Team

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I am currently in the LARSEN team in Inria Nancy / Loria.
Below the list of people that worked with me over the years on my projects.

Current

  • Postdocs
    • Mihai Andries (CHIST-ERA HEAP), 05/2019-04/2020
      Topic: generating 3D printable adversarial objects
  • PhD students
  • Visiting students
  • Engineers
  • Master / Internships
    • Clelie Amiot (H2020 ANDY, Master MSCA Univ. Lorraine), 03-08/2019
      Topic: wearable devices for feedback about ergonomics postures
    • Lorenzo Vianello (CHIST-ERA HEAP, Univ. La Sapienza Univ. Rome), 03-09/2019
      Topic: learning human preferences over Dexnet for grasping
    • Niyati Rawal (ANR Flying-CoWorker, with F. Colas, F. Charpillet, V. Thomas), 05-09/2019
      Topic: activity recognition and duration prediction during HRI
    • Guillaume Courrier (ANR Flying-CoWorker, with A. Guenard), 07-08/2019
      Topic: acceptable approaching trajectories of a drone towards a worker

Past (since 11.2014)

  • Postdocs
    • Jonathan Spitz (Lorraine project “LocoLearn”, with Jean-Baptiste Mouret), 1/2017-06/2018
      Topic: learning whole-body behaviors for iCub
      Went to Bosch research as engineer
    • Pauline Maurice (H2020 ANDY), 06/2017-05/2019
      Topic: ergonomy in human-robot collaboration
      Stayed in our team after obtaining a CNRS researcher position
  • PhD students
  • Visiting students
    • Augusto Francisco (PhD student in Dresden University of Technology, with Jost Halfmann), 06/2018-12/2018
      Topic: ethnography and sociology study around iCub
    • Marie Charbonneau (PhD student in Italian Institute of Technology, with Daniele Pucci), 05/2018-12/2018
      Topic: learning to walk for iCub
    • Ludivine Alliene (PhD student in Université de Picardie Jules Vernes, with Estelle Ferrarese), 03/2017-03/2018
      Topic: social impact of human-robot interaction
    • Jamie Waugh (MITACS-Inria grant, University of Waterloo, Canada, with Dana Kulic), 09/2016-12/2016
      Topic: Online Learning of Gait Models for Fall Prediction
  • Master / Internships
    • Vishnu Radhakrishnan (H2020 ANDY, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA), 09/2018-12/2018
      Topic: learning for ergonomic human-robot collaboration
    • Luigi Penco (H2020 ANDY, La Sapienza University of Rome), 10/2017-03/2018
      Topic: human-humanoid imitation with whole-body controllers
      Stayed in our team as Engineer in ANDY
    • Kazu Otani (H2020 ANDY, Carnegie Mellon University, USA, with Karim Bouyarmane), 05/2017-11/2017
      Topic: human-humanoid imitation with whole-body controllers
      Went to Shield AI as autonomy engineer
    • Waldez Azevedo Gomes Jr (H2020 ANDY, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), 05/2017-11/2017
      Topic: adaptive role allocation in human-humanoid collaboration
      Stayed in our team as PhD student in ANDY
    • Maxime Chaveroche (H2020 ANDY, Master IPAC & Telecom Nancy, France, with Francis Colas), 03/2017-09/2017
      Topic: classification of human activity from wearable sensing
      Went to UTC for a PhD thesis
    • Ugo Chervet (FP7 CODYCO, IFMA Clermont-Ferrand, France), 03/2016-09/2016
      Topic: learning multi-task priorities for iCub
      Went to ALTEN as Engineer
    • Anthony Voilqué (FP7 CODYCO, IFMA Clermont-Ferrand, France), 03/2016-09/2016
      Topic: physical human-robot interaction for cooperative assembly with iCub
      Went to PSA for an industrial PhD (CIFRE)
    • Adrien Malaisé (Inria grant, Master MSCA Université de Lorraine & UPMC, France), 02/2016-08/2016
      Topic: acceptance and user study of a robotic arm programmed by non-experts
      Stayed in our team as PhD student in ANDY
    • Sebastian Marichal (Inria international grant, University Pompeu Fabra, Spain), 09/2015-02/2016
      Topic: intuitive interfaces for programming robotic arms by non-experts
      Went to University Pompeu Fabra for a PhD thesis