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We invite applicants to join our mission to accelerate advances in robotics for the benefit of society.
The Robotics Department in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor invites applications for junior or senior faculty positions that will join our mission to accelerate advances in robotics for the benefit of society. Successful candidates will have a relevant doctorate or equivalent experience and an outstanding record of achievement and impactful research in academia, industry, and/or at national laboratories. They will have a strong record or commitment to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to providing service to the university and to the profession, and to broadening the intellectual diversity of the College.
The Robotics Department seeks to fill three tenure-track faculty positions. One of the positions will focus on the area of perception for robotics. The other two positions do not focus on a specific area. The Robotics Department invites candidates across all research areas relevant to robotics to apply. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.
The Robotics Department at the College of Engineering is committed to providing its members with an environment filled with integrity, enthusiasm, and respect. For more information about our values, please see: robotics.umich.edu/about/values/.
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