[robotics-worldwide] Tenure track position in intelligent mobile machines and energy systems

Aarne Halme aarne.halme at tkk.fi
Tue Mar 1 12:35:32 PST 2011

Aalto University (formerly Helsinki University of Technology) School of
Electrical Engineering invites applications for

Tenure track associate or full professor in intelligent mobile machines and
energy systems
The tenure track is open to talented individuals who have excellent
potential for a scientific career. Throughout their careers, those under the
academic tenure track system are expected to exercise and guide scientific
research, to provide academic education, to be an active member of the
international scientific community and to interact with society. The
position is located in the Department of Automation and Systems Engineering

Faculty responsibilities include developing and maintaining an
internationally recognized research program in the field and service
robotics and mobile energy systems, and effective teaching at the
undergraduate and graduate level in the same area.

Field and service robotics research and teaching include methodological as
well engineering oriented activities in the areas of all subsystem
technologies of such robots or robotic machines. Activities in mobile energy
systems include hybrid systems of different scales ranging from low power
mobile electronics applications to high power robotic ones. The Department
has been awarded Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in Intelligent
machines (http://www.automation.hut.fi). The successful candidate must
demonstrate a record of sustained research funding. 
More details how to apply can be found in the university web-site
le_machines_and_energy_systems/ . 
For additional information, please contact Head of Department, Professor
Heikki Koivo, tel. +358 50 5151 270, or HR-coordinator Kirsti Ojala, tel.
+358 40834 1161 or e-mails: firstname.lastname at tkk.fi.

Professor Aarne Halme
Aalto University
Department of Automation and Systems Technology
Centre of Excellence in Generic Intelligent Machines Research
email.  aarne.halme at hut.fi

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