9 robotics phd positions

  • University of Leeds | Leeds, England | about 7 hours ago

    year lasting a week, and one during the second year lasting a month. Holding a PhD (or close to completion) in Computer Science, Electronic Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Surgical Robotics

  • University of Leeds | Leeds, England | about 7 hours ago

    , PhD, Professor of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Tel: +44 (0)113 343 3706 or email: p.valdastri@leeds.ac.uk Further information The Faculty of Engineering is proud to have been awarded the Athena Swan

  • University of Lincoln | about 10 hours ago

    control and navigation; learning for autonomous robots; agricultural robotics. Applicants should have, or expect to soon obtain, a PhD (or equivalent) in a relevant area. You must have excellent

  • University of Lincoln | Brayford, England | about 10 hours ago

    the opportunity to engage in collaboration within an ambitious team and to work with state-of-the-art robotic hardware. The successful candidate should possess a PhD in Robotics or related subjects. It is

  • University of Lincoln | Brayford, England | about 10 hours ago

    Driving".  You should hold a PhD or be near to completion, and should be able to demonstrate a good track record in at least one of the following research fields: - Deep Learning - Reinforcement Learning

  • University of Greenwich | about 9 hours ago

    -England programme.  The project is entitled ‘improving the design of flexible and responsive manufacturing systems involving autonomous and collaborative robots (CoRoT)’, and aims to provide

  • University of Leeds | Leeds, England | about 7 hours ago

    of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities? The University of Leeds has been awarded a substantial EPSRC grant to explore the use of robots and autonomous systems in city infrastructure. The 5-year

  • University of Lincoln | Brayford, England | 10 days ago

    . This project will develop autonomous fleets of robots for in-field transportation to aid and complement human fruit pickers. In particular, the project will consider strawberry production in polytunnels. A

  • University of Leeds | Leeds, England | about 7 hours ago

    benefit from working with the industrial partner, Knowledge Transfer Network  (KTN), University of Leeds  and University of Nottingham . You will have a PhD (or close to completion) or equivalent industrial

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