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Open Positions

PhD Research Positions

Ph.D. positions are available in the ADAMS lab (for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023). A successful student for this position must have a solid background in mathematics, engineering, and computer programming. Prior experience with numerical methods, machine learning and optimization, previous publication experiences, and strong communication skills are a plus.

Masters Research Positions

MS Thesis and MS Project positions are available in the ADAMS lab (for Spring 2022 onwards). A successful student for this position must have a solid background in mathematics, engineering, and computer programming. Knowledge of simulation tools and/or hands-on experience with mechatronics/robotics are a plus.

Undergrad Research Positions

Undergraduate research (or independent study) positions are available in the ADAMS lab. Students from any department of Engineering or Computer Science are welcome. Computer programming experience (incl. MATLAB) and hands-on experience with mechatronics/robotics are a plus.

If you are interested in any of these positions, please drop me an email at soumacho@buffalo.edu.

PhD Research Positions

Preferred qualifications

  • B.S. or M.S. in: Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, or Computer Science (or any other closely related discipline).
  • Strong mathematical background
  • Proficiency in (at least one) programming platform among Python, C and C++
    Experience using MATLAB
  • Knowledge of any the following software libraries is a plus: Pytorch, TensorFlow, Gurobi, Google OR tools, Robotic Operating System (ROS), OpenCV, OpenMDAO and PETSc.
  • Knowledge of any of the following engineering simulation tools is a plus: Simulink, Modelica, Gazebo/V-REP, and ROS.
  • Prior research experience/background in any of the following areas is a plus: optimization, uncertainty quantification, machine learning, artificial neural networks, robotic algorithms, robot control, and hands-on experience with robotics hardware.
  • Prior scholarly publication experience, e.g., intl. conference/journal articles, is a plus
  • Good communication and technical writing skills are a plus.

 

Masters Thesis Positions

Preferred Qualification: Must be an enrolled MS student in any Engineering/CS department at UB. For further information, please contact me via email, and attach your CV.

Undergraduate Research Positions

Preferred Qualification: Must be an enrolled BS student in any Engineering/CS department at UB.

Project Topics include (not limited to):

  • Swarm robotic experiments and gaming
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles design and flight testing
  • Application of artificial intelligence in robotics