POSTED: 07 Sep, 2021
We are currently recruiting for postdoctoral Research Fellows (LEVB) to work across each of our five research programs across our three Australian partner universities (QUT (Queensland University of Technology), University of Technology Sydney and Swinburne University of Technology.
We are committed to training and developing our researchers. The Centre offers a training program which has a strong emphasis on professional development as well as technical skills and includes opportunities to build knowledge, skills, experience, and professional standards through on-the-job tasks, social learning and formal training opportunities. There is also opportunities for postdocs to undertake placements at one or more of our partner organisations.
For information on each role available and link to apply, please visit our Postdoc Recruitment Information page.
Applications now open for:
– Human-Robot-Interaction Program based at QUT with supervisor and program co-lead Markus Rittenbruch and second program co-lead Jared Donovan
– Designing Socio-technical Robotic Systems Program based at QUT with supervisor and program co-lead Glenda Caldwell and second program co-lead Matthias Guertler from UTS – https://lnkd.in/giSdWkAS
– Human-Robot Workforce Program based at QUT with supervisor and program co-lead Paula McDonald and other program co-leads, Penny Williams and Greg Hearn (both QUT)
Applications opening soon for:
– Biomimic Cobots Program based at UTS with supervisor and program co-lead Teresa Vidal Calleja and second program co-lead XiaoQi Chen from Swinburne
-Quality Assurance and Compliance Program based at SUT with supervisor and program co-lead Nico Adams and second program co-lead Mickey Clemon from UTS.
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