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Brain-Machine interfaces (BMI) interpret brain activity to produce commands on a computer or other devices like a robotic arm. A BMI therefore allows its user, and especially a person with high mobility impairment, to interact with its environment only using its brain activity. We will present how it is possible to decode non-invasive or invasive brain signals to perform a reaching or a grasping movement using a Jaco robotic arm by Kinova.
Attending the Summer School on Image and Robotics, provides the opportunity to enjoy two weeks of academic, scientific achievement and promotes international goodwill. This summer, you will have the opportunity to attend a unique and intensive immersion program on image and robotics.
Place : Grenoble
The next guest of the POLARIS colloquium will be Vincent Hayward, who will speak on the subject of "Robotics and haptic feedback". Vincent Hayward is a professor at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie and a researcher at the Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique in Paris.
Place : IRCICA Auditorium, Parc de la Haute-Borne, in Villeneuve d'Ascq
Guest(s) : Vincent Hayward
On Thursday, February 19 between 7 pm and 9 pm, the Beyond Lab event on robotics will take place at theGrappe, the co-working space for collaborative projects. The event will attract the various players in the robotics field to its collective intelligence workshops. Inria Lille – Nord Europe teams will present two of the sessions.
Place : La Grappe - 75 rue Léon Gambetta, Lille
For over 20 years, Jean-Pierre Merlet, head of the Hephaistos team, has devoted his time and energy to the development of industrial robots and high precision therapeutic devices. His work has earned him the highest rank of the IEEE*, giving him the status of a Fellow.
Careers at Inria - Interview
Since 2009, Jérôme Béchu has been working as a young graduate engineer within the FLOWERS team at Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest. Under the guidance of Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, this team conducts research into the emerging area of developmental and social robotics. Jérôme Béchu assists the FLOWERS team in setting up experimental robotics platforms. He runs us through his tasks and projects.
On the 4th and 5th of April 2015, six scientific culture centres invite you to join in and help build Poppy, Inria's little open source robot.
Maintaining the dignity and autonomy of the elderly is at stake, therefore opening research perspectives of interest for Inria Project Teams (IPT). In order to promote this theme and to coordinate the involved activity researches amongst Inria institute, a Large Scale Initiative Action gathers nine projects team from Nancy, Grenoble, Sophia Antipolis and Rennes in one cross-entity named PAL (Personally Assisted Living)
Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée
ARK are international symposia of the highest level organized every two years since 1988. They provide a forum for researchers working in robot kinematics and stimulate new directions of research by forging links between robot kinematics and other areas.
Place : Grasse (France)
Guest(s) : Conference Chairman J. Lenarčič, J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia J-P. Merlet, INRIA, France Honorary Chairman B. Roth, Stanford University, USA Scientific Committee J. Angeles, McGill University, Montreal, Canada M. Husty, University of Innsbruck, Austria A. Kecskemethy, University of Duisburg, Germany O. Khatib, Stanford University, USA J. M. McCarthy, University of California at Irvine, USA V. Parenti-Castelli, University of Bologna, Italy F. Park, Seoul National University, Korea A. Perez, Idaho State University, USA J. Selig, London South Bank University, UK B. Siciliano, University of Naples, Italy M. M. Stanisic, University of Notre Dame, USA F. Thomas, Institute of Industrial Robotics, Spain P. Wenger, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
European Research Council 2009
Pierre-Yves Oudeyer received a grant worth €1.5 million for his project. An unusual career between high-tech fundamental research and experimental applications accessible to the general public, a revival of robotics and a journey to the sources of human language. Pierre-Yves Oudeyer had some weighty plus points when he presented his project to the ERC. Through the grant obtained in autumn 2009, the head of the FLOWERS team was promoted European "scientific leader" in robotics.