[robotics-worldwide] Seeking Postdoc fellows

장 평훈 phchang at dgist.ac.kr
Thu Mar 31 01:02:16 PDT 2011


Postdoctoral or Postmaster Research Fellows in the areas of

l  Robots (Surgery and Rehabilitation, and Service Robots ) (Two persons)

l  MEMS, BioMEMS, Microrobot, and BMI (Two persons)

l  BioMedical Engineering (Biological Engineering, Tissue Engineering) (1
Person)

Department: Robotics Engineering Department  (http://dgist.ac.kr/~robot /)

Institution: Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)
Daegu, KOREA

 

The Robotics Engineering Department at DGIST is seeking several
postdoctoral or postmaster research fellows with experience/interest in
topics related to the areas listed above. Like KAIST, DGIST is a research
oriented university funded by the government. Differently from KAIST,
though, it is newly founded and has only four departments (Robotics, Brain
Science, Information Technology, and Green Energy) intended for full-scale
interdisciplinary research works. 

 

Research in these areas involve strong collaboration with teams of
electrical, mechanical and software engineers as well as medical doctors
and brain scientists. Therefore, the candidates have a strong opportunity
to have research experiences in a truly interdisciplinary environment. On
the same token, they are expected to have demonstrable technical expertise,
backed-up by a high quality publication record, and to possess competent
interpersonal skills and experiences working in multidisciplinary teams. 

 

Candidates are expected to have a Master or PhD degree in Mechanical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Engineering, Biomedical
Engineering, Physics, or a related field. Applicants demonstrating
excellence in other related areas are also encouraged to apply. 

 

The position is available for 1 year with a possible renewal and future
career options on successful completion. Salary will depend on the
candidate¹s experience. To apply, please email your CV to Prof. 

Pyung-Hun Chang (phchang at dgist.ac.kr). 

 

Best regards,

Pyung Chang, Ph. D.

Head and Professor

Department of Robotics Engineering

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) Daegu, KOREA



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