With the LEROSH project, we are exploring how to enable craftspeople to seamlessly integrate robots in their daily business by teaching them fine craft skills, such as sanding. The project is part of the initiative “Handcraft 4.0” founded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Our research network includes the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the Fraunhofer Institute (IWU), software interaction experts from Interactive-Scape, and small to medium size craft enterprises. Together, our goal is to create an end-to-end system that improves the productivity, product quality, and comfort of craft work — without requiring to be a robotic expert.
More information about the project is available here: LEROSH
You’ll be part of our robotics developer team working on the LEROSH project, where we’ll be building experimental robotic systems enriched with a variety of sensors and actuators. You’ll be responsible for actively shaping the system architecture, developing human-robot user interface, enabling the communication between different subsystems (using ROS2), implementing signal processing algorithms including machine learning techniques. You’ll be also in close collaboration with our project partners as well.
- Programming languages: Python, C++, Java, willingness to learn other languages
- Knowledge of machine learning, image and 3D data processing
- You have initial experience with AI, ROS2, Human Computer Interaction, robotic applications, CNC and 3D machining
- You enjoy researching and developing new applications, you think out-of-the-box, like to work in an interdisciplinary team and you are communicative