[robotics-worldwide] PhD position at TU Munich, Germany

Thorsten Röder roeder at in.tum.de
Sun Apr 19 10:57:06 PDT 2009


We are now accepting applications for a PhD position in the fields of
computer vision and embedded platforms at the
Department of Informatics at TU Muenchen, Germany.

Application deadline: the position will be filled as soon as possible.

The alliance project "AMIS" (engl.: Adaptive Microscope Control) is  
funded
by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) as a
strategic project in the area of embedded systems and computer vision.
Several German industry and academic partners are participating in  
this project.

The Chair of Robotics and Embedded Systems is responsible for  
development of data reduction
algorithms, segmentation and tracking of biological samples. These  
algorithms
will be implemented on embedded hardware platforms in order to guarantee
real-time constraints.

Applicants should have a M.Sc. degree in Computer Science,
Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics or equivalent, from a well known
University. The successful candidate should have experience in one or  
more of
the following areas: (i) computer vision algorithms, (ii) experience in
programming DSP/FPGA processors, (iii) data reduction, and (iv)  
experience in
C(++) programming.

TU Muenchen enjoys an excellent international reputation as an
academic leader and has been consistently ranked as one of the three  
best
universities in Germany.

Interested applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, an
academic transcript and two referees. A statement of the broad area of
your research interest should also be included.

For any enquiries or further information, send an e-mail to:
Thorsten Roeder (roeder at in.tum.de) or visit our web site at
http://wwwknoll.in.tum.de/ . 


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