Several vacant positions will be advertised in 2015. We seek highly motivated students and researchers with an MSc or PhD degree in Marine Technology, Engineering Cybernetics, Control Systems, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Mathematics or other relevant disciplines. Prospective candidates should document expertise in one or more of the following fields: autonomous systems, control systems, flight control, sensor fusion, intelligent systems, machine vision, sensory systems, hydrodynamics, marine structures, or renewable energy systems.
Associate Professor (Onsager Fellowship) in Robotic Vision
Associate Professor in Marine Structures for the Future - Marine Technology
Engineer at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics with the main working area UAV