[robocup-worldwide] PhD or PostDoc opportunity in Humanoid Robotics at University of Bonn

Sven Behnke behnke at cs.uni-bonn.de
Sun Jun 17 12:56:17 EDT 2012

Dear all,

the Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group at University of Bonn, Germany
has an immediate opening for a PhD student or a postdoctoral researcher
in a project in the area of humanoid robotics.
The project is funded by German Research Foundation (DFG). Objective is
the development of perception and behavior control software for a medium-
sized humanoid robot that enables the robot to play soccer.

Applicants must have a Masters degree in Computer Science or a related area.
An excellent academic record and strong software development skills are
required. In addition, candidates should have experience in at least one
of the areas: computer vision, behavior control of robots, or generation
of dynamic full-body motions. Experience with ROS and RoboCupSoccer is a
plus, but not required.

The University of Bonn is one of the leading research universities in
The Computer Science Institute has a long track record of state-of-the
art research in the area of robotics.
The Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group (http://www.ais.uni-bonn.de)
conducts research in the areas of cognitive robotics and machine learning.
Our cognitive service robots (team NimbRo) won RoboCup at Home 2011.
Our humanoid TeenSize robots won the RoboCup tournaments 2009-2011.

Please send your application with the subject line "Humanoid TeenSize" to
Prof. Dr. Sven Behnke: behnke at cs.uni-bonn.de.

If you participate in RoboCup 2012: Interviews can be arranged during the
competition in Mexico City or during the Symposium.

Best regards,

Sven Behnke

University of Bonn
Computer Science Institute VI
Autonomous Intelligent Systems Group
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 144
53113 Bonn, Germany
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