The Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems (L-CAS) has tentatively secured funding for an exciting PhD position (for UK/EU students only) in the area of Human-Robot Collaboration. The successful candidate will be pursuing a PhD within L-CAS under the supervision of Dr Marc Hanheide and Prof Tom Duckett. The project is about long-term adaptation in human-robot collaboration for manufacturing applications.
The studentship covers all fees, plus a stipend of £15000 per year for a duration of 3.5 years. The position is part of a recent strategic investment by the University of Lincoln. The university of looking for excellent candidates, ideally with a strong background in AI, Robotics, Mathematics, Engineering, or Machine Learning, to apply for this position to strengthen its profile in robotics.
If you are excited about research in general and human-robot collaboration in particular, apply by sending a covering letter outlining your interests and research ideas (up to 1 page A4) with an accompanying CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of day on 18th April 2014.
Further details and all relevant information can be found at http://bit.ly/phd-lcas-rif14