A Brief History of Our Growth: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/industry/2013/12/30/building-a-future/
Apply through MIME admissions or EECS admissions. Students should identify one or more prospective advisors from the robotics faculty page and apply to the corresponding program(s) (MIME and/or EECS). If you are currently a graduate student at OSU, you should contact the robotics faculty members directly.
Apply through Oregon State University admissions. If you are currently an undergraduate student at OSU, we recommend you start taking robotics courses and join the Robotics Club as a way to get involved. Additional opportunities for undergraduate research are posted below.
1) Undergraduate collaborative research opportunity for Oregon State University students with CEOAS and MIME faculty:
Title: Autonomous Research Vessels to Explore Extreme Ocean Environments
Project summary: There are many ocean environments which are unsuitable for manned research vessels, either because they are too dangerous (i.e., near a calving glacier), or require too many resources to be be effective. We seek to design a new generation of Autonomous Research Vessels (ARVs) that can be programmed to measure ocean dynamics in extreme environments. This research project involves the design, construction, and programing of robust systems that will be used to explore ocean dynamics in Greenland, Alaska, and in remote ocean basins.
PIs: Jonathan Nash (CEOAS), Geoff Hollinger (MIME)
To apply: Send your resume to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oregon State University Robotics group is seeking applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (MIME). All areas in robotics and related fields will be considered, with the primary goal of finding top-quality candidates who can work with us as we build a strong robotics program (http://robotics.oregonstate.edu/faculty). This search is part of general growth at OSU, and MIME is hiring five faculty members across a broad range of specialties. Robotics candidates who align with multiple areas for collaboration will be of particular interest, including but not limited to:
The currently published deadline is December 15. The official job description is posted online:
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The School of MIME invites applications for multiple tenure-track or tenured faculty positions in the School's mechanical engineering program and its industrial and manufacturing engineering program. These positions are full-time (1.0 FTE) 9-month appointments. Applicants must hold a doctorate in a relevant field. The successful candidates will be expected to initiate new funded research as well as to expand, complement, and collaborate with existing research programs in the School, the OSU College of Engineering, and beyond.
The School has existing research threads in robotics, advanced manufacturing, next-generation materials, renewable energy systems and humanitarian engineering that cut across its disciplines of industrial, energy systems, manufacturing and mechanical engineering and the graduate program in materials science. Preference will be given to candidates with strong research interests in the above research threads and teaching ability in the MIME disciplines. Additionally, there is a specific call for a faculty member with disciplinary expertise in mechanical and/or industrial design and research interests that align with the research threads.
Faculty collaboration opportunities include, but are not limited to, ONAMI (Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute), Oregon BEST (Built Environment & Sustainable Technologies Center), MBI (Microproducts Breakthrough Institute), NNMREC (Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center), OMI (Oregon Metals Initiative) and others.
For Full Consideration Date: 11-01-2013
Closing Date: 12-15-2013