Seminar of Gianluca Antonelli

Gianluca Antonelli,  full professor in robotics at the university of Cassino in Italy will visit us on May 12th and will give the talk below at 14:00 in Salle Aurigny (D165)

Marine robotics challenges and applications. Current research at the Italian center ISME

This talk will present the Italian interuniversity center ISME, established in 1999. ISME is composed by 9 Universities and has its background mainly in Systems and Control Engineering, Applied Mechanics and Computer Science. The activities of the ISME researchers will be presented trought brief overviews of some current and recent projects funded by National calls, the Italian Defense and the European Union. Topics will cover, among the others, underwater intervention, multiple vehicles coordination for geophysical applications, asset surveillance.

Gianluca Antonelli is Full Professor at the « University of Cassino and Southern Lazio », Italy and Fellow IEEE since 2021. His research interests include marine and industrial robotics, multi-agent systems, identification. He has published more than 50 international journal papers and 130 conference papers, he is author of the book « Underwater Robots » (Springer, 2003, 2006, 2014, 2018) and co-authored the chapter « Underwater Robotics » for the Springer Handbook of Robotics, (Springer, 2008, 2016). From 2016 to 2021 he has been member elected of the « IEEE Robotics & Automation Society » (RAS) Administrative Committee, he has been coordinator of the EuRobotics Topic Group in Marine Robotics, he has been secretary of the IEEE-Italy section, he has been chair of the IEEE RAS Italian Chapter, he has been Chair of the IEEE RAS Technical Committee in Marine Robotics. He served in the Editorial Board of the IEEE Transactions on Robotics, IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Springer Journal of Intelligent Service Robotics. In October 2021 and 2020, he was top 1% in the field « Industrial Engineering & Automation » according to common metrics and the SCOPUS database.

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