Postdoc fellow and PhD positions are available in the Robotics Lab of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Department at North Carolina State University (NCSU). The candidate should have a strong background in mechatronics, robotics, control, electronics, or machine learning.

Our lab has strong collaboration with ABB Robotics Global Research (minutes away from NCSU campus).

Applications (assembled as a single PDF file) should contain a CV, a list of publications, and copies of up to three scientific papers.
Applications should be emailed to

PhD students can be admitted in 2021 fall.
PhD students will receive tuition scholarship and stipend support. Students are required to have TOEFL (or IELTS or Duolingo), GRE is not required.

Postdoc qualification:
- PhD in Mechanical, Biomedical, Electrical Engineering, Robotics, Computer Science, or related areas including
- Biomechanics track: research experiences in one or more of the following areas: motion capture analysis, EMG signal processing, inverse kinematics and kinetics, metabolics analysis.
- Robotics track: research experiences in one or more of the following areas: mechatronic design, power electronics, embedded system, control theory, machine learning.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.

** About the lab and North Carolina State University**

The College of Engineering at NC State is considered one of the best engineering and computer science schools in USA. US News Engineering ranking is 24. NCSU has a strong research cluster of faculty in robotics, control, and rehabilitation engineering. Located in the vibrant Research Triangle, our university is surrounded by high-tech companies and job opportunities including ABB robotics, 3D Systems, Apple's new campus, Google, SAS, IBM, Cisco. The nationally-ranked School of Medicine at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University provide an excellent clinical environment for students to gain experience in medicine. Additionally, and offers state-of-the-art facilities for robotics and biomedical engineering researchers engaged in vital areas of technology transfer. North Carolina is rated one of the best places to live in the USA.