[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Robotics Systems
b.macdonald at auckland.ac.nz
Wed Apr 20 19:59:14 PDT 2016
The University of Auckland is New Zealand's leading university. The
University of Auckland has a strong international focus and is the only
New Zealand member of Universitas 21 and the Association of Pacific Rim
Universities - international consortia of research-led universities.
Auckland UniServices Limited is the commercial research, knowledge
transfer and custom education company for the University of Auckland –
dedicated to connecting the University’s capabilities to business and
investors, Government and the community. UniServices is a wholly-owned
company of the University of Auckland.
UniServices together with the University of Auckland now require a
talented individual with good people skills to work as a postdoctoral
researcher in the center for Automation and Robotic Engineering Science
(CARES). This role will be responsible for the research, development,
and evaluating robotics software systems for a variety of projects
including healthcare robotics and orchard robotics.
As a postdoctoral fellow researcher, you will work in a team in the
CARES group in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Your role will be varied as you will be developing new research concepts
and software systems driven by practical applications, integrating the
variety of technology developed for the project, working alongside
researchers in a variety of disciplines, and supporting the practical
trials of robots in the field including communication with partners both
inside and outside NZ.
You will bring to the role a passion for research and engineering,
advanced software skills, a high level of interpersonal skill that
enables you to interact comfortably with a range of people, as well as
strong practical and problem solving ability.
The position is available on a fixed term contract for one to two years
Please see the job description at:
and follow the steps to send your cover letter and CV by 20 May 2016.
For further information please contact: Bruce MacDonald (email
b.macdonald at auckland.ac.nz)
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