[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Post-Doc position in SLAM and object recognition at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France
bcoudrin at laas.fr
Mon Apr 28 01:21:53 PDT 2014
The Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS) at CNRS,
Toulouse France, is currently looking for a post-doctoral researcher.
This is a two-year, full-time employment position in the frame of the
EUROC European research project.
EUROC is aiming at providing to the European manufacturing industry
competitive solutions to keep global leadership in products and
services. The post-doctoral researcher will be involved in supporting
and evaluating the results of world-class teams competing in the EUROC
challenges specified by the industrial partners. The focus of this work
will be related to SLAM and object recognition. Specifically the post
doctoral researcher will be involved in the implementation, maintenance
and development of a Self Localization And Map building infrastructure
in collaboration with partners of the project (ETHZ, DLR) and possibly
other top-teams in the world (Georgia Tech).
The successful candidate is expected to have a strong background in the
field, experience in computer vision, or machine learning, good
programming skills in C++ and strong mathematical background. Candidates
should have a proven research track record witnessed by peer reviewed
publications and collaborations.
Gepetto, LAAS is an international research environment and the working
language is English. Located in the University town of Toulouse, in the
south-west of France, the CNRS-LAAS (Laboratory for the analysis and
architecture of systems) laboratory, a 640 man strong research center
with about 90 people working in robotics. It benefits from strong
connections to the adjoining universities and the space and aeronautics
For more information and application procedures, please
contact Benjamin Coudrin (benjamin.coudrin at laas.fr) or Olivier Stasse
(olivier.stasse at laas.fr).
Your application should reach LAAS no later than 2014-06-01.
The expected starting date is 2014-09-01.
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