Technische Universität Berlin - Faculty IV - Institute of computer engineering and microelectronics, Robotics and Biology Lab
Research Assistant - salary grade E13 TV-L Berliner Hochschulen
under the reserve that funds are granted; part-time employment may be possible
The manual dexterity of humans remains unmatched by robotic manipulation systems. We aim to significantly reduce this gap by producing highly capable manipulation systems. Inspired and guided by observations and understanding of human manipulation skills, this project explores systematic co-design of hand morphology and motion generation/control to devise systems with novel (inhand) manipulation capabilities. The aim is to develop a principled understanding of soft robotic (inhand) manipulation.
Research on soft robotics and soft manipulation, including soft hand design, soft sensorisation, (deep) learning-based control of soft sensorised hands, and co-design of soft mechanisms and control policies based on learning and optimization; PhD thesis preparation is possible
Successfully completed scientific university degree (Master, Diplom or equivalent) in Computer Science or a related subject with outstanding results; excellent knowledge and experience in soft robotics, soft manipulation, soft sensing; experience in (deep) machine learning, computer vision, control and planning are desirable; knowledge of object-oriented programming; very good English skills.
How to apply:
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Technische Universität Berlin - Der Präsident -, Fakultät IV, Institut für Technische Informatik und Mikroelektronik, FG Robotik, Prof. Dr. Brock, Sekr. MAR 5-1, Marchstr. 23, 10587 Berlin