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Contrato Postdoctoral de investigación en proyecto europeo en Alicante

15/11/2018

Dear colleagues,

we are seeking to postdoc to join our researching group AUROVA
at University of Alicante (Alicante, Spain), in order to work on developing new techniques of robotic perception and robot control to perform grasping and robotic manipulation of deformable objects.

The postdoctoral position is funded by the European project named CoMMandia
and it has a fixed initial duration of 18 months (further extension may be possible up to
24months). The contract is expected to start in March or April in 2019.
Gross anual remuneration is approximately 28.000€/year. The application
deadline is on January 8, in 2019.

Requirements:

  • PhD/DPhil (or near completion) in robotics, computer science, engineering, machine learning, artificial intelligence, control, or closely related field.
  • Excellent academic track record in topics relevant to computer vision; tactile perception, machine learning, artificial intelligence and robot control or related areas.
  • Good programming skills (preferably experience using C/C++ and Python).
  • Good communication skills in English language (Spanish is also valuable).

More information: http://www.aurova.ua.es/index.php/es/puestosdisponibles/pdccommandia

 


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