Monday, January 29, 2018

Job: Research engineer position in the DREAM project at ISIR, Sorbonne-Université, Paris, France.

Natalia let me know of the following job position

Research engineer position in the DREAM project at ISIR, Sorbonne-Université, Paris, France.

Job position available immediately and for 1 year (may be extended).

The DREAM European project ( is focused on the bootstrap of a developmental process allowing a robot to learn about its environment and the objects it contains.

We are looking for highly motivated candidates with a strong experience in developing software for robotics, in particular on the ROS middleware. The recruited engineer will be in charge of the development and deployment of the ROS modules supporting the DREAM cognitive architecture. He/she will also help the partners to integrate their work into the cognitive architecture and will work on the validation experiments of the project. Programming skills in modern C++ and python are expected. The position involves robotics experiments that will be done on Baxter, PR2 and Pepper robots. The position may be extended later on to more than one year.

The position is located in the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR,, Paris, France. ISIR belongs to Sorbonne Université which is among the top ranked French universities (

Speaking or understanding french is not required.

To apply, please send a CV, letter of motivation (max 2 pages), and a list of three references via e-mail to Please put [DREAM engineer application] in the subject of the mail. Review of applicants will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled.

Best regards,

Stephane Doncieux

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