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sahbani Anis
Title : Associate Professor
Address : 4 place Jussieu, CC 173, 75252 Paris cedex 05
Phone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 62 23
Email : sahbani(at)isir.upmc.fr
Group : AGATHE (AGATHE)

 

Short Biography

Anis Sahbani is an Associate Professor at Pierre & Marie Curie University (UPMC). He is the graduate program coordinator of the Master degree in "Intelligent Systems & Robotics" at UPMC. He has an Electrical Engineer Degree (specialization on Industrial Data Processing) from École Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (E.N.I.T.) in 1998. MS in Automation and Computer engineering 1999. He received his PhD in Robotics and Computer Science from University of Paul Sabatier - Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Group of the LAAS-CNRS in 2003.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research Areas (Publication List)

  • Hybrid systems
  • Manipulation planning using PRM
  • Learning dexterous manipulation by imitation
  • Visual servoing for manipulation
  • Dexterous manipulation
  • Co-manipulation systems in medical robotics

 

Recent Activities

 

Projects

  • MOLOG (European project - Esprit LTR 28226 / 1999--2002)
  • PICASSO (PHC - Espagne / 2005--2006)
  • PESSOA (PHC - Portugal / 2007--2008)
  • SURGICOBOT (ANR - TecSan / 2006--2009)
  • ABILIS (ANR - Contenus et Interaction / 2009--2011)
  • ANIPEV (FEDER / 2010--2012)

 

Current PhD Student

 

Past PhD Student

  • Jean-Philippe Saut (2004-07) - Dexterous Manipulation Planning with a Multi-fingered Robotic Hand (pdf) - Postdoctoral Position at ISIR.
  • Sahar El-Khoury (2005-08) - A Hybrid Approach, Analytical and Empirical, for Natural Grasps Synthesis with a Multi-fingered Robotic Hand (pdf) - Postdoctoral Position at LASA - EPFL.
  • Vincent Crocher (2008-12) - Upper Limb Exoskeleton Control for Neurorehabilitatiob (pdf) - Postdoctoral Position at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee - Hand Rehabilitation Lab.
  • Laurence Vancamberg (2009-13) - Robotic Assistance for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Biopsy (pdf) (Funded by General Electric Healthcare) - Engineer at GE Healthcare.