[robotics-worldwide] 5 postodoctoral positions at the Centre for Autonomous Systems

Danica Kragic danik at nada.kth.se
Sun Mar 15 08:23:34 PDT 2009

The Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) and Computational Vision and Active
Perception Laboratory (CVAP) at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm,
Sweden announces 5 postdoctoral positions in the following fields:

Sensor Guided Object Grasping and Manipulation 
Spatial Modeling, Navigation and SLAM
Fault diagnosis and recovery 
Reasoning and Planning
Active vision systems
Systems integration 

CAS performs research in autonomous systems including mobile
robot systems for  domestic and field applications.
Research at CVAP considers all aspects of computer vision and machine learning.
More information can be found at:


The candidates will work in the context of various national and 
European research projects such as
GRASP (www.grasp-project.eu), CogX(cogx.eu), PACO-PLUS 
(www.paco-plus.org). The focus of the
research will depend on the background of the candidate and personal
initaitive. The research environment will offer possibilities 
for strong international collaboration.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. or equivalent in one of the areas of
Computer Science, Automatic Control, Mathematics, 
Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learaning. Candidates are also expected
to be experienced with programming in C++ and Matlab.
The appointment will be full time for a period of one
year to three years.

Application and further information
Applications should include a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae, a
list of publications, and the names and contact information of two
referees. For more information, contact dani at kth.se.

The applications should be sent by email to dani at kth.se.

Danica Kragic
Professor, Director of the Centre for Autonomous systems
CAS-CVAP-KTH                          Phone: +46 (0)8 790 6729
SE-100 44 Stockholm, SWEDEN           Fax:   +46 (0)8 723 0302
WWW: http://www.csc.kth.se/~danik     Email:dani at kth.se

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