The appointment is for a (Associate or Full) research scientist with a specialization in manufacturing robotics and control.
The appointment is for 50% effort for three years. Salary range of $100,000 - $150,000 full-time rate.
The Barton/Tilbury Smart Manufacturing research group has a significant growth profile with 5 current projects (funding 1 postdoc and 6 graduate students) and 5 pending research projects. A research scientist with industry and research experience would provide important industry perspective as well as help with development of new research directions and project management of our project portfolio.
Assist with developing and leading new research projects that align with identified industry needs
Aid in project management for several on-going research projects in Smart Manufacturing
Provide guidance and industry perspective to the graduate students
Provide guidance and industry perspective to MDP (Multidisciplinary Design Program) students
Support industry relationships, including indentifying industrially-relevant research challenges
Help write new proposals to acquire funding support for this position and support students conducting research in our group
We are looking for someone with a minimum of 10 years of experience in the manufacturing (preferably automotive) industry, with significant experience interacting with academic or industry research.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or related field.
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