[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Research Fellow Positions at Robotics Research Center, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore
guangbin.sun at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 22:00:44 PST 2015
The Robotics Research Centre (RRC) at NTU is looking for a full-time research
fellow for the industrial robot project funded by A-STAR (Agency for
Science, Technology and Research). This is a three-year Singapore-wide,
multi-institute collaborative project aiming at improving the industry
productivity through robotics.
Full time research fellow with strong experience in dual-arm manipulation of
industrial robots as listed below:
1) ROS(Robots Operating System)-based system integration for industrial
2) motion planning;
3) multi-robot coordination;
4) motion control strategies with multiple sensors;
5) System theory or control theory;
6) Artificial Intelligence, etc;
7) Object recognition based on computer vision.
- The approved candidate will join a research team supervised by Prof. Low
Kin Huat, to advance the state of the art of robotic manipulations with
multiple coordinated robots and to address manipulation issues of tedious
and difficult industrial tasks.
- The position is available immediately and renewable year by year, within
an expected duration of totally two years (the project comes to its second
- The commencing salary will depend on the candidate's qualification and
- PhD with a focus in industrial robotics (dual-arm mapipulation,
coordination of robot arms, task/motion planning, grasp planning, computer
vision) or related fields
- Extensive experience with C/C++ programming, linux and ROS is preferable
- Self-motivated and collaborative
- Work efficiently and effectively
- To apply, please email your detailed CV, list of publications, and contact
information to Dr. SUN <mailto:gbsun at ntu.edu.sg>. All documents should be in
- Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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