Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Control of Autonomous Systems
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
The successful candidate will conduct research on modeling, sensor fusion, perception, and control of autonomous vehicles for different applications such as transportation systems and self-driving vehicles. The candidate will also support funded projects through original research, collaboration with other team members, development and internal evaluation of reports, facilitating the research meetings within the team, mentoring of students, and technically and financially overseeing projects’ milestones. The candidate will also contribute to proposal development efforts, thereby strengthening North Carolina A&T State University’s ability to attract external funding. The candidate will publish research results, in collaboration with his supervisor, in recognized journals. The candidate will share student mentoring with his supervisor and will participate in departmental seminars and other professional activities as assigned. The candidate will be also working with both graduate and undergraduate students in a mentoring role, and will be involved in conducting workshops, and seminars. The candidate will enjoy a dynamic and collaborative working environment.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is one of the largest departments in the College of Engineering with more than 440 students in its four degree programs. The four programs are a BS in electrical engineering, a BS in computer engineering, an MS in electrical engineering, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. There are 18 full time and 4 part time faculty members in the department. Additional information can be found at https:// www. ncat.edu/coe/departments/elen/index.html
Autonomous Cooperative Control of Emergent Systems of Systems (ACCESS) Laboratory aims to address fundamental problems in modeling, analysis, control, and improvement of complex systems. Researchers at ACCESS laboratory .
1- Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering or related areas (computer science, mechanical engineering, systems engineering, or mechatronics), specializing in Control and Robotics. 2- A strong theoretical and experimental background with evidence of skills related to perception and control of autonomous (2) good skills in writing scientific papers and technical reports, 3- experience with implementing control of robotic systems and embedded systems, 4-good programming skills such as Python, C++, and ROS, 5- familiarity with AI tools, OpenCV, computer vision, (6) familiarity with autonomous vehicles sensors such as Radar, Lidar, camera, GPS, etc.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
1-The ideal candidate should be familiar with AI tools, OpenCV, computer vision, 2- The ideal candidateshould be familiar with autonomous vehicles sensors such as Radar, Lidar, camera, GPS, etc.
Working Title Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Control of Autonomous Systems
Position Number 009762 Salary Range $53,000-$55,000 FLSA Exempt Position Type Post Doctoral Appointment Type Time Limited – Full-time Tenure Track No FTE If Time Limited, Appointment Length 07/31/2023 Organizational Division Electrical & Computer Engineering Organizational Location College of Engineering Organizational Unit Electrical & Computer Engineering