[robotics-worldwide] Job opportunity - Research activity grant available at CNR-ISSIA Genoa division
gabriele.bruzzone at ge.issia.cnr.it
Wed May 9 03:05:51 PDT 2012
The CNR-ISSIA (Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation of the
National Research Council of Italy) - Genoa division is a European
leading institution in the field of marine robotics with almost twenty
years of experience in the development and exploitation of unmanned
marine vehicle, i.e. ROVs such as Roby and Romeo, and USVs such as
Charlie, ALANIS and SWAP II.
The marine robotics research group, that is currently partner of 3
ongoing EC FP7 projects, has also a consolidated track in transfer of
technology to industrial partners, and in particular SMEs (Small and
Medium-sized Enterprises) operating in the field of industrial
automation and robotics. The researchers of the group are authors of
more than 30 papers on international peer review journals and more than
100 papers in international conferences.
The CNR-ISSIA is offering one grant for carrying out theoretical and
experimental research activities related to the Scientific Area
"Information Engineering" to be held at the Institute of Intelligent
Systems for Automation, Genoa-UOS of CNR, in the framework of the EC FP7
research program “CART – Cooperative Autonomous Robotic Towing system
FP7-SME-2011 Grant Agreement Number 285878” and other projects of the
research group “SP3-003 Autonomous robotic systems and control”.
The main topic of the project will be: “Cooperating robotic systems in
the marine-maritime field”, under the scientific responsibility of Dr.
The research grant will last for 12 (twelve) months and the expected
starting date is foreseen in the middle of July 2012.
The amount of the research grant, paid in monthly instalments, is
established in Euro 19367,00 for year, net of expenses borne by the CNR.
The deadline for participating to the call related to the grant is June,
The grant call is available at the following URLs:
For receiving further information, please contact:
Gabriele Bruzzone: gabriele.bruzzone at ge.issia.cnr.it
Massimo Caccia: massimo.caccia at ge.issia.cnr.it
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