Two Postdoc positions in learning and optimal control for robot manipulation F/H
Subsidiary : Robot Learning & Interaction
Contract type: Fixed-Term contract
Work time: Full time
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We have two Postdoc positions opened in the Robot Learning & Interaction group at the Idiap Research Institute (https://www.idiap.ch) in Switzerland, with the opportunity to work in collaborative projects within Europe.
Our research spans several disciplines at the crossroad of machine learning, optimization, optimal control, geometry, human motion sciences and user interfaces (see https://calinon.ch/papers/Sylv... for an overview of our research interests).
Postdoc candidates should hold a PhD degree in engineering, computer science, physics or applied mathematics, with a background in signal processing, control, optimization, machine learning, linear algebra, statistics and programming. The Postdoc position is from one to two years. Annual gross salary is 80,000 CHF. Part time employment is possible if desired.
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