[robotics-worldwide] Post-doc position (5 years) in Intelligent Robotics

Luís Seabra Lopes lsl at det.ua.pt
Sun Apr 13 07:27:57 PDT 2008


(* Please forward to potential candidates *)


POST-DOC RESEARCH POSITION
Intelligent Robotics
( Fellowship Reference: C2007-UA/IEETA/IR/01b )


Summary
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The Transverse Activity on Intelligent Robotics
(http://www.ieeta.pt/atri) of the IEETA Research
Unit / Universidade de Aveiro (http://www.ua.pt)
wishes to fill a five-year post-doctoral research
position. Candidates will be evaluated in terms
of relevance to the following main research lines:

** Anthropocentric robotics - Robots designed for
tight interaction/cooperation with humans in industrial,
service and domestic scenarios; also robots designed
based on analogies with human morphology, behavior
and intelligence.

** Multi-robot systems - Both in simulation and with
real robots, and on several application domains.


Candidates and applications
===========================
Candidates must have a solid background in intelligent
robotics, or in a field relevant to the above
mentioned research lines, with a PhD degree and 3 years
of post-doctoral experience in that area. Candidates
should note the general rules of Program "Ciencia 2007"
(http://www.fct.mctes.pt/ciencia2007/). The
salary is ~42500 Euros per year.

In support of their application, candidates must submit:
- Curiculum vitae
- 2 recommendation letters
- Statement letter

The application deadline is April 15, 2008.
The application must be sent to: lsl at ua.pt.

For more details, see:
http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=8558

 
__________________________________________
Luis Seabra Lopes (lsl at ua.pt)

Departamento de Electrónica, Telecomunicações e Informática
Universidade de Aveiro - 3810-193 Aveiro - Portugal
Phone: +351-234-370374 / Fax: +351-234-378157
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