[robotics-worldwide] Robotics postdoc opportunity at Sandia National Laboratories
sbuerge at sandia.gov
Mon Jan 14 07:31:56 PST 2013
The Intelligent Systems, Robotics and Cybernetics group at Sandia National Laboratories is seeking one or more Postdoctoral Appointees for an immediate opportunity. The ability to obtain a United States Department of Energy Security Clearance is required. The Postdoctoral Appointee will lead and support the development of novel robotic and mechatronic systems. This position requires working as part of multidisciplinary science and engineering team doing fast-paced, cutting edge research and technology development to support the nation's security needs. Responsibilities include designing, building and testing novel robotic systems including robotic actuators, mobile robots, and human-robot systems. Work will include conducting research into novel robotic subsystems, developing new concepts for robotic systems and subsystems, performing analysis, prototyping and testing to evaluate new concepts, developing detailed designs for novel robotic hardware and overseeing the fabrication and integration of novel robot prototypes. Work will include engineering design of mechanical, electromechanical and electronic systems, quantitative analysis, control systems design, programming, and experiment design and execution. Work will be conducted in a fast-paced team environment devoted to rapidly developing and fielding novel robotic and intelligent systems. Work will require executing technical work with excellence, developing competitive funding proposals, and publishing results in peer reviewed journals.
To view details and apply, please visit the Sandia careers website ( http://www.sandia.gov/careers/index.html ), click "View All Jobs" and use the advanced search function for Job Opening ID 642381.
We invite your qualified application. Please consider applying or circulating this announcement to interested applicants.
Steve Buerger, Ph.D.
Intelligent Systems, Robotics and Cybernetics Group
Sandia National Laboratories
Albuquerque, NM, USA
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