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31/5/2018 - 9:00-16:30 GIPSA-Lab
Salle Mt Blanc
RHUM workshop (see the announcement) This workshop features talks from two distinguished invited speakers (see below) as well as presentations of RHUM researchers and pitches from PhD students.
  • Invited speakers
  • RHUM Researchers
  • PhD students
    • Jose Grimaldo (INRIA; supervised by T. Fraichard) Human inspired effort distribution during collision avoidance in human-robot motion
    • Matteo Ciocca (INRIA; supervised by P.-B. Wieber & T. Fraichard) Safety Strategies for Biped Walking in Human Environments
    • Nestor Bohorquez (INRIA; supervised by P.-B. Wieber) Design of safe control laws for the locomotion of biped robots
    • Nahuel Villa (INRIA; supervised by P.-B. Wieber) Robust Control for Biped Robots
    • Duc-Canh Nguyen (GIPSA-Lab; supervised by G. Bailly & F. Elisei) Learning interactive behaviors for HRI
    • Rémi Cambuzat (GIPSA-Lab & INRIA; supervised by G. Bailly, O. Simonin & A. Spalanzani) Immersive control of telepresence robots
    • Omar Samir Mohammed (GIPSA-Lab & LIG; supervised by G. Bailly & D. Pellier) Perception to action by deep learning
    • Ying Siu Liang (LIG; supervised by Damien Pellier and Sylvie Pesty) A Robot Programming Framework for Non-Experts
19/5/2016 Gymnase de la piscine universitaire Challenge (PersyCup)
3/4/2016 - 9:00-16:30 GIPSA-Lab
Salle Mt Blanc
RHUM workshop (see the announcement)
  • Gordon Cheng (TU München) Robots doing their best without speech in Human Environments
  • Ludovic Righetti (MPI Tuebingen) Exploiting contact interactions for robust manipulation & locomotion skills
  • Radu Horaud (Perception/INRIA & LJK) Audio-Visual Scene Analysis for HRI
  • Damien Pellier (MAGMA/LIG) Robot Programming by Demonstration in Cobotic Environment
  • Ernesto Gomez-Balderas (AGPIG/GIPSA) Mini-UAV teleoperation in a structured environment
  • Jérôme Maisonnasse (FAB-Lab/MSTIC) Fablab & robotics
30/11/2015 & 1/12/2015 INSA Lyon Colloque J. Cartier "Robotique, Services et Santé"
  • Robotique de service et interaction en environnement complexe
  • Habitat intelligent en santé
  • Apprentissage et aide au geste pour le personnel médical
8/10/2015 - 14:00-16:00 GIPSA-Lab B314 Workshop "Learning interactive behavioral models" organized by G. Bailly after A. Mihoub defense
  • Olivier Pietquin: Interaction management as a stochastic game
  • Mohamed Chetouani: What could we capture from the social interaction layer?
  • Frederic Bevilacqua: Modelling expressive movements: case studies from music, dance and sound design
  • Abdel-Illah Mouaddib: Dealing with short-term and frequent human-robot interaction in public space
2/10/2015 MJK Working lunch Comment posters & demos. Identify joint research subjects (at least two teams). 
21/5/2015 Gymnase de la piscine universitaire Challenge (PersyCup)


The Action-Team Robots in Human Environment adresses several challenges on the two domains of personal and service robots. Our aims are to:
  1. Improve the coordination and collaborations between the different teams contributing to robotics within Persyval-lab, a significant challenge being the very different scientific backgrounds that are brought together: vision, sensor and signal processing, control theory, planning, machine learning, multi-agents, social interactions
  2. Tackle 3 scientific problems related to active perception, navigation in human environments, learning and adaptation of robots behaviors for social interaction, with naturally a significant emphasis on experiments.
  3. Support the development of emerging topics that draw interest in our community, such as ethics and soft robotics.
  4. Demonstrate our progress and collaboration with 2 distinct challenges combining the scientific problems mentioned earlier, one related to service robots, with a robot able to navigate seamlessly in a crowd of humans (autonomously or tele-operated with shared autonomy), and one related to personal robots, with a robot able to interact socially with a group of humans.
  5. Support a Robotics Academy gathering efforts on teaching robotics both in theory and in practice, with a significant use of student experimental challenges.
This project is financed by the ANR (ANR-11-LABX-0025-01). logo ANR