[robotics-worldwide] Open Research Positions in Robotics at UniSIENA / IIT (Deadline Nov. the 28th, 2011 at 1pm)

Domenico Prattichizzo prattichizzo at ing.unisi.it
Fri Nov 11 04:08:00 PST 2011


Open Research Positions in Robotics at UniSIENA / IIT 
(Deadline Nov. the 28th, 2011 at 1pm)

The Department of Information Engineering of the University of Siena
and the Department of Advanced Robotics of the Italian Institute of
Technology (IIT) in Genova are opening two positions for international
Ph.D. students.

Position/Theme 1: Analysis, design and control of robotic manipulation
systems and haptic interfaces

Position/Theme 2: Analysis, design and control of robotic manipulation
systems and haptic interfaces

The Ph.D. students will be involved in the research groups of active
European projects and will partecipate to the PhD program in
``Automatic control and robotics'' of the PhD school in Information
Engineering and Science at the University of Siena.

For more informations on the scientific environment and to discuss the
research program (which will have to be tailored to the successful
candidate's own experience and interests) please contact

Domenico Prattichizzo (prattichizzo at ing.unisi.it)

and 

Darwin Caldwell (darwin.caldwell at iit.it)

International applications are encouraged.
Applications will be evaluated on an ongoing basis until 
the positions are filled. Please email your application,
including cover letter, CV, scanned transcripts, diplomas,
publications, theses, other supporting material, and the contact
information for at least two references as a single PDF file with
"Application Ph.D. Position" in the subject line.

NOTE THAT FORMAL APPLICATIONS MUST be submitted before November
28, 2011 at 1pm, by using the on-line procedure available on the website of
the University of Siena:

http://dottorati.unisi.it/domande 

Follow [Bando Scadenza 28/11/2011 ore 13.00], 
then [Ingegneria e Scienza dell'Informazione] and choose
the educational program on -Automatic control and robotics- 
in the on line form.


Domenico Prattichizzo 
Darwin Caldwell 







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