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The complexity of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) can only be managed with well-designed software architectures and integrated tool chains that support the entire development process. Model-driven engineering (MDE) is an approach that allows RAS developers to shift their focus from implementation to the domain knowledge space and to promote efficiency, flexibility and separation of concerns for different development stakeholders. One key goal of MDE approaches is to be integrated with available development infrastructures from the RAS community, such as ROS middleware, OROCOS for real-time control, OpenCV for computer vision, or Gazebo for simulation.The goal of this post-doc is to investigate and develop modular/compositional and predictable software architectures and interoperable design tools based on model-based (instead of code-centric) approaches. The work must be performed in the context of European projects such as RobMoSys (www.robmosys.eu), and other initiatives on assurance of robotics and autonomous systems. The main industrial goal is to simplify the effort of RAS engineers and thus allowing the development of more advanced, more complex autonomous systems at an affordable cost. In order to do so, the postdoctoral fellow will contribute to set-up and consolidate a vibrant ecosystem, tool-chain and community that will provide a unified model-based design, simulation, safety assessment and formal validation and verification environment.
Département Ingénierie Logiciels et Systèmes (LIST)
Laboratoire d'Ingénierie dirigée par les modèles pour les Systèmes Embarqués
ESPINOZA ORTIZ Huascar
CEA SaclayDRT/LIST/DILS/LSEA91191 Gif-sur-YvetteFrance
Phone number: 0699946076
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« The age limit is 26 years for PhD offers and 30 years old for post-doc offers. »
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