[robotics-worldwide] PhD positions available at Indiana University

Kris Hauser hauserk at indiana.edu
Fri Aug 23 11:43:03 PDT 2013


Two PhD positions are available in the Intelligent Motion Lab (IML) at the
School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University at Bloomington on
the topics of planning and control.  IML is seeking creative, motivated
students for NSF projects on 1) planning under uncertainty for clinical
decision support and 2) assisted teleoperation for robot manipulation. 

 

Candidates should have an educational background in artificial intelligence,
robotics, control theory, or related discipline, and will demonstrate
promise for conducting successful academic research.

 

These positions will begin in the 2014-2015 academic year. Funding as a
research assistant is guaranteed for 3+ years, with an additional year
guaranteed as a teaching assistant.

 

*** To Apply ***

Email your CV and a summary of your research interests to Kris Hauser at
hauserk at indiana.edu, and complete the online application form at
http://www.soic.indiana.edu/prospective/grad-admit/apply/index.shtml.
Applications can be made either through the Computer Science or Informatics
programs.

 

Applications must be received by December 1 for full consideration.

 

*** About the Intelligent Motion Lab ***

The Intelligent Motion Lab studies motion planning and control for
intelligent robotic and biological systems. Our research applies
computational, mathematical, and statistical techniques to address the
complexity of high-dimensional motion in unstructured, dynamic, and
uncertain environments, and seeks applications to domestic and industrial
robotic manipulation, human-robot interaction, robot- and computer-assisted
surgery, and legged locomotion. The lab is directed by Prof. Kris Hauser and
is part of the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing.

 

IML bridges theory to practice by combining high-performance computing and
simulation tools with a variety of robot hardware. Our overall goal is to
contribute new tools, techniques, and theories that will help machines
perform sophisticated physical tasks with high value to society.

 

*** More Information ***

Intelligent Motion Lab http://www.iu.edu/~motion/

School of Informatics and Computing http://www.soic.indiana.edu/ 

Indiana University http://www.iu.edu 

 

 

Kris Hauser, PhD
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University
 <http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~hauserk> http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~hauserk
Office: (812) 856-7496     Fax: (812) 855-4829

 



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