[robotics-worldwide] [Jobs] Robotics Engineer - Development of ROS-based Field Robotic Solutions

Micael Santos Couceiro micaelcouceiro at isr.uc.pt
Fri Mar 6 08:39:47 PST 2020

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Location: Coimbra/Porto, Portugal

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2020

Link: https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=123320__;!!LIr3w8kk_Xxm!-Piza1eL9kkWnt0ACOZgwl822FGurmhrf6PYRoPkbW6nnN_smhTULdXMHattTpixZKUzUoWs$ 

Email: welcome at ingeniarius.pt

Dear Colleagues,

See a job opportunity below for a passionate and experienced robotics engineer to work in the development of ROS-based field robotic solutions:

Ingeniarius is a Portuguese SME that aims for research and technological development in the many fields of engineering, with particular emphasis in robotics and intelligent systems. Among the several R&D Projects coordinated by Ingeniarius, SAFEFOREST propose the development of robotic systems to reduce fuel accumulation (e.g., forest debris), thus assisting in landscaping maintenance. The team, comprising experts from Ingeniarius, the Institute of Systems and Robotics from University of Coimbra, the Association for the Development of Industrial Aerodynamic, Silvapor and Carnegie Mellon University, addresses several disciplines to succeed in fire prevention, focusing in the development of a multi-robot system, combined with pervasive local positioning, multi-robot navigation and coordination in forests, and an innovative artificial perception architecture.

Ingeniarius has an open permanent position for one robotics engineering, holding a Master Degree in Computer Science or equivalent, to integrate within the SAFEFOREST consortium. The candidate will work with a small team of experienced researchers and engineers with the intent to develop a multi-robot system dealing with:
* Development of ROS drivers to interface with new hardware, such as actuators and sensors
* Multi-sensor fusion integration for pose estimation
* Navigation and trajectory optimization for autonomous vehicles
* Multi-robot coordination for autonomous formation control
* Object recognition and semantic segmentation for service robotics

Moreover, the transfer of research results to new industrially applicable solutions, the cooperation in other industrial and international R&D projects, and the publication of results at scientific conferences and relevant journals, are some of the subsidiary tasks expected to be fulfilled.

More information here: https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=global&jobId=123320__;!!LIr3w8kk_Xxm!-Piza1eL9kkWnt0ACOZgwl822FGurmhrf6PYRoPkbW6nnN_smhTULdXMHattTpixZKUzUoWs$ 

*** Apply by sending an e-mail to welcome at ingeniarius.pt ***

Micael Couceiro
Ingeniarius, CEO
micael at ingeniarius.pt

Ingeniarius, Lda.
Rua Coronel Veiga Simão
Edifício B CTCV
3025-307, Coimbra, Portugal
Tel :  + 351 96 117 14 09

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