Scientific news

Monday, 12 June, 2017
The members of the Tele-MAGMaS project, coordinated by Antonio Franchi, will do a demonstration of a first prototypical MAGMaS system during a meeting between Robotics Place and LAAS-CNRS.
Friday, 9 June, 2017
Honoris Causa_Y.CHABAL On Tuesday, June 6th, Professor Yves Chabal was awarded the diploma of Doctor Honoris Causa. This honorary prestigious title is a mark of distinction that rewards an exceptional journey, at the highest international level.
Thursday, 4 May, 2017
Francesco Ferrante is one of the three best thesis prize GdR MACS (CNRS Research Network on Modeling, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems) winners. His research focuses on the stability and stabilization of systems with quantized or intermittent input/output.
Thursday, 19 January, 2017
Aline Cerf, ELIA team researcher, won one of the top five posters prize selected by Nobel Prize laureates, Fields Medalists and Millenium Technology Prize laureates at Global Youg Scientists Summit 2017 (GYSS)
Friday, 16 December, 2016
The Tele-MAGMaS international research team led by Antonio Franchi (RIS team) has been selected among the five finalists for the Kuka Innovation Award 2017. The team is addressing search and rescue operations in regions which are difficult to access or dangerous following disasters. For this, they take advantage of both stationary and flying robots which collaboratively can carry and position objects.”
Tuesday, 29 November, 2016
The article "Optimisation techniques contribute to success of Rosetta Mission" released in the Autumn issue of IMPACT is about how ROC Team used constraint programming to ensure that the experiments on Comet 67P were scheduled to make the best use of very limited resources.
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016
Chaimae Ghfiri, best paper award APEMC2016 Chaimae Ghfiri, PhD student of our ESE team, received the Best paper award at the Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility 2016 Conference in Shenzhen (China).
Wednesday, 30 March, 2016
After more than three years of construction and programming (thanks to the RIS team), Spencer the robot completed various tests at Schiphol this month
Friday, 11 March, 2016
Sandra Devin, PhD student of our Robotics and interactions team received the "Best technical advanced in HRI", one of the 4 "best papers" rewards of International HRI Conference (Human Robot Interaction) held in march 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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