[robotics-worldwide] Intel Job posting

Chen, Mei mei.chen at intel.com
Sat May 7 20:05:31 PDT 2011


Please have the job requisition below posted to the robotics-worldwide mailing list.



Research Scientist, Intel Science & Technology Center, Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Intel Corporation is making a multi-million dollar investment to create a multi-disciplinary center on embedded computing at Carnegie Mellon University.  The Intel Science & Technology Center on Embedded Computing will encompass work in perception, machine learning, robotics, and the development of deeply embedded systems.

Job Description 
Intel Labs is seeking a motivated researcher to join the Intel Science and Technology Center (ISTC) in Embedded Computing on campus of Carnegie Mellon University. 
As an individual contributor within the Embedded Computing ISTC, the Intel research scientist will be responsible to drive and execute the research agenda outlined by the Principal Investigators, closely collaborate with faculty funded by the ISTC, and help supervise students and engineering staff when applicable. Successful candidates should be recognized technical experts in robotics with a proven track record of driving and executing successful research projects, in either an industrial or academic setting. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to collaborate with interdisciplinary teams; have strong mentoring skills and a proven ability to work in a matrix organization. Excellent oral and written communication skills are a must.
This is a full-time temporary assignment located at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Successful applicants would be expected to relocate to CMU for the duration of the assignment (3-5 years). Upon completion of the assignment, a reasonable attempt will be made to place the employee in a desired position within Intel Labs at one of the major Intel Labs sites (Hillsboro, OR, or Santa Clara, CA). The employee would be expected to relocate to that site, with relocation costs covered by Intel Labs. Under normal circumstances, employee placement decisions should be made before the ISTC assignment completion date. Employees who reject a comparable job offer will have 2 months from their return date to find a position and if no position is identified will be eligible for redeployment or the equivalent benefit.

*	PhD in Robotics, Computer Science, or a related discipline.
*	2-10 years hands-on experience in working with real robotic systems with a demonstrated ability to successfully execute research projects in an industrial or academic setting.
*	2-10 years hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas: robot navigation, planning, localization, manipulation, mobile robots, autonomous robots, human-robot interaction, robot learning. 

Send cover letter and CV/resume to Dr. Mei Chen (mei.chen at intel.com)

More information about the robotics-worldwide mailing list