[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Multiple Fully Funded PhD Positions in Robotics, Computer Vision, and AI in Toronto Canada
Robotics & Vision Lab
rcvl at ryerson.ca
Mon Sep 27 02:08:55 PDT 2021
The Robotics and Computer Vision Lab (RCVL) at Ryerson University, Toronto,
Canada, has multiple fully funded PhD positions.
Applicants with a strong background in Computer Science, Electrical
and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering,
Machine Learning and similar programs are encouraged to apply.
The selected candidates will have the opportunity to attend international
conferences, collaborate with other universities, and enjoy working in a
Toronto is home to many high-tech companies. Several well-known companies
such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, GM, LG, SAMSUNG, ElementAI, and Nvidia
have offices in Toronto. Numerous opportunities exist for collaborations
with companies and other universities.
Multiple projects in the following areas are available:
- Vision-based Navigation
- Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM),
- Path Planning,
- Robot Navigation and Control,
- Aerial/Underwater Robotics,
- Focal-plane Sensor-processor Arrays (FPSP) and event cameras,
- Multi-robot Systems,
- Reinforcement Learning,
- Haptics, and
Hands-on experience in the following topics is a bonus:
- Deep Learning frameworks, e.g TensorFlow, pyTorch, etc
- Robot Operating System (ROS)
- Revision Control (GIT)
To apply, please send the following documents to: rcvl (at) ryerson (dot) ca
2- Unofficial transcripts (Both Bachelors and Masters),
3- Statement of research,
4- Sample publications and
5- English test scores.
Please include "PhD Applicant" in your subject line.
Please indicate where you have seen this advertisement.
Please see the following link for admission requirements by the Department
of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering:
If you need further information, please contact rcvl (at) ryerson (dot) ca
Sajad Saeedi, PhD
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
350 Victoria St
Toronto, ON M5B 2K3 Canada
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