[robotics-worldwide] [Jobs] The European Academy for Marine and Underwater Robotics (Robocademy) is looking for 13 Early-Stage-Researchers

Tom Runge tom.runge at dfki.de
Tue Jul 1 02:35:40 PDT 2014


Joint training and joint development of robot systems to explore the oceans:
This is the aim with which the European network for training and research on
maritime and underwater robotics, Robocademy, has been started this year.
The
project is funded by the EU with 3.61 million euro deals with developing key
qualifications for junior researchers and strengthening technology
development
in the field of underwater robotics. Through the close collaboration of
leading
research institutes, academia, industry, and small–medium enterprises in
robotics, marine technology, marine science, and offshore industry,
Robocademy
will provide first-class training and research opportunities for
early-stage-researchers.

The Robocademy is currently looking for 13 early-stage-researchers (ESR),
who
made their diploma or master degree within the last four years in one of the
following disciplines: 

•             Computer Science
•             Math or Physics
•             Computer Engineering
•             Robotics

In well-defined and well-tutored PhD research projects, the Robocademy
fellows
will push the state-of-the-art in the area of robust, reliable and
autonomous
underwater robots. Specialized scientific training modules will enable the
fellows to obtain both a sound basis in robotics and an introduction to
topics
that are specific to their research areas. This will be complemented by a
high-quality soft-skills training programme for and the opportunity to gain
extensive on-site hands-on experience through secondments to maritime
industry
and oceanographic research institutes.
For 36 months the researchers will reside in one of the following institutes
or
small–medium enterprises:

•             DFKI, Robotics Innovation Center, Bremen, Germany
•             Heriot-Watt University, Ocean Systems Lab, Edinburgh, United
Kingdom
•             Tallinn University of Technology, Centre of Biorobotics,
Tallinn, Estonia
•             Universitat de Girona, Computer Vision and Robotics Research
Group, Girona, Spain
•             Natural Environment Research Council, National Oceanography
Centre, Swindon Wiltshire, United Kingdom
•             Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, La Spezia,
Italy
•             National Technical University of Athens, Control Systems Lab,
Athens, Greece
•             ATLAS Elektronik GmbH, Bremen, Germany
•             SeeByte Ltd, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
•             Graal Tech, Genova, Italy

Interested researchers should check out the website www.robocademy.eu or the
EURAXESS-portal. The deadline for application is on July 30th. 

For further information please contact:

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
DFKI Bremen
Robotics Innovation Center
Robert-Hooke-Straße 1
D-28359 Bremen

Tom Runge
Phone: +49 (0)421 / 178 45-6635
E-mail: Tom.Runge at dfki.de

 

 

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Tom Runge 
Research Assistant 

DFKI Bremen 
Robotics Innovation Center (RIC) 
Robert-Hooke-Straße 1 
28359 Bremen, Germany 

Phone: +49 (0)421 178 45 6635 
mobile:+49 (0)176 800 312 28 
Email: tom.runge at dfki.de 

Weitere Informationen: http://www.dfki.de/robotik 

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