[robotics-worldwide] [euRobotics-dist] [jobs] Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship expression of interest (2)

hami tourajizadeh hami1363 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 30 00:38:51 PDT 2015

Dear Prof 
This is Dr. Tourajizadeh, PhD. Graduate of Mechanical engineering (in the field of Robotics, dynamics,vibration and control) from the university of IUST (Iran University of Science and technology)
Attached by is my CV (faculty member of Kharazmi and Arak university of technology, more than 15 accepted ISI papers, 4 scientific journal papers, 6 international conferences, 2 booked inventions, 2 book publications, referee member of 3 journals, member of national elite society of Iran, more than 3 years of teaching experience of different courses in different universities, guiding more than 20 B.Sc. thesis, industrial cooperation experience and etc...)
I am now extremely eager to continue my scientific and technical researches in the mentioned postdoctoral position through your university and especially using your valuable knowledge and experiences in this field. It would be my honor to cooperate with you.
Please take a look at my CV and let me know your initial opinion.
My main research of interest is Robotics, dynamics, vibration and control, Automotive engineering and control of other mechanical systems. 
I am looking forward to your kind reply.
Let me know also the exact research details and its facilities including of financial aids or something if there is any....
Thanks a lot and high regards

Name: Dr. Hami Tourajizadeh
Position: Assistant Professor
Institute: Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering,  Kharazmi University
Phone: +989122362359
E-mail: Tourajizadeh at khu.ac.ir, Tourajizadeh at iust.ac.ir
Web: http://cvs.khu.ac.ir/fa/Tourajizadeh.htm
Address: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran

1.    hkorayem at iust.ac.ir:
Full Name: Prof. Moharam Habibnejad Korayem
  Position: Professor
  Phone: 98-21-77240194
  Fax: 98-21-7724 0488
  Email: hkorayem at iust.ac.ir
Address: Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, IRAN

2.    kazemi at kntu.ac.ir:
Associate Professor
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering 
K. N. Toosi University of Technology 
P. O. Box: 19395-1999
Tehran, Iran 
Tell: (+98 21) 8406 3213
Fax: (+98 21) 8867 7274 

Associate Professor
CONTACT ADDRESSFaculty of Mechanical Engineering 
K. N. Toosi University of Technology 
P. O. Box: 19395-1999
Tehran, Iran Tell: (+98 21) 8406 3211
Fax: (+98 21) 8867 7274 E-mail address: shadaram at kntu.ac.ir
( Notice that to avoid spam mails, kntu.ac.ir is replaced with K ) 
Web site address: http://sahand.kntu.ac.ir/~shadaram/

On Mon, 6/29/15, Paolo Fiorini <paolo.fiorini at univr.it> wrote:

 Subject: [euRobotics-dist] [jobs] Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship expression of interest (2)
 To: robotics-worldwide at usc.edu, euron-dist at iais.fraunhofer.de
 Date: Monday, June 29, 2015, 1:08 PM
 MSCA-IF Expression of Interest: Smart
 instruments design for surgical robotic applications
 Description of the Institution
 The Department of Computer Science of the University of
 Verona is looking for a highly motivated 
 candidate to apply for a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual
 Fellowship in the Altair Robotics 
 Laboratory. The Department of Computer Science of the
 University of Verona (Italy) was funded in 
 2001 and is located in the south of Verona. Its main
 research labs and offices are located in the 
 area of the Medical-Scientific Centre of the university. The
 department has several research and 
 teaching activities that represent a continuous of
 competences from mathematics, through computer 
 science and computer engineering, up to physics. Active
 research areas are: discrete and application 
 mathematics, theory of computation, machine intelligence,
 information systems, software engineering 
 and security, applied computing, cyber-physical systems,
 applied and experimental condensed matter 
 physics. Finally, the leadership of the department in
 applied research and the impact on the 
 surrounding area are confirmed by research funding via
 European, national and regional programs and 
 by the seven spin-offs created in the last years.
 The ALTAIR Robotics Laboratory was founded in 2000,
 concurrently with the establishment of the 
 courses Automatic Controls and Robotics within the
 Department of Computer Science of the University 
 of Verona. The main fields of exploration in the research
 group range from surgical and medical 
 robotics, smart robotic instruments, images analysis,
 virtual and augmented reality to mobile 
 robotics and UAVs.
 Description of the Position
 The robotic group of the Department of Computer Science
 looks for an experienced researcher 
 (Post-Doc) with competences in robotics, control systems,
 software development and bioinformatics, 
 to develop and extend projects in the field of smart
 instrument design for surgical robots. The 
 robotics group aims at reinforcing their knowledge in this
 field, by this opportunity. The Post-Doc 
 will find an environment of researchers at all levels with
 whom he/she can collaborate to implement 
 the project.
 Reusability and modularity are key factors in design and
 manufacturing of the next generation of 
 surgical instruments: smart surgical instruments.
 Instruments that are engineered based on 
 patient-specific pre-operative data designed to follow
 specific access routes that cause minimal or 
 zero trauma, that are inherently compliant by nature and
 embed distributed sensing in support of 
 cognitive behaviour e.g. allowing local autonomy. Modularity
 in design and manufacturing will be 
 essential to permit cost efficient design, composition and
 deployment of these instruments.
 Moreover, the design and use of such smart instruments
 improves the dexterity and increases the 
 precision of the intervention. This is due to their
 patient-specific design but also to the 
 possibility of using different diagnosis tools, since
 instruments embed sensors or can be designed 
 with different materials.
 The design of smart surgical instruments is also connected
 with the 3D printing techniques, image 
 analysis and sensor fusion methods and distributed control
 The selected candidate will be invited to submit a MSCA IF
 proposal together with Prof. Fiorini, 
 supervisor of the proposal. The involvement of the selected
 candidate in the proposal writing 
 process will provide ample opportunity to tailor the
 proposal to his / her research interests. A 
 successful application will result in a one-year, or a
 two-year appointment.
 Number of positions: 1
 Research Field: Robotics, Automation and Computer Science
 Career Stage: Experienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)
 Research Profiles: Recognised Researcher (R2)
 The salary is paid monthly, the Post Doc will have a desk on
 a four-people office and he/she will 
 access to the university facilities. The university also
 gives support for mobility period, 
 assistance for application procedure to obtain entry visa,
 information about social security 
 protection and rules, procedure to have health insurance in
 our country, support to find an 
 accommodation in Verona and information on how to access to
 the university nursery for researchers 
 with children.
 An expression of interest shall be sent to Prof. Paolo
 Fiorini (paolo.fiorini at univr.it)
 AND Dr. 
 Marta Capiluppi (marta.capiluppi at univr.it)
 before 15th of July 2015. Your file should contain the 
 following elements:
 • A short CV. Only CVs with considerable scientific
 achievements will be considered. Candidates 
 should have an excellent track record of research; they
 should demonstrate the ability to grow into 
 scientific/technological leadership roles.
 • A statement of research.
 • A letter of presentation.
 • Contacts of two supervisors/mentors to whom it is
 possible to ask references.
 Prof. Paolo Fiorini, PhD
 IEEE Fellow
 Department of Computer Science, University of Verona
 Ca' Vignal 2 - Strada Le Grazie 15,  37134 VERONA -
 Ph: +39 045 802 7963 -- Fax: +39 045 802 7068
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