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Research Positions at the Univ. of Patras ECE Dept.

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: "Nick T. Koussoulas" <ntk@ee.upatras.gr>

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Patras has four (4) openings for graduate researchers in the fields of Robotics and Process Control.

Candidates must have an engineering degree in Electrical or Computer or Chemical or Mechanical Engineering with strong background in control systems. The researchers can also apply to the graduate program of the Department towards obtaining the Ph.D. degree.

For more information, please get in touch with Prof. Nick T. Koussoulas (tel. +30-61-997296, ntk@ee.upatras.gr) or with Prof. Anthony Tzes (tel. +30-61-996325, tzes@ee.upatras.gr).

-- Nick T. Koussoulas Laboratory for Automation and Robotics Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept. University of Patras GR-26500 Rio Patras, GREECE

Tel: +30 61 99.72.96 Fax: +30 61 99.73.09 E-mail: ntk@ee.upatras.gr Web: http://www.lar.ee.upatras.gr/lar/~koussoulas


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