Université de Rennes 1
I graduated from the University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC, France) in 2007. I received the Ph.D. degree in Computed Science from UTC in 2011 for my study of robust set-membership methods for multisensor localization, with Heudiasyc lab.
I spent two years with ENSTA Bretagne’s Ocean Sensing and Mapping team, in Brest (France), working on cooperative localization and exploration for underwater robots squads.
Since september 2014, I am with the Lagadic team in Rennes as an Assistant Professor at ISTIC, University of Rennes 1 Education and Research department in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
My research interests are in interval-based set-membership methods for mobile robotics. Applications include multi-sensor fusion, cooperative localization in robot squads, with a focus on rigorous uncertainty management.
I teach various courses and labs as an Assistant Professor at the Université de Rennes 1.