[robotics-worldwide] Research Fellowship on Anomaly Detection

Emanuele Ruffaldi e.ruffaldi at sssup.it
Wed Aug 1 07:20:13 PDT 2012

2-year Research Fellowship on Machine Learning for Anomaly Detection

- apologies for cross posting -

Sorry for the short notice.

We are opening a 2 years position for a Research Fellowship on the topic 
of Machine Learning for Anomaly Detection.  The activity will take place 
in PERceptual RObotics (PERCRO) of Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa, Italy 

The objective of the research project is to study and implement 
innovative techniques for the identification and localization of 
anomalies in sensor data based on machine learning for the application 
in industrial and robotics domains. The objetive is to create models 
from sensor data and characterize possible anomalies in real-time. The 
starting point of the research is in the domain of audio from multiple 
sources for improving productive and energetic efficiency.  A connected 
objective of the research is the presentation of the results on mobile 
terminals supporting the understanding of phenomena integrating multiple 
sources of information. This activity will be performed in the context 
of a collaboration with a large italian industrial partner.

The planned candidate should have a PhD in Computer Science or 
Automation, or equivalent research experience. The salary is competitive 
23k€ net/year.

The submission for this position will be open between 23rd of August and 
7th September 2012, with the position starting from 1st November. The 
details will be posted on Scuola Superiore S. Anna institutional website 
For questions contact me at e.ruffaldi at sssup.it

Emanuele Ruffaldi

PhD, Assistant Professor of Applied Mechanics
PERCRO, TeCIP Institute (Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies)
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
via Luigi Alamanni 13D, San Giuliano Terme 56010 (PI), Italy
mob.: +39 340 46 72 468
tel.: +39 050 882 508
fax.: +39 050 882 564
http://www.percro.org http://www.teslacore.it

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