[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] JPL looking for post-doc or full-time researcher for UAV motion planning and control

Matthies, Larry H (347H) lhm at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Jun 16 03:07:00 PDT 2015

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, is conducting research on autonomous aerial mobility for small unmanned air vehicles for a variety of applications on Earth, for unmanned rotorcraft and fixed wing aircraft to explore Mars, Titan, and Venus, and for safe and precise landing of spacecraft of Mars and other bodies in the solar system. We are looking for a post-doc or full-time, PhD-level researcher to join the JPL Mobility and Robotic Systems Section to work in the area of motion planning and control of small rotorcraft for autonomous navigation on Earth and other planetary bodies with atmospheres. Opportunities are possible a various seniority levels, depending on experience of the candidate. Interested candidates should respond by email with resume, three references, and date of availability to:

Larry Matthies
Supervisor, Computer Vision Group
lhm at jpl.nasa.gov

More information about robotics at JPL can be found at http://robotics.jpl.nasa.gov<http://robotics.jpl.nasa.gov/>.

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