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PERDEREAU Véronique
Title : Professor
Address : 4 place Jussieu, CC 173, 75252 Paris cedex 05
Phone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 62 11
Email : vperdereau(at)isir.upmc.fr
Group : SYROCO (SYROCO)

 

  • Full professor
  • IEEE senior member
  • Responsible for the International Master Program in  "Mechatronic Systems for Rehabilitation"  in cooperation with Brescia University, Italy (http://www.master.sdi.upmc.fr/en/mechatronic.html)
  • Responsible for the Master "Engineering for Health"

Research interests

  • Hybrid force/position control of robot manipulators
  • Multi-robot cooperation
  • Control of redundant systems
  • Collision avoidance
  • Modelling and control of a multi-fingered robotic hand
  • Planning and control of in-hand dexterous manipulation
  • Grasping force optimization
  • Grasping strategy of an unknown object
  • Imitation of human gesture
  • Third hand

Research collaborative projects

  • Coordinator of the EU FP7 IP project: HANDLE (2009-2013) "Developmental pathway towards autonomy and dexterity in robot in-hand manipulation" http://www.handleproject.eu/
  • Partner of the National ANR PsiRob project: ASSIST (2008-2013) "Study and development of a two arms mobile manipulator for assistance of handicapped people" http://www.lirmm.fr/~fraisse/Assist/
  • Partner of the EU FP7 IRSES project: ECROBOT (2012-2015) "European and Chinese platform for robotics and applications"

Subjects taught

  • Control theory
  • Neural network and fuzzy logic
  • Real-time systems
  • Position control of robot manipulators
  • Force control of robot manipulators

Education collaborative projects

  • Partner of the EU Erasmus thematic network: PRAXIS (2011-2014) "European center for project/internship excellence"

  • Partner of the EU Multilateral Erasmus Project (Lifelong Learning Programme): MScART (2012-2014) "European MSc in Advanced Rehabiliation Technologies"

  • Partner of the EU Tempus Programme: BioEMIS (2012-2015) "Studies in Bioengineering and Medical Informatics"