[robotics-worldwide] Scientist Positions for Knowledge Transfer Projects
lafrenz at in.tum.de
lafrenz at in.tum.de
Wed May 26 07:31:54 PDT 2010
We are now accepting applications for several positions of
Scientist for Knowledge Transfer
in the Department of Informatics at Technische Universitaet Munich,
Germany for a very large, new type of European project to be filled
as soon as possible.
These EU-funded projects aim at strengthening the cooperation between
scientific research and industry. We will streamline knowledge and
know-how transfers between industrial manufacturers and institutes as
well as research organizations. These positions will require a
well-balanced mix of scientific and administrative work, such as acting
as a liaison between industrial manufacturers and research institutions
in a “Service Centre” here at TUM. This includes dealing with technical
and administrative issues, guiding and supporting small-scale technical
projects, coordination of joint activities, etc. English is required,
fluency in German would be helpful and some travel is involved.
The successful candidates should have a M.Sc. in Computer Science or a
related engineering discipline with knowledge in the areas of robotics
and automation, computer vision and control. In addition, knowledge of
system administration (Linux, Web) is an advantage. Any additional
administrative experience (especially in the context of EU funded projects)
would be helpful.
TU Munich enjoys an excellent international reputation as an academic
leader and has been consistently ranked as one of the three best
universities in Germany. It was appointed one of only three top universities
in the first round of the “Excellence Initiative” of the German Government
The Munich area itself offers high-quality of living, with unparalleled
outdoor recreational opportunities and a great night-life at a reasonable price.
Interested applicants should send their CV, an academic transcript and two
referees to Amy Buecherl at buecherl at in.tum.de.
Fakultät für Informatik
Robotik und Echtzeitsysteme
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Alois Knoll
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