[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Postdoc Position in Coordination of Multi-Robot Systems in Geophysical Flows

M. Ani Hsieh mhsieh1 at drexel.edu
Thu Oct 2 16:29:07 PDT 2014


The Scalable Autonomous Systems (SAS) Lab at Drexel University, led by
Prof. M. Ani Hsieh, is searching for a postdoc with research background in
underwater robotics.

The project deals with control and coordination of multi-robot systems
operating in geophysical fluid dynamics in both 2D and 3D space over time
(2D+1 and 3D+1).  The objectives of this project include identifying and
leveraging reduced-order descriptions of the fluidic environment to develop
robust control and coordination strategies for mobile sensors in marine,
riverine, and littoral environments.  The SAS Lab maintains active
collaborations with researchers from various academic and government
institutions.

The position is initially for one year and is available immediately.

Qualifications:
- PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
or a related field
- Strong backgrounds in dynamical systems and control theory
- Strong experience in design, modeling, and realization of robotic systems
with emphasis in control of multi-robot systems
- Good programming skills
- High quality publication record

Candidates with strong backgrounds in computational fluid dynamics,
stochastic systems, physical oceanography, and/or data assimilation are
strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information on the various research projects in the lab, please
visit: http://drexelsaslab.appspot.com/

To apply please submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for 2
references online through the following site:
http://www.drexeljobs.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=79052

Electronic applications only.  Promising applicants will be asked to follow
up with letters of reference.

Specific inquiries may be addressed to Prof. M. Ani Hsieh at:
mhsieh1 at drexel.edu


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