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Research Contracts in Virtual Reality Environments for Remote Handling

The Applied Computational Neuroscience Group is looking for talented and motivated professionals to strengthen the recently created Laboratory in Virtual Reality for Remote Handling at the University of Granada (Spain). This lab currently includes 6 multidisciplinary professionals (including graduate students and faculty members) and aims to develop ground-breaking control systems based on virtual reality technologies. Two additional positions are expected to be filled in the next months. Research topic Remote handling (RH) technologies represent a critical piece for environments where human intervention is not possible.

Research Contracts as Neuro-robotics Software Engineer

At the Applied Computational Neuroscience Group, headed by Prof. Eduardo Ros and part of the Computer Architecture and Technology Department at University of Granada (UGR) (Spain), we are engaged in developing robot controllers from models and techniques drawn from neuroscience. Concretely we focus on the exploration of models of the cerebellum and their application in robot control. We are looking for a software engineer to contribute to our tasks in the Human Brain Project (HBP).

Research Contracts in Computational Neuroscience and Neurorobotics

The Applied Computational Neuroscience Group research group at the University of Granada (Spain), headed by Prof. Eduardo Ros, is looking for talented Master or PhD students interested in working in the field of computational neuroscience and neurorobotics, specifically addressing questions of motor learning and adaptation. The perfect candidate shall possess a strong mathematical, computational or robotic engineering background (or equivalent), with great interest in biological and neural systems. Demonstrated programming skills are mandatory.

Research Contracts in Virtual Reality Environments

The Applied Computational Neuroscience Group is looking for talented and motivated professionals to strengthen the recently created Laboratory in Virtual Reality for Remote Handling at the University of Granada (Spain). This lab aims to bring together multidisciplinary professionals to develop ground-breaking control systems based on virtual reality technologies. Up to three positions are expected to be covered in this stage of the project. Research topic Remote handling (RH) technologies represent a critical piece for environments where human intervention is not possible.

PhD Fellowship in Remote Handling Virtualization

Our group at the University of Granada (Spain) is looking for a talented and motivated PhD student interested in working in the field of robotics virtualization. Research topic Remote handling (RH) technologies represent a critical piece in those environments where human intervention is forbidden. In particular, the presence of human operators in contaminated/activated areas is highly constrained, due to the serious consequences that exposition may have in the operators’ health.