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  • Peter Shull
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    This Masters position is still available in my lab. The final application deadline for early admission is January 15, so please contact me by the end of December if you are interested. Thanks!

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  • Peter Shull
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    This position is still open.

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  • MS Position: AI for Wearable Biomechanics (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

    A fully funded Master of Science (MS) position is available in the Wearable Systems Lab at Shanghai Jiao Tong University for developing and implementing artificial intelligence algorithms in wearable systems to assess and improve human biomechanics.

    Qualifications:
    Candidates with experience and interest in machine learning and/or model-based algorithm development for wearable systems and with backgrounds in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, materials science, biomedical engineering, or computer science are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will have substantial input into their specific research project. Research objectives and deliverables will be tailored to match the applicant’s skills and support his or her future career goals. Applicants interested in pursuing faculty positions or entrepreneurial/industry careers at the conclusion of their MS period are equally welcome. The successful applicant will receive a MS stipend, monthly housing subsidy, and medical insurance.


    To Apply:
    Compile the following in a single pdf in the following order:
    1. Brief summary of qualifications, relevant experience, research interests, and a personal introduction

    2. Available start date
    3. CV
    4. Name and email addresses of 3-4 references
    5. Relevant representative publications and/or project reports. For any group projects, clearly indicate your personal contribution to the project.

    Send to: pshull@sjtu.edu.cn
    In the email subject line, write "MS Application: Your Name”

    Full listing:
    http://www.wearablesystems.org/join



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    About Shanghai Jiao Tong University:
    Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Mechanical Engineering Department is ranked #1 among all mechanical engineering departments in China. Annual department research funding is over $100 million USD. Academic research is conducted across a broad range of fundamental and applied research disciplines with special emphasis on emerging fields. The Mechanical Engineering Department is located at the expansive Shanghai Jiao Tong University engineering campus, one of the largest campuses in China.
    More details: http://me.sjtu.edu.cn/en/FactsFigures1.html

    About the Wearable Systems Lab
    The Wearable Systems Lab at Shanghai Jiao Tong University develops wearable systems to explore principles of human movement and movement modification. We combine robotic, haptic, and biomechanics principles to create unique sensors, real-time models, sensor fusion algorithms, and novel feedback devices. We focus on human movement in laboratories, in clinics, and in natural environments such as a home or office. Our target applications are in medicine such as osteoarthritis and stroke and athletics such as basketball and running. The Wearable Systems Lab is directed by Peter Shull and is part of the Robotics Institute and the Biomechanics and Biorobotics Lab in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
    More details: http://www.wearablesystems.org
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