Assistive and Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory at Chung-Ang University (Seoul, South Korea) is recruiting outstanding young researchers (research professor, postdoc). Our laboratory has a strong focus on wearable robotics for assistive and rehabilitation applications, e.g. Exosuit for walking and running assistance, Upper-limb exoskeleton for industrial workers., and our recent research was published on Science as front page in Aug 2019.
We are seeking applications from young researchers with a special interest in wearable robotics. Candidates with specific expertise/background in the following domains are particularly welcome this time:
- Understanding physical and biological mechanisms of musculoskeletal structure and function based on human responses using wearable robots
- Modelling, analysis, and new control approaches for human physical interaction in co-robotic systems
- Artificial intelligence (machine learning, etc.) for Human-in-the-loop optimization of wearable robots and mechanical design guidance
- Others related to wearable robotics
The candidates should have a strong interest in contributing to team members and will be expected to publish scholarly papers and attend international conferences, as well as take on a mentorship role for undergraduate and graduate students.
Applications, assembled as a single PDF file, should contain a complete resume, cover letter describing research interests and goals, full list of
publications with copies of up to three relevant scientific papers. The wage will be decided based on experience and expertise (Minimum $36,000 per year).
Applications should be sent to Giuk Lee (email@example.com).
Giuk Lee, Ph.D.
School of Mechanical Engineering, Chung-Ang University,
84 Heukseok-Ro, Dongjak-Gu, Seoul, 06974, Korea
Office: +82-2-820-5412 | Web: http://arlab.cau.ac.kr/
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