[robotics-worldwide] Two Postdocs in Neuro-inspired/Vision/Robotics/Learning at HRL (Malibu, CA)

Kim, Kyungnam (Ken) kkim at hrl.com
Wed Nov 4 11:10:08 PST 2009


Post Doc - 0921F (code: 0921F)
Post Doc - 0921G (code: 0921G)

"Special Requirements": U.S. citizen or permanent resident status required.

Education Desired: Ph.D. in EE, Computer Science, Applied Math, Electrical Engineering, Computational Neurobiology or related fields.

Essential Job Functions: Primary job function is to develop neuro-inspired models and algorithms for sensory (particularly visual) processing, navigation, motor control, memory, and learning. Tasks will include the development, simulation, evaluation, and implementation of neuromorphic algorithms applied to a variety of applications. Additional job functions include writing invention disclosures and publishing papers.

Experience Desired: Research experience in one or more of the following areas: Neurobiological modeling of vision, audition, control, language, memory, learning or cognition; building neuro or biologically inspired cognitive systems (software and hybrid software/hardware) with applications to robotic control, navigation, and visual scene analysis; neuromorphic engineering and construction of brain-based devices; machine learning. Experience developing innovative solutions based upon the application of relevant research results from a wide variety of sources.

Knowledge Desired: Required: Background in brain modeling and simulation, computational neuroscience, cognitive modeling; machine learning; strong programming skills, particularly proficient with C, C++, JAVA, and/or Matlab

Essential Physical/ Mental Requirements: Good communication (verbal and written) skills, active participation in R & D team activities is required.

Please apply at
http://fmudmz.hrl.com/resumes/jobs/cars_jobs5.lasso

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Kyungnam (Ken) Kim, Ph.D.    Research Staff Member
HRL Laboratories, LLC, 3011 Malibu Canyon Rd. Malibu, CA 90265
(310)317-5024 | kkim at hrl.com | http://www.linkedin.com/in/KyungnamKim


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