Andrea L. Thomaz
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Socially Intelligent Machines Lab at UT Austin is actively recruiting Ph.D. students and postdoctoral associates.
Must have extensive hands-on experience working with complex robotic systems in your PhD research. We are currently seeking a postdoctoral associate with experience in mobile manipulation, and interest in deploying mobile manipulation on robots in dynamic human environments. If this matches your background and interests, send an email to Dr. Thomaz with your CV and a list of references.
Current UT students
Graduate students working in the SIM Lab are typically ECE or CS students, and part of the Robotics Portfolio program. If you are a current UT student with interest in joining the SIM Lab as a graduate research assistant, send email to Dr. Thomaz with your current CV, and a description of your background (what experience do you have developing robot systems?) and your interests as they relate to the lab’s research (what aspects of robots in human environments are you most interested in?).
Prospective UT students
Apply to our PhD program. Graduate students working in the SIM Lab are typically ECE or CS students, and part of the Robotics Portfolio program.