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The UTS Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) Recruitment

1. Job Title:Postdoctoral Fellow

2. Faculty / School / Unit: Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology: Centre for Autonomous Systems, UTS

3. Job Summary

This opportunity is offerred to up to 6 early career researchers to join the UTS Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS), an internationally acclaimed robotics research group as Postdoctoral Fellows.

4. Detailed Description

The UTS Centre for Autonomous Systems (CAS) within the Faculty of Engineering & IT (FEIT) is an internationally acclaimed and award winning robotics research group. CAS currently has over 50 robotics researchers (including over 30 PhD students) conducting fundamental robotics research in (1) field and service robotics, (2) robot teams and (3) human-robot interaction. CAS partners with government, industry and the wider community to engage in research that brings about positive change. The centre has formed strong collaborations with researchers in Stanford University, Virginia Tech and other institutions throughout Europe and Asia. Researchers within the centre play an integral and vital role and are tasked with undertaking a comprehensive program of fundamental, applied and translational research. In addition, they are responsible for forming key industry partnerships based on the real-world application of the work produced.

The Centre seeks to appoint up to 6 Postdoctoral Fellows:

  • Up to four to support the Centre for Autonomous Systems

  • One Postdoctoral Fellow to support project ‘Advanced Condition Assessment & Failure Prediction Technologies for Optimal Management of Critical Pipes’

  • One Postdoctoral Fellow to support project ‘3D Imaging for Phenotypic Trait Estimation of Beef and Sheep Carcasses’

  • As a member of CAS and FEIT, you will directly contribute to and support UTS in achieving its vision of being a leading, international university and an inspiring place to work.

Responsibilities:

The Postdoctoral Fellow will contribute to research within the Centre for Autonomous Systems in the UTS Faculty of Engineering & IT. They will:

  • Conduct fundamental robotics research

  • Develop collaborative research internally with colleagues in the Centre, School, Faculty and University and externally with other research partners

  • Co-supervise research students and contribute to their development as future researchers

  • Contribute as a team-player to the activities of the Centre’s academic team

  • Assist the project CIs to manage research projects

  • Develop relationships with industry partners and professional bodies

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Possess demonstrated knowledge in areas directly relevant to robotics

  • Have completed a PhD in robotics, mechatronics, computer science or related disciplines.

5. Remuneration/Salary

Salary Range: $92,755 to $106,140 pa (Level B)

The university offers 17% employer provided superannuation and salary packaging opportunities. These appointments will be on a fixed term basis and extend from 1 to 3 years.

You will also reap the rewards of working in a dynamic, supportive environment with employee benefits including flexible work practices, study support and generous parental leave.

6. How to Apply

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Prior to commencing your application, please review the Position Description and the relevant Key Selection Criteria, which you are required to address in a separate document. Seek applicants must click ‘Apply for this job’ and will be taken to our Jobs at UTS site.

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Please note that only those applications submitted via the UTS online recruitment system will be accepted. Current UTS employees should apply through their UTS Employee Self Service function.

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Please ensure that the file name for each uploaded document includes IRC79225.

Specific enquiries may be directed to Professor Dikai Liu at Dikai.Liu@uts.edu.au

Closing Date: Monday 7th March at 11.59pm

Job Ref: IRC79225