[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] PhD positions in Robotics/Haptics at Queen Mary University of London

Ildar Farkhatdinov ildar.info at gmail.com
Mon Dec 12 13:32:35 PST 2016


PhD studentships at QMUL in London, UK:


Queen Mary University of London has opened the Centre for Advanced Robotics
(ARQ). ARQ is seeking outstanding and highly motivated candidates for PhD
student positions.



I am looking for PhD student(s) to work with me @ ARQ.



1) PhD scholarship in Human-Robot Interaction, Haptics and/or VR

The studentship is funded for 3 years, includes a bursary ~£16.5K/year and
a fee waiver (including non-EU students). Starting date: before October
2017.



Successful candidate is expected to work in the field of physical
human-robot interaction, haptics and virtual reality. Good knowledge and
skills in robotics, control, mechatronics and programming are required
(Bachelor/Master/Engineering degree).

This studentship is supported by EECS:

www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk



2) Additionally, PhD scholarships in the intersection of design/arts/media
and robotics are available at QMUL's PhD training centre on Media, Arts and
Technology.

www.mat.qmul.ac.uk

Deadline for applications is 31/01/2017.



3) Students with scholarships/funding interested to join the PhD programme
in robotics/haptics are welcome to contact me, also.



QMUL is a leading research oriented UK university (top 20 in UK, top 100 in
the world). QMUL multidisciplinary research groups are particularly strong
in computer vision, multimedia, advanced materials, control, aerospace and
medical science.



General QMUL PhD entry requirements:

www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduate/research/applyresearchdegrees



In the first instance please contact Dr Ildar Farkhatdinov (
i.farkhatdinov at qmul.ac.uk, subject "QMUL PhD application robotics: <FULL
NAME>") with your CV/cover letter and transcript as PDF.





Dr Ildar Farkhatdinov

i.farkhatdinov at qmul.ac.uk

Lecturer in Robotics

School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science

ARQ – Advanced Robotics Centre (director Kaspar Althoefer)

Queen Mary University of London, UK


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