[robotics-worldwide] PhD position at EPFL-LIS in deformable vision systems

Dario Floreano Dario.Floreano at epfl.ch
Fri May 16 02:09:11 PDT 2008


Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship at the Laboratory of
Intelligent Systems, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland: http://lis.epfl.ch

The project will consists in the design, prototyping, and  
characterization of
flexible vision systems which are spatially extended over deformable  
surfaces.

Candidates should have a degree in electrical engineering, micro- 
engineering,
optical engineering, or material science with hands-on experience in  
design of
electronic circuits. Candidates must have a good command of spoken/ 
written English
language.

In order to be eligible for this position, candidates must be accepted  
by the
EPFL doctoral program in Manufacturing Systems and Robotics: http://phd.epfl.ch/page55511.html
In the application form, please mention the name of Prof. Dario Floreano
and of this specific project.

A copy of the application files should also be e-mailed to Dario.Floreano at epfl.ch 
.
Please mention the name of the project in the subject field of the e- 
mail.

The EPFL Laboratory of Intelligent Systems works on the design and
artificial intelligence of bio-inspired micro-robots as well as in the
application of those technologies to biomedical engineering. It has
access to state of the art facilities for prototyping of electronic and
mechanical components.


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Prof. Dario Floreano                                   Tel: +41 21 693  
5230
Laboratory of Intelligent Systems             Fax: +41 21 693 5859
Station 11, EPF/ETH Lausanne                Sec: +41 21 693 5966
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology     Dario.Floreano at epfl.ch
CH-1015 Switzerland                                  http://lis.epfl.ch
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