Tenure track (Heavy Machine Automation)
The detailed research and education area of the tenure track position is field robotics. Special knowledge in some of the following fields is beneficial: autonomous systems, navigation, and optimization in control of hydraulic and electric servo systems. As the Department of Intelligent Hydraulics and automation is supported by substantial external funding from a range of sources, such as the Academy of Finland, Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes) and EU, candidates are expected to have the ability to communicate effectively with funding agencies and industrial companies. The Department has a broad network of partners worldwide and the candidates must have a demonstrated record of productive international collaboration.
All candidates considered for a tenure track position are expected to hold an applicable doctoral degree, demonstrate the capacity for independent scholarly activity, possess the teaching skills required for the successful performance of their duties and have the ability to co-operate in pluralistic university environment and with industry.
For more information on the criteria for recruitment in each level of the tenure track, please refer to www.tut.fi/openpositions – Tenure track.
Staff benefits in TUT are comprehensive and include for example:
- occupational health care
- selection of restaurants and cafés on the campus with staff discounts
- excellent sports facilities on the campus
- flexible working hours.
Nr of positions available : 1
Experienced researcher or 4-10 yrs (Post-Doc)
Recognised Researcher (R2)
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