[robotics-worldwide] Faculty position in Cognitive Robotics at ENSTA-ParisTech
Adriana Tapus (ENSTA)
adriana.tapus at ensta-paristech.fr
Tue Mar 15 05:32:38 PDT 2011
The Laboratory of Electronics and Computer Science at ENSTA ParisTech is
opening a permanent faculty position in the field of cognitive robotics.
ENSTA ParisTech is one of the most renowned French institutes of engineering
education and research (Grande École). Located in Paris, it offers graduate
level scientific education, excellent research facilities and a broad
international network. It is a founding member of ParisTech, the Paris
Institute of Technology, which brings together twelve of the foremost French
Grandes Écoles covering nearly the whole spectrum of science and
The faculty position is opened in the Cognitive Robotics research group.
Specific areas of interest include:
* Machine learning
* Computer vision
* Semantic perception
* Multi-modal perception
* Cognitive systems
* Developmental robotics
* Human-Robot Interaction
Faculty duties include teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels,
research, and supervision of student research. Basic knowledge, or
willingness to learn french language are required as part of the teaching
will be in french. Candidates must have the ability to develop a leading
research program with a focus on technology development and translation into
concrete applications of autonomous robots and cognitive technical systems
(e.g. service and assistance robots, humanoid robots, entertainment robots).
Remuneration will depend on the candidate experience. For more information
and application : http://uei.ensta.fr/eng/positions.html
Inquiries about the scientific context of the position can be directed to
David Filliat (david.filliat at ensta-paristech.fr) and Adriana Tapus
(adriana.tapus at ensta-paristech.fr ).
Deadline for application : April, 15th, 2011.
ParisTech : http://www.paristech.fr/en/
ENSTA ParisTech : http://www.ensta.fr/en/
Cognitive Robotics Laboratory : http://cogrob.ensta.fr
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