[robotics-worldwide] PhD Position at the AASS Learning Systems Lab, Örebro, Sweden

Achim J. Lilienthal achim.lilienthal at oru.se
Sat Oct 30 09:44:57 PDT 2010

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A PhD position is available at the AASS Learning Systems Lab, Örebro
University, Sweden (http://www.aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/)

Applications can be sent immediately and will be considered until the
position is fixed.

- PhD Position: "Rich 3D Perception for Safe Navigation in
Semi-Structured Outdoor Environments".
Full call:
Contact Person: Achim J. Lilienthal (e-mail: achim.lilienthal at oru.se
<mailto:achim.lilienthal at oru.se>, Web:

The AASS Learning Systems Lab

The Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS Research Centre,
http://aass.oru.se) carries out multi-disciplinary research at the
intersection of robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence,
computer vision, computer science, and measurement technology. The
research and human environment at AASS is young and enthusiastic.
Researchers come from different countries and have different scientific
and cultural backgrounds. AASS also frequently hosts international
researchers and is involved in several international projects.

The Learning Systems Lab is one of three research groups within AASS.
Our research is recognized world-wide with its focus on the development
of algorithms and robotic/sensor systems for real-world tasks. Major
directions are Robots for Autonomous Transportation, Mobile Robot
Olfaction, and Robotic Map Learning. Currently, the Learning Systems Lab
has a staff of 7 PhD students and 7 senior researchers. Further
information can be found at http://www.aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/.

Achim J. Lilienthal
Örebro University, AASS Learning Systems Lab, Sweden
  Learning Systems Lab <http://www.aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/>
  AASS Research Centre <http://www.aass.oru.se>
  ALL-4-eHAM Project Page <http://aass.oru.se/Research/Learning/all4eham/>

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