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  • The Inria's Research Teams produce an annual Activity Report presenting their activities and their results of the year. These reports include the team members, the scientific program, the software developed by the team and the new results of the year. The report also describes the grants, contracts and the activities of dissemination and teaching. Finally, the report gives the list of publications of the year.

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Section: Dissemination

Popularization

Articles and contents

  • Jean-Marc Salotti published an article entitled “La robotique humanoïde”, published in Questions Internationales [8]. It briefly describes the main issues and trends in humanoid robotics. Questions Internationales is a journal from La Documentation Française, which is a brand of the “Direction de l'Information Légale et Administrative”, under the direction of the Central Administration of the French Prime Minister.

  • David Daney was interviewed regarding the collaboration of Auctus with AIO on the Numii project [10], [11].

Education

  • Collaboration with IUT Angoulème. A delegation of professors from IUT Angoulème, GEII Department, came to visit us on December 4, in order to benefit from our expertise on the use of UR3 (Universal Robots) for teaching activities.

Interventions

  • Unithé ou café, Inria Bordeaux, February 26: Anna Pugach gave a presentation: “Le textile intelligent”

  • Journée portes ouvertes, 10 ans Inria Bordeaux, September 27: Vincent Padois gave demonstrations on collaborative robotics with the Panda robot

  • Village des Sciences, Cap Sciences, Bordeaux, October 13: Jean-Marc Salotti animated a movie/debate: “Un robot peut-il partager vos émotions?”

  • Village des Sciences, Cap Sciences, Bordeaux, October 14: Vincent Padois and David Daney gave demonstrations on collaborative robotics with the Panda robot

  • ENSC inauguration, November 30: Nassim Benhabib gave demonstrations on collaborative robotics with the Panda robot