[robotics-worldwide] Robotics PostDoc Opening at AUTH, GR

Z. Doulgeri doulgeri at eng.auth.gr
Sun Dec 9 01:40:49 PST 2012

A Post Doctoral Opening in Robotics

Automation and Robotics Lab,

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,



The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki, Greece is seeking to appoint a well motivated
full-time postdoctoral research fellow who will have a key research role in
the area of controlling commercially available arm/hand platforms for
human-like physically interactive robot services within the PIROS project
which is co-financed by the EU-ESF and Greek national funds through the
operational program "Education and Lifelong Learning" of the National
Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) - Research Funding Program ARISTEIA.


We seek for young scientists with background in Electrical /Mechanical
/Control engineering and PhD in Robotics with strong scientific

knowledge and experience with standard platform experimentation in one or
more of the following subjects: Robot arm motion and/or force control, robot
object grasping and/or manipulation.


The successful candidate will be offered an up to three years contract
depending on qualifications and experience. He/she will work on one or more
of the following areas;

*	Human-like reaching movements,
*	Grasping and manipulation with multi-fingered hands
*	Physical Human Robot Interaction


The position is open for immediate fill. The salary will be competitive with
respect to the European job market and will provide more than adequate funds
for living and working in Greece. 

Extension of post doc contract beyond the three year duration is possible
and subject to successful completion. Greek nationals as well as
international applicants are encouraged. 


Interested applicants should submit their CV outlining experience and
qualifications, a list of publications, a statement of research interests,
and at least the names of two referees by the end of 2012 to Zoe Doulgeri
(doulgeri at eng.auth.gr).






     Professor Zoe Doulgeri
     Automation & Robotics Lab

     Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
     Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,  
     GR54124 Thessaloniki, GREECE    


     Tel/Fax:       + 30- 2310- 996364
     email:         doulgeri at eng.auth.gr


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