Lakeside Labs GmbH 3
You will work on multi-robot systems with emphasis on coordination and teaming of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wireless machine-to-machine communications. You will also be involved in the integration of your results into a model-based development environment for CPS. You will also acquire research projects with industry and other research institutions.
The candidate is expected to have a PhD in electrical and computer engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, or equivalent. Experience in several of the following fields is required:
- Robotics and UAVs
- Wireless communications and sensor networks
- Embedded systems
- Modeling and simulation (e.g., with Matlab, OMNet++)
- Experience with Robot Operating System (ROS)
- UML, model based design
- You should be familiar with working in international teams and proposal writing for funding projects on national and EU level. We expect business fluent English. German is welcome.
Lakeside Labs is a hub for research and innovation in self-organizing networked systems. It offers space for inspiration, creativity, and multidisciplinarily. Lakeside Labs is located in the beautiful South of Austria, surrounded by Alps and lakes. Offices are in the Lakeside Science & Technology Park, adjacent to the university campus and international IT companies.
The contract will be based on 40 hours per week with a gross salary of at least 50.400 EUR per year depending on job experience and qualification. Lakeside Labs GmbH is committed to increasing the number of female scientific staff and specifically asks female researchers to apply for this job.
Your application should include a letter of interest, CV, academic certificates and courses with grades, list of publications, and contact details of two references. The deadline for applications is November 30, 2016. Interested candidates should apply early, as positions will be filled continuously. Selected candidates will be invited for personal interviews to Klagenfurt, Austria. Please submit your documents as a single PDF file here