The Intelligent Autonomous Systems Lab (http://ualr.edu/cxye/laboratory.htm) of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has four Ph.D. student openings for fall 2015 or spring 2016. The successful candidates will develop: (1) vision-based navigation methods for small robots and wearable robotic assistive devices; (2) human lower extremity motion detection methods for the control of a quadrupedal legged assistive robot; and (3) human gesture recognition methods for human-robot interaction. These methods are based on a RGB-D camera. Candidates with relevant computer vision knowledge are preferred. Experience in C/C++ in Linux OS is a plus.|
General guideline of admission to graduate study is referred to http://ualr.edu/enss/. The lab currently hosts research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and NASA. The funded research currently supports a postdoc and 5 Ph.D. students. We are currently hiring one postdoc and four Ph.D. students for fall 2015 or spring 2016.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is a dynamic metropolitan university locating at the state’s capital city, Little Rock (http://www.littlerock.com). Applicants should hold a degree in electrical engineering, computer science, or related fields.
To apply for the Ph.D. students openings, please submit an application for admission to the ENSS Ph.D. program through this link: https://www.ualrgrad.org/application/index.cfm?&isndsl
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