[Comp-neuro] Researcher Position, Machine Learning for User Modelling and HRI, Personal Robotics Lab, Imperial College London
y.demiris at imperial.ac.uk
Tue Sep 8 12:55:13 CEST 2015
a research position (either at PhD-candidate or postdoctoral levels) in machine learning for user-modelling and human-robot Interaction are available at the Personal Robotics Laboratory of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. Successful applicants will work under the supervision of Dr Yiannis Demiris (www.demiris.info<http://www.demiris.info/>) in the context of the new EU H2020 project PAL (Personal Assistants for healthy Lifestyle, 2015-2019), which aims to develop personalised robotic systems and avatars to assist diabetic (T1DM) children and their caregivers. The PAL position are available from 1st of October 2015 until the end of the project at the end of Feb 2019 subject to renewal.
Applicants should have an excellent background in mathematics, machine learning and software engineering, and should be committed to applying their research to real systems interacting with people in challenging environments.
The positions offer an excellent working environment in one of the world's top research universities, in one of the most exciting cities in the world. The Department of Electrical and Electrical Engineering at Imperial was ranked as the top EE department in the UK in the recent REF 2014, while its Personal Robotics Laboratory offers an energetic, friendly intellectual environment with state of the art facilities http://www.imperial.ac.uk/PersonalRobotics
For further information and links to application material:
With best wishes,
Dr Yiannis Demiris, FIET, FBCS, FRSS
Reader (Associate Professor) in Personal Robotics,
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Rm 1014,
Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus,
Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2BT, UK
Tel: +44-(0)2075946300, Fax: +44-(0)2075946274
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