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Technische Universität: Wissenschaftliches Personal, PhD Candidate, Human-Centered Assistive Robotics (HCR)

Wissenschaftliches Personal, PhD Candidate

26.10.2018, Wissenschaftliches Personal

The Human-Centered Assistive Robotics (HCR) Lab at Technical University of Munich (TUM), in cooperation with the Faculty of Sports and Health Sciences at TUM, is looking for a talented PhD candidate (or Postdoctoral researcher) in the field of interpersonal coordination. The candidate will participate the interdisciplinary project on "Life-span development of high-order body representations for the control of body balance: role of prediction during light haptic interactions with another individual". The appointed person will investigate self-perception and self-other distinction in the context of body balance control during human-human interaction, by organizing and conducting behavioral studies on the control of balance between pairs of healthy subjects.

The Human-Centered Assistive Robotics (HCR) Lab at Technical University of Munich (TUM), in cooperation with the Faculty of Sports and Health Sciences at TUM, is looking for a talented PhD candidate (or Postdoctoral researcher) in the field of interpersonal coordination. The candidate will participate the interdisciplinary project on "Life-span development of high-order body representations for the control of body balance: role of prediction during light haptic interactions with another individual". The appointed person will investigate self-perception and self-other distinction in the context of body balance control during human-human interaction, by organizing and conducting behavioral studies on the control of balance between pairs of healthy subjects.

Requirements:

  • Master's degree or diploma in psychology, ergonomics, sports science, physiotherapy, or behavioral neuroscience.
  • Good administrative, organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • High proficiency in writting and speaking German and English.
  • Good knowledge in experimental design, empirical methodology, and statistical analysis.
  • Publications in recognized conferences/journals.
  • Interested to be engaged in teaching and education at TUM.
  • Experience in motion measurement methods and basic programming skills (MATLAB or Python) are desired.

Start: The position is available from January 2019.

Applications: Interested candidates are invited to send application to Prof. Dr. Dongheui Lee (dhlee(at)tum.de) and Dr. Leif Johannsen (leif.johannsen(at)tum.de) including a CV, transcripts, a motivation letter, and a list of references.

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Kontakt: Dr. Leif Johannsen (leif.johannsen(at)tum.de)

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