[robotics-worldwide] Graduate student scholarship in NTU, Singapore

Chen I-Ming (Assoc Prof) MICHEN at ntu.edu.sg
Sun Nov 2 00:46:19 PDT 2008

Graduate student scholarship in robotics/wearable sensor/actuators
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
The Modular Robotics and Locomotion Group in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at
Nanyang Technological Univ (NTU) is seeking graduate students in PhD level for the following projects:
(For project description, please refer to http://interactiverobotics.blogspot.com) 
1. Replicating and Processing of Human Body Motion for Participatory Interaction in Co-Space
- one PhD student in Wearable embedded sensor and actuator network for human motion replication
Preferred background - wearable embedded system design, and wireless sensor network
- one PhD student in Biomechanics and interaction for human motion replication 
Preferred background - robotics, biomechanics, or human-robot interaction
2. Micro Motor and Actuator for Therapeutic Ingestible Microcapsule
- One PhD student in Micro actuator design for micro digestive capsule 
Preferred background - robotics, electromagnetic actuators
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 2009 is 31 January 2009.
Prof. I-Ming Chen 
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Nanyang Technological University 
Nanyang Ave, Singapore 639798
Email: michen at ntu.edu.sg
URL: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/michen/
Blog: http://interactiverobotics.blogspot.com
PS1. Our group may have Research Fellow (PhD degree holder), Research Associate (Master degree holder),
or Project officer (Bachelor degree holder) openings in 2009. Please check back with Prof Chen
from time to time.

PS2. School of MAE, NTU will conduct a PhD student recruitment visit to
Beijing, Xian, and Hefei, China from Nov 10 to 15, 2008. If you are interested in 
joining our research group, please contact Prof Chen before Nov 8, 2008.

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