Do you have academic or industry experience with Robotics, Industrial Automation and Mechatronics and talent for collaborating with industry, researchers, and students?
Responsibilities and qualifications
Your overall focus will be contributing to DTU’s strategic aim towards being Europe’s best engineering education. We provide courses and instruction that feed into a number of DTU’s Bachelor in Engineering Programmes (BEng) as well as a range of continuing education formats, including Diploma Programmes. Our approach is research and development-based with a strong focus on practice, hands-on experience, and problem solving. This approach drives our research as well as our teaching, while we aim to qualify our graduates to detect, analyse and find solutions to the real-world problems of the digital transformation and a sustainable future. The pedagogical concept and the BEng programmes are based upon the internationally recognized concept CDIO.
Your primary tasks will be:
- Teaching courses and supervising student projects within robotics, mechatronic development, industrial automation and control engineering
- Strengthen the research profile of the research group within mechatronics and automated mechanisms by contributing with implementation of the new technologies and development of the systems and subsystems of automated industrial processes
- Bridge University-Industry collaboration by implementing new automated mechanisms and processes in industry
The teaching language of the department is Danish. If you do not speak Danish, you will be expected to learn Danish and be able to teach in Danish after 3 years. DTU can provide Danish language courses. You should be proficient in English.
You must be responsible for the teaching of courses. DTU employs two working languages: Danish and English. You are expected to be fluent in at least one of these languages, and in time are expected to master both.
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