[robotics-worldwide] Postdoc and Research Engineer Positions

Foong Shaohui foongshaohui at sutd.edu.sg
Mon Jun 11 00:59:42 PDT 2012

The Magneto-Mechatronics Lab at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) invites applications for immediate openings for postdoctoral fellow and research engineer positions in the area of robot control and instrumentation. These researchers will work on a multi-disciplinary team consisting of engineers, scientists and neuroscientists in developing a novel automated medical device for neuroscience clinical applications. As this research is pursued jointly by SUTD and Zhejiang University (ZJU) in China, there will be ample opportunities for close interaction with researchers and clinicians in ZJU as well.

This project involves:
*             Collision-free trajectory planning and control of multi-axis articulated robotic arms
*             Advanced and applied localization techniques using electromagnetic fields
*             Design and fabrication of wearable and embedded electronics for bio-instrumentation

Applications, assembled as a single PDF file, should contain a complete resume, cover letter describing their background, research interests and goals, full list of publications (Post Doc position), copies of up to three relevant scientific papers (Post Doc position), as well as the names and contact information of up to three references. These positions are guaranteed for a year with a possible second year extension. Please send applications to shao at sutd.edu.sg<mailto:shao at sutd.edu.sg>  and uxuan_tan at sutd.edu.sg<mailto:uxuan_tan at sutd.edu.sg> .

Shaohui Foong
shao at sutd.edu.sg<mailto:shao at sutd.edu.sg>

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