Job ID: 142299

PhD Positions in Advanced-Systems Engineering

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

  • May 29, 2020
 
 
  • Jul. 13, 2020
  • Nov. 2, 2020
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  • Graduate Student
  • Structural Engineering
    Robotics
    Risk Management & Financial Engineering
    Mechatronics
    Mechanical Engineering
    Material/Metallurgy
    Manufacturing & Quality Engineering
    Industrial & Systems Engineering
    Human Factors Engineering/Ergonomics
    Engineering Physics
    Engineering Mechanics
    Electrical and/or Electronics
    Education Systems & Design
    Computer Engineering
    Computer Science
    Bioengineering (all Bio-related fields)
    Agricultural
    Engineering - Other
 
 

The Advanced-Systems Engineering PhD Program at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy) offers 11 PhD positions for students applying for research activities in the following general research areas:

Mechanical-and-Manufacturing-Systems Engineering

  • Mechanical and Mechatronic Systems
  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Mechanical Engineering Design and Optimization
  • Production Systems and Management,
  • Smart Factory

Automation and-Electronic-Systems Engineering

  • Autonomous systems
  • Human-in-the-loop systems
  • Embedded Systems (design, testing and reliability)
  • Sensors systems
  • Robotic Systems
  • Automatic Control
  • Computer Vision and Image Processing,
  • Intelligent Sensor/Actor Networks

System Modelling and Evolution

  • Dynamical System Modelling and Simulation
  • Complex Networks for System’s Evolution
  • Operations Research

We are looking for highly talented, motivated and skilled candidates to work on one of the following research topics (potential supervisor in parenthesis):
1. Diffusion dynamics on complex networks (Bertotti)
2. Structural properties of complex networks and applications (Bertotti)
3. Interaction and UX with different forms of virtual and physical prototypes to support the design of advanced products (Borgianni)
4. Supporting creative ideation by means of stimuli driven by biometric measures (Borgianni)
5. Additive Manufacturing: material characterization and advanced modelling tecniques (Concli)
6. Structtural health monitoring of mechanical systems (Concli)
7. Application of Logistics 4.0 technologies to Make-to-Order with subsequent Assembly On-Site processes (Dallasega)
8. Development of Data-Driven Aid Systems to support Planning, Scheduling and Monitoring of Projects (Dallasega)
9. Agile Methods and tools to support software development of IoT systems (Janes)
10. Software testing approaches and tools for IoT systems (Janes)
11. Biological transformation of industrial manufacturing (Matt)
12. Advances and application of AI in manufacturing systems (Matt)
13. Diffusion dynamics on complex networks (Modanese)
14. Structural properties of complex networks and applications (Modanese)
15. Soft biocompatible materials and systems for healthcare applications (M├╝nzenrieder)
16. 3D printing of active electromechanical structures (M├╝nzenrieder)
17. Intention recognition, shared control and decision making for human-centered robotic systems (Peer)
18. Design and optimization of electrotactile stimulation devices for tactile perception (Peer)
19. Simulation of electronic and optoelectronic devices (Petti)
20. Design and realization of circuits and systems for IoT applications (Petti)
21. Digital twin modeling and remote control of cyber-physical production systems (Rauch)
22. Development of a Manufacturing Execution System adapted to the needs of small and medium sized enterprises (Rauch)
23. Design and development of AI tools for Cyber-Physical systems (Russo)
24. AI tools for Traffic flow systems (Russo)
25. Optimal motion planning of industrial (collaborative) robotic systems (Vidoni)
26. Design and development of mechatronic and robotic solutions for agricultural and/or forestry activities (Vidoni)
27. Advanced nonlinear control of unmanned vehicles (von Ellenrieder)
28. Stability analysis of remote shared human-robot control systems (von Ellenrieder)
29. Design optimization of lightweight flexible multibody systems (Wehrle)
30. Nonlinear topology optimization for large-deformation complaint mechanisms and vibrating systems (Wehrle)


 
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