[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Postdoc position in robotics @ Leibniz University Hanover
lilge at irt.uni-hannover.de
Tue Aug 2 05:10:53 PDT 2016
The Institute of Automatic Control in Hanover, Germany
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Postdoc Researcher (Salary Scale 13 TV-L)
To be appointed on 01.11.2016 or earlier. The position is limited to
Responsibilities and duties include the assumption of tasks in teachings
as well as in research activities in the area of robotics, especially
related to prosthetic devices, or machine learning in automatic control
and robotics. In addition, administrative tasks for the maintenance of
the institute operation have to be undertaken.
To qualify for the position, applicants hold an outstanding Master
degree preferably with excellent records in Electrical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering, or Computer Sciences and a strong PhD (which may
also be obtained soon) in robotics, preferably in combination with
prosthetic devices or machine learning. Moreover, experiences in
teaching and in research cooperations, preferably EU funded projects,
are available. Previous research activities should be visible through
publications on relevant conferences and in renowned journals. Finally,
experiences in industrial cooperations are advantageous. In particular,
we would like to encourage scientists to apply for the position, who
obtained their PhD only recently.
Part-time employment is possible.
As an equal opportunities employer, Leibniz Universität Hannover intends
to promote women in the context of statutory requirements. For this
reason suitably qualified women are specifically invited to apply.
Equally qualified applicants with disabilities will be given
Please send your applications with the usual documents and papers by
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Institut für Regelungstechnik
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sami Haddadin
or via e-mail to lilge at irt.uni-hannover.de.
For further information, please contact Dr.-Ing. Torsten Lilge (phone
+49-511-762-4515, e-mail: lilge at irt.uni-hannover.de) who will be pleased
Dr.-Ing. T. Lilge Institut für Regelungstechnik
Tel/Fax: +49-511-762-4515/-4536 Leibniz Universität Hannover
lilge at irt.uni-hannover.de Appelstr. 11, D-30167 Hannover
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