Research Fellowship (Postdoctoral Fellowship) in Robotics Engineering (Tactile, Control & Mechatronics)

Project Description
The Bimanual Dexterous Manipulation Consortium of the SINAPSE Institute is interested in
recruiting well trained, talented, skilled and highly motivated individuals to work under diverse programs in the areas of Sensors, Robotics, Mechatronics, Control Systems and Signal Processing but with a common goal and theme.
Job Description      
At the present time we have a need for several postdoctoral fellows with expertise in several of the key areas:

    • Sensor fabrication
    • Flexible robot development
    • Soft robotics design, fabrication and/or control
    • Intelligent control
    • Fabrication of scalable arrays of high density
    • Sampling and compression techniques
    • Fault tolerant system architectures and algorithms
    • Circuit design and embedded systems
    • Feature extraction and learning algorithms (spiking neural networks, convolutional neural networks, extreme learning machines)
    • Fault diagnosis and fault tolerant control

The selected candidate must have exceptional analytical abilities, very strong programming skills and outstanding hardware skills. The Fellow will be expected to publish several journal papers per year in high impact factor journals.
The successful candidate will have the following credentials
♦ Minimum Education: Ph.D.
♦ Strong publication track-record
♦ Excellent written & spoken English
To apply, please send your letter of intent, CV, and three references to Dr. Ren (
**  Apologize that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.  **
– NUS has been consistently ranked among the top international universities and more information about National University of Singapore can be found at and
The National University of Singapore is one of the top 25 universities in the world (2014 QS World
University Ranking) and offers internationally competitive compensation.
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