[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Faculty Positions at CS department of Rutgers University

Kostas Bekris kostas.bekris at cs.rutgers.edu
Tue Nov 5 23:47:54 PST 2013


Dear colleagues,

We encourage applications from researchers in robotics for an available 
faculty position on "intelligent interactive systems" at the Computer 
Science department of Rutgers University. Please check the position 
description included below.

There is also an opening in graphics/animation, which may be suitable 
for some researchers active in our community.

Best,
   Kostas Bekris

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__Position Description_

The Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University and the Center 
for Computational Biomedicine, Imaging and Modeling (CBIM) invite 
applications for tenure-track/tenured assistant or associate level 
faculty position, with appointments starting in September 2014. The 
position is in the area of *intelligent interactive systems*, with 
emphasis on machine intelligence, learning, and autonomy.  The 
candidates are expected to demonstrate competence in developing novel 
theoretical and algorithmic approaches that address important 
application domains such as collaborative systems and robots that 
augment human capabilities, intelligent wearable devices, human-brain 
interfaces, assistive and rehabilitation technologies, dexterous 
manipulation in human environments, autonomous mobility (humanoid, 
wheeled, aerial, underwater robots), distributed multi-robot systems, 
smart interactive objects and environments, human-centered intelligence 
over diverse devices through networking and cloud computing, collective 
intelligence.

Applications should be received by January 31, 2014 for full consideration.

Online description and link to application:
http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/employment/positions.php?action=positiondetail&position_id=181

Info on the graphics/animation position:
http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/employment/positions.php?action=positiondetail&position_id=182

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Kostas Bekris, Assistant Professor
Computer Science, CBIM, Rutgers University
http://www.pracsyslab.org



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