Section: Partnerships and Cooperations
Inria Associate Teams not involved in an Inria International Labs
Participants : Marie Babel, Vishnu Karakkat Narayanan.
Sampen (Self Adaptive Mobile Perception and Navigation) is an Inria associated team with the Iceira Lab supervised by Prof Ren C. Luo at the National University of Taiwan. It has been accepted in 2014 for 2 years. The coordinator of the team for Inria is Anne Spalanzani from UPMF University at Grenoble. The other French participants are Marie Babel, Daney David (Phoenix group in Bordeaux) and Christian Laugier (e-Motion group in Grenoble).
The aim of the project is to propose a self-adaptive system of perception combined with a system of autonomous navigation. Usually, systems of perception rely on a set of specific sensors and a calibration is done in a specific environment. We propose to develop some methods to make perception systems adaptive to the environmental context and to the set of sensors used. This perception, that can be embedded on the mobile robot as well as on home structures (wall, ceiling, floor), will be helpful to localize agents (people, robot) present in the scene. Moreover, it will give information to better understand social scenes.
In the scope of this project, Marie Babel and Vishnu Karakkat Narayanan spent a one-week visit in Iceira Lab in April 2015. Vishnu Karakkat Narayanan was then invited to spend a three-month visit from August till November 2015 in that lab.
Inria International Partners
Informal International Partners
As a follow up to the long term collaboration with the “Centro de Tecnologia da Informação Renato Archer” (CTI) in Campinas (Brazil), Renato José Martins benefits a Ph.D. grant from the CNPq (2013-2017). He is co-directed by Patrick Rives and Samuel Siqueira Bueno from “Divisio de Robotica e Viseo Computacional” at CTI.
Patrick Rives has a collaboration with Javier Gonzales-Jimenez from the University of Malaga (Spain). Eduardo Fernandez-Moral who received his Ph.D. in Malaga by September 2014, is currently on a Postdoctoral position in Sophia Antipolis.
Participation In other International Programs
The Lagadic group is one of the few external partners of the Australian Center for Robotic Vision roboticvision.org . It groups QUT in Brisbane, ANU in Canberra, Monash University and Adelaide University. In the scope of this project, Riccardo Spica spent a six-month visit at ANU collaborating with Prof Rob Mahony, and François Chaumette spend a short visit at QUT and ANU in November 2015.