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

Michael Jäntsch michael.jaentsch at in.tum.de
Wed Jan 13 07:06:54 PST 2010

For an EU funded project in the area of Robot Control, Robot Cognitive System 
Architectures and System Integration we are offering a postdoctoral
research position.

Application deadline: February 12th 2010, the position will begin as soon 
as possible.

The project ECCEROBOT (http://www.eccerobot.org) 
is an EU‐funded project to improve the design of a compliant robot system
based on the original CRONOS robot
The goal is to investigate methods for its control,
its sensor data processing and the autonomous development of its 
cognitive skills.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in computer science,
electrical engineering, or a closely related discipline.
He or she should possess excellent skills and practical experience in one
or more of the following research areas: robotics, real‐time image processing,
machine learning, or control.
Experience with programming and operating real‐world robots is desirable.

TU München 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 
For any enquiries or further information, send an E‐mail to:
Michael Jäntsch (michael.jaentsch at in.tum.de) or
Amy Beth Buecherl (buecherl at in.tum.de)
or visit our web site at http://wwwknoll.in.tum.de.

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