Offical job offer: Here.
Job offer: Here.
Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group of University of Bonn invites
applications for several Postdoctoral and fully funded PhD positions.
Candidates should have a background in one of the following research areas:
Candidates for Postdoctoral positions must hold a PhD with very good results in robotics or a related field, such as computer science or electrical engineering. Top-level publications and good organizational skills are important. Successful candidates will have the opportunity conduct independent research and at the same time contribute to the ongoing projects listed below, guiding PhD students and master students. Payment will be according to TV-L-E14 54,500-65,000 Euros per annum, depending on experience.
Candidates for PhD positions must hold a very good university Master's degree in computer science, mathematics, electrical engineering, or a related field. A strong mathematical background and programming skills are necessary. Successful candidates will conduct focused research towards a PhD in Computer Science and contribute to one of the ongoing projects listed below, guiding master and bachelor students. Payment will be according to TV-L-E13 43,000-50,500 Euros per annum, depending on experience.
Applications in PDF format should be sent by email to behnke @ ais . uni-bonn . de with the subject line "Postdoc Application" or "PhD Application". Please indicate in your cover letter your main achievements, the research area or project where you want to contribute, and your availability date. A list of publications and transcripts must be included. There is no application deadline. Positions will be filled as soon as possible.
Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group:
University of Bonn has a long tradition in robotics research and
multiple outstanding groups in robotics. The Autonomous Intelligent
Systems Group, headed by Sven Behnke, has developed award-winning
cognitive robot systems,including domestic service robots, autonomous
micro aerial vehicles, humanoid soccer robots, robots for mobile
manipulation in rough terrain, and robots for intuitive human-robot
interaction. Contributions include efficient methods for RGB-D and
laser-based SLAM, semantic environment perception, robot navigation,
object manipulation and tool use, bipedal walking, multimodal
human-robot interaction, and learning from demonstrations and own
of Bonn has an international Master in Computer Science Programme where
you can specialize in Robotics. All lectures are in English. Excellent
students can be supported by research or teaching assistant jobs.
Further information: http://master.cs.uni-bonn.de
More information on the Federal City of Bonn: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonn
For research projects in the area of robotics, we are looking
for student research assistants.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.