[robotics-worldwide] Open position for a doctoral researcher at TU München
kirsch at in.tum.de
Fri Jun 4 06:40:09 PDT 2010
The Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group (Department of Informatics, TU
München) is looking for a doctoral researcher.
Embedded into the Intelligent Autonomous Systems Group the junior
research group "Planning for Adaptive Robot Assistance" develops
autonomous robots showing flexible, reliable behavior in everyday
environments, especially in the collaboration with humans. The group is
supported by the Institute of Advanced Study of TU München and is
integrated into the cluster of excellence "Cognition for Technical
Systems", where more than 120 researchers from different disciplines and
5 renowned research institutes collaborate. Moreover, the group
cooperates with leading international research groups.
Your duties comprise research activities in the area of modelling human
and robot actions to enhance the planning behavior of robots cooperating
You should have at least a Master's degree in computer science or
related fields and experience in one or several of the following
research areas: artificial intelligence, knowledge representation,
machine learning, model-based programming, human-robot interaction.
Programming skills and fluency in English are required.
We offer a full-time employment as scientific research staff with the
option of obtaining a doctoral degree. Part-time employment is generally
possible. The employment is limited to two years with the possibility of
extension to four years. The position is to be filled at the earliest
date possible. Salary will be according to TV-L. TU München aims for a
higher proportion of women. Therefore, applications from women are
explicitely appreciated. Severely disabled people will be considered
preferentially if qualifications are basically equal.
Please send your application until July 31 2010 to
Technische Universität München
Institut für Informatik
Intelligente Autonome Systeme (I9)
or by e-mail to:
kirsch at in.tum.de
For further questions please contact Alexandra Kirsch (+49 89 289 17779,
kirsch at in.tum.de) or consult our website:
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