
7522NM Enschede
The Netherlands

Tel. +31 (53) 4892794/4892606
Fax. +31 (53) 4894830/4892223
FaxToEmail: +31 (84) 751 1369
Skype: s.stramigioli


Email S.Stramigioli at ieee.org
WWW: http://www.ce.utwente.nl/smi

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