Monday, August 31, 2009

Postdoc openings on the RoboBees project

The Harvard RoboBees project ( is funded through an NSF Expeditions in Computing grant and is developing an artificial colony of robotic bees. This project involves a wide range of research themes in microscale robotics, multi-agent systems, embedded computing, and novel programming models. The RoboBees project has openings for postdoctoral researchers with expertise in the following areas:
  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Embedded computing
  • Biologically-inspired multiagent systems
  • Swarm robotics
  • Low-power wireless networking
To apply, please send your CV and a brief research statement to Prof. Matt Welsh with the subject line RoboBees Postdoc Application. Before applying for this position, please read over the synopsis of the RoboBees project on our website, and indicate in your application how your research interests overlap with the specific themes above. The application deadline is October 15, 2009. We hope to make decisions by early November.

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