[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] PhD position in automatic robotic micromanipulation at Aalto University, Finland

Zhou Quan quan.zhou at aalto.fi
Sun Dec 1 11:23:38 PST 2013


Aalto University Department of Automation and Systems Technology invites applications for doctoral students at the Micro- and Nanorobotics group.

We are looking for talented students to investigate, design, and develop next generation of highly-automated micro- and nanorobotic systems with frontier applications in biological cell manipulation and microassembly. To achieve better performance and reliability beyond today's micro- and nanorobots, both robotic hardware as well as perception and control algorithms needs to be improved to better treat the manipulation uncertainties in the micro- and nano world.

The student should have recently received, or is expected to finalize within a few months, a Master's degree in mechatronics, robotics and/or automation, micro- and nanotechnology, or other related fields. Strong programming skill is expected, computer science studies are a plus. We also value minor studies in physics or biology, and previous experience in practical experimental projects.

The deadline is 31.12.2013.

For further details of the open position please see: the advertisement at Aalto University homepage<http://www.aalto.fi/en/current/jobs/teaching_and_research/doctoral_student_in_automatic_micro-and_nanorobotic_manipulation/>

Aalto University is the largest technical university in Finland. Department of Automation and Systems Technology* is a part Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering. The Micro- and  Nanorobotics Group at the department conducts academic research and education in the field of micro- and nanorobotics, an emerging and rapidly growing multidisciplinary field that crosses the domains of robotics, micro- and nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence, and involves aspects of physics, surface science, and biology. The applications of micro- and nanorobotics covers wide fields of biotechnology and micro- and nanotechnology as well as research tools and manufacturing technologies.

*Remark: Department of Automation and Systems Technology will be part of the new Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation from 1.1.2014.


Quan ZHOU
Head of Micro- and Nanorobotics Group

Aalto University,
School of Electrical Engineering,
Department of Automation and Systems Technology,
PO BOX 15500, 00076 AALTO, Finland.
Email: quan.zhou at aalto.fi<mailto:quan.zhou at aalto.fi>,
Mobilephone: +358 40 855 0311.




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