TEMPO vacancies: 14 PhD fellowships for start in 2014

TEMPO is an international PhD program for highly motivated young scientists, where state-of-the-art research is combined with a comprehensive training program. The network is funded by the European Community’s Seventh Framework program. TEMPO addresses the needs of European companies and society for embedded control technology, through training on cutting edge research in the rapidly emerging inter-disciplinary field of embedded predictive control and optimization.

Ten partners from academia and industry, as well as three associated partners will provide a multi-national and interdisciplinary training infrastructure, designed to equip the participating fellows with the necessary knowledge and set of tools to pursue successful careers. We are now recruiting 14 PhD candidates for a range of identified projects. For details regarding individual project description, the offered fellowships, and the application process and requirements, please visit the webpages of the individual projects following the links in the list below.

Candidates must apply for each position according to the announcements and deadlines made by each of the partners.

How to apply: Click on link of available position below and follow directions given in the resulting announcement

The positions adheres to the European and the beneficiaries policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. It is an objective to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

PhD1: Nonlinear Model Predictive Control for Mechatronic Systems POSITION FILLED
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Professor Jan Swevers

PhD2: Embedded MPC for Control of Fast Mechatronic Systems POSITION FILLED
Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, Professor Boris Rohal-Ilkiv

PhD3: Informed Predictive Vehicle POSITION FILLED
Renault, Professor Sorin Olaru and Dr. Guillermo Pita Gil

PhD4: Nonlinear MPC of Tethered Power Plane POSITION FILLED
Ampyx Power BV, Professor Moritz Diehl and Dr. Richard Ruiterkamp

PhD5: http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/work-here/doctoral-position-in-embedded-optimization-and-predictive-control-two-posts POSITION FILLED
University of Oxford, Dr. Paul Goulart

PhD6: Robustness of MPC Explicit Solutions POSITION FILLED
Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (SUPÉLEC), Professor Pedro Rodriguez-Ayerbe

PhD7: Reduced complexity explicit MPC POSITION FILLED
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Professor Morten Hovd

PhD8: Explicit MPC and Delay Implications POSITION FILLED
Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (SUPÉLEC), Professor Sorin Olaru

PhD9: Fast Embedded Optimization via Non- convex Operator Splitting POSITION FILLED
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Professor Colin Jones

PhD10: Code Generation for Embedded Nonlinear MPC/MHE POSITION FILLED
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg, Professor Moriz Diehl

PhD11: Optimal Co-design of FPGA Implementations for MPC POSITION FILLED
Imperial College, London, Dr. Eric Kerrigan

PhD12: Real-time Implementation of Embedded MPC on PLCs POSITION FILLED
Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, Professor Michal Kvasnica

PhD13: Explicit MPC in Higher Order Systems POSITION FILLED
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Professor Tor Arne Johansen

PhD14: http://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/work-here/doctoral-position-in-embedded-optimization-and-predictive-control-two-posts POSITION FILLED
University of Oxford, Dr. Paul Goulart




2014/12/08 03:48, Tor Arne Johansen

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