OpenSwarm: New Horizon Europe project starting
OpenSwarm is a new Horizon Europe project studying the Orchestration and Programming of ENergy-aware and collaborative Swarms With AI-powered Reliable Methods. It is an exciting collaboration that brings together internationally leading partners from academia and industry.
Energy-aware swarm programming will be demonstrated on our 1,000-robot platform in Sheffield, and in the context of real-world use cases in application domains including cities & communities, environmental, industrial & health, and mobility.
We are recruiting two post-doctoral researchers (Research Associates) to work on OpenSwarm. The first post (to be advertised in December) focuses on energy-aware swarm programming (expected start date early 2023). A further Research Associate is anticipated to join the team around September 2023.
The research will contribute to our mission of developing robotics and artificial intelligence technologies that play a major role in addressing future societal needs.
For any questions, email Dr Roderich Gross (email@example.com).
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