[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Post-doc and research engineer positions at Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory (Chee-Meng Chew)

Chew Chee Meng chewcm at nus.edu.sg
Sun Jun 21 23:06:25 PDT 2015


Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory based at the National University of Singapore, Faculty of Engineering, invites applications for postdoctoral fellow and research engineer positions in the areas of robotics and automation.  The research team will focus on the development of novel productivity improvement solutions for shipyard.   One of the projects is the development of customized welding system for confined space where conventional robot manipulator cannot be applied.

Relevant experiences or skills in the following areas will be a plus:


1.       Mechatronics system integration for automation

2.       General mechanical design/Fixtures design

We offer competitive remuneration package which commensurate with the experience of each applicant.  PhD degree will be required for the postdoctoral fellow positions whereas Bachelor or Master degree in relevant disciplines will be required for the research engineer positions.  All positions are for an initial period of up to 2 years with possible extension.  For applicants who are not based in Singapore, the estimated start date of the employment will be around 3 months from the date of offer acceptance.

The application materials consisting of: a cover letter, resume, research statement, list of publications (if any), names and contact information of up to three referees, should be compiled as a single PDF file and sent to the email address:  chewcm at nus.edu.sg<mailto:chewcm at nus.edu.sg>.  Shortlisted candidates will be notified through email for interview.  Please get ready at least two referee letters for the application.

Chee-Meng Chew, PhD
Lead Principal Investigator
Productivity Enhancement of Yard Operations
Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory
Faculty of Engineering
National University of Singapore


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