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Jonathan Roberts on “What do you look for when hiring a roboticist?”

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15 September 2013



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We are looking for researchers who are highly motivated, and who are passionate about seeing the results of their research come to fruition and be used by industry or the public. They should have a demonstrated ability to conduct internationally-recognized, cutting-edge research in robotics, and have a great publication record.

We expect senior staff to have experience in acquiring new project funding and transitioning technologies to applications. Our roboticists should also have a strong interest in deploying robotic technologies in new domains, and in demonstrating these technologies in the field.

Our staff come from all over the world. We have no preference for geographic region. We want the best staff possible – it’s as simple as that.

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Jonathan Roberts s Research Director of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory at the CSIRO ICT Centre in Australia.
Jonathan Roberts s Research Director of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory at the CSIRO ICT Centre in Australia.





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