[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] NTU, Singapore: openings on 'human motor adaptation and learning in robotic and virtual environments'
d.campolo at ntu.edu.sg
Wed Apr 9 18:46:15 PDT 2014
The following openings are available in the context of the 'H-Man' project at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
About the 'H-Man' Project:
'H-Man' is a novel, cable-driven, planar manipulandum originally devised for experiments in Neuroscience. Its potential use in stroke rehabilitation will be tested in a battery of clinical trials. The project is in collaboration with the Tan Tock Seng hospital (TTSH), in Singapore, and with the Imperial College London (ICL), UK.
One position is available IMMEDIATELY at Research Associate level to assist in the technical refinement of the H-Man. Current prototypes should in fact be made operable in clinical settings. The ideal candidate should hold a Master Degree and demonstrated experience in robotics/mechatronics design.
One PhD scholarship on 'human motor adaptation and learning in robotic and virtual environments' is made available through the Nanyang Institute of Technology in Health and Medicine (NITHM)
Interested candidates should apply though the following website:
- program code 193A for IGS-NITHM PhD Programme
- supervisor 'Domenico CAMPOLO'
For further information on any of the positions above, feel free to contact:
Domenico CAMPOLO (Assist Prof)
School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
Email: d.campolo at ntu.edu.sg
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