The Sanger Lab at the University of California Irvine invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar working at the intersection of neuromechanics and robotics. The mission of the Sanger Lab is to use engineering principles to understand childhood movement and to discover new treatments and enabling devices that will improve motor function in children with developmental disorders of movement.
The postdoctoral scholar will work on research projects developing wearable robotic architectures for movement assistance, with a particularly focus on human-robot controller synthesis using electrophysiology and coordinated electrical stimulation to augment movement abilities. The postdoctoral scholar will work in tandem with researchers developing soft wearable robotic hardware. Candidates with a background in electrophysiology, robotics, machine learning, human-robot interaction, motor control, and signal processing will be considered.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and years of experience: from $53,460 to $64,008.00. Applicants are expected to have a doctoral degree, at the time of hire, in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or a related field from an accredited university. The candidate should have significant research experience in a related area and a strong history of scholarly publications. Fluency in English speaking/writing is required. Qualified candidates should send their curriculum vitae along with the names and address of three references to the following on-line recruitment URL to submit the materials requested. Screening will begin immediately upon receipt of a completed application.
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