SDU’s upcoming interdisciplinary Trinity lab invite applications for a fully-funded position as PhD fellow in the field of software frameworks for physical interaction with training robots. The position is available starting 1. December 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. The application deadline is 1. November 2020.
The PhD fellow will be part of a trans-disciplinary team, consisting of 3-5 PhD fellows and 5-10 senior researchers, dedicated to developing feasible bodily human/robot interaction in the context of SDU’s work on training-robots.
Trinity is a collaboration between SDU’s faculties for engineering, health and humanities, where pioneering researchers are combining their knowledge and experience in order to study and understand the processes of bodily human/robot interaction, with the goal of creating and demonstrating new concepts and applications for bodily human/robot interaction. PhD fellows working in Trinity will share a common project space, with direct access to peers and senior researchers, from their own field, as well as the two adjoining fields. Trinity is physically located at SDU’s campus in the city of Odense, and Trinity draws on a number of facilities and laboratories at the Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics, as well as the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute.
Opportunity Focus Area:
More than year
1 December, 2020
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