[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Open Position of R&D Engineer in Stuttgart, Germany

Serge Kernbach serge.kernbach at cybertronica.co
Mon Mar 9 07:08:35 PDT 2015


Open Position of R&D Engineer


Research Center of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science in Stuttgart,
Germany is looking for excellent candidates with expertise in electronic &
mechanical development/production, sensing and robotics for a position in
projects on bio-hybrid, underwater and advanced sensing systems.   


Degree Level: M.S. in Computer Science or Engineering with at least 3 years
of prior experience or Ph.D.


Your Duties and Tasks:


Perform research and develop in one or more of the following fields:

- Electronic development for autonomous sensing/robotic systems, full cycle
of PCB development, production, assembling and testing; 

- Mechanical CAD development, RepRap/CNC production;

- Embedded programming of ARM-based distributed/collective microsystems;

- Digital signal processing;

- Tests of experimental sensing systems.


Skills/Job Requirements:


- Excellent knowledge and proven expertise in electronic/mechanic
development and embedded programming;

- C/C++ programming expertise;

- Experience with modern software engineering tools such as EAGLE/Mentor
Graphics, ProEngineer/SolidWorks;

- Experience working on robots and/or simulation environments;

- Mathematical background sufficient for implementing algorithms of digital
signal processing; 

- Background knowledge of general biological and quantum concepts is

- A good level of spoken and written English is required;

- Experience working independently and efficiently in a large international

- Ability to multitask and deliver on challenging development tasks;

- Self-motivation and interest to personal development;


What we offer:


- International collaboration on European level;

- Experience of preparing and working with international grants and business

- The position is limited to 4 years, further employment is possible;

- Working with unique bio-hybrid and unconventional sensing systems,
collective and swarm robotics;


Applications in PDF format should be sent by email to
info at cybertronica.de.com with the subject line "Application". Please
indicate in the cover letter your availability date. A list of publications,
projects and your main achievements must be included. 




Dr. Serge Kernbach, Director


Research Center of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science 

Melunerstr. 40, 70569, Stuttgart, Germany 

VAT Number: DE284655504

Phone/Fax: +49-711-41001901

Skype ID: serge.kernbach

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