Artur Kopitca received a funded doctoral position from the Aalto ELEC Doctoral School

Our doctoral student Artur Kopitca has been granted a funded doctoral position at the Aalto ELEC Doctoral School. The funding period is 3 years and 8 months, starting this upcoming August.

Kopitca’s research interests within the scope of research of the Robotic Instruments research group, include acoustic manipulation, real-time control systems, and automation.
His research outputs can be found here.

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