[visionlist] Vacancy Research Technician
m.verhaegen at tudelft.nl
Wed Mar 27 11:38:00 -04 2019
*Job description (Research Technician High Resolution Imaging
Systems/Optomechatronics) at TU Delft, The Netherlands.*
The Control for High Resolution Imaging Group of the Delft University of
technology is seeking a highly skilled technician who is ready to take
on challenging specialized technical support to research groups in the
design, development, manufacture, maintenance and installation of
scientific instruments and research laboratory equipment.
Typical duties include managing of equipment and assisting scientific
staff (PhD, Postdoc and professors) in their plans of realizing
state-of-the-art development of scientific instruments and experimental
setups. This includes supporting staff with 3D component design,
electronic prototyping, and programming. The ability to thrive and
actively participate in a fast developing collaborative research
environment is key.
The candidate should have a profound background in opto-mechatronics, or
willingness to develop one. Besides optics, an affinity with electronics
and programming is required. In addition, the successful candidate
should demonstrate experience in developing and maintaining embedded
control software solutions for multi-agent system applications and
experimental testing, such as the use of customised, or commercial
off-the-shelf (COTS) components for autonomous, unmanned vehicle
platforms (UAVs, mobile robots, and small-scale vehicles).
Examples of ongoing projects:
* Lightsheet microscopy
* Adaptive optics
* 3D and 4D imaging
* Super resolution nanoscopy imaging
* Cooperative quadrotor formation control, multi-agent robotic
manipulation and swarms
* Fast autonomous vehicles with on-board optimization and control
* Inertial sensor-based, minimalistic multi-robot SLAM
* Speedgoat real-time systems for embedded simulation and fleet testing.
The following qualifications are needed:
* MSc or PhD Degree in physics, optics, engineering, or computer science.
* Good understanding of optical, electrical and opto-mechatronic
* Practical knowledge of optics and experimental laboratories.
* Practices, such as 3D printing and development in
embedded/resource-constrained platforms such as Arduino, Raspberry
Pi, Pixhawk, among others, and/or willing to learn and develop these
* Familiarity with design software such as SolidWorks, Zemax, among
others, and/or willing to develop these software skills.
* Experience in ROS and knowledge of programming languages
Matlab/Simulink Real-Time, Python, Java, C/C++ will be beneficial.
* Excellent communication skills in English.
* Ability to prioritise, plan, and work in a team.
Conditions of employment
This position has an amount of 38 working hours per week (1, 0 fte).
The offer contains a temporary appointment with the prospect of
permanent. The salary is based on scale 10 with a maximum of € 4.274,-
gross per month on a fulltime basis. TU Delft offers a customisable
compensation package, a discount for health insurance and sport
memberships, and a monthly work costs contribution. Flexible work
schedules can be arranged. An International Children’s Centre offers
child care and an international primary school. Dual Career Services
offers support to accompanying partners. Salary and benefits are in
accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities.
Contract type: Temporary, with prospect of permanent*
For more information about this position, please contact dr. T.
Keviczky, t.keviczky at tudelft.nl. or prof.dr.ir. M. Verhaegen,
m.verhaegen at tudelft.nl. To apply, please e-mail a detailed cv along with
a letter of application by 1 May 2019 to Irina Bruckner,
application-3mE at tudelft.nl. The call for applications will remain open
until the ideal candidate is found.
Prof. dr. ir. Michel Verhaegen
Delft Center for Systems and Control
Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering
Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD Delft
Room 34 C-1-340
Phone: +31 (0)15 2785204
Fax: +31 (0)15 2786679
Tel. secr. +31§ (0)15 2785119
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