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Our 5 teams composed of researchers from various disciplines, around objects, applications and shared scientific matters within the two major challenges of robotics: interactivity with human persons and autonomy.

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The advent of artificial intelligences and robots is inducing profound transformations in our societies. ISIR researchers help to anticipate them by working on the autonomy of machines and their ability to interact with human beings.

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COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF PHYSICAL PATIENT-ROBOT COOPERATION: HDR DEFENSE BY LUDOVIC SAINT-BAUZEL

Ludovic Saint-Bauzel will defend his habilitation to direct research (HDR) at Sorbonne University on Wednesday 08 December at 2pm, in the Durand amphitheatre, Esclanglon building. Title of the work: “Computational modelling of the physical patient-robot cooperation: From the prediction of pathological movement for the control of assistance robots to…
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FUTUROBOT: “ROBOTICS AND SOCIETY” DEBATE

On the occasion of the FutuRobot event, the CNRS and Sorbonne University invite you to participate in a debate on robotics and society. Will robots and artificial intelligence eventually overtake human beings? What social and ethical issues do these technologies raise? Nicolas Bredeche, Raja Chatila and Marie-Aude Vitrani, respectively professor and…
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ORANGE DAY: ISIR PARTICIPATES IN THE EVENT ORGANISED BY UN WOMEN FRANCE

The international ORANGE THE WORLD campaign initiated by UN Women starts every year on 25 November (International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) with ORANGE DAY, for 16 days of action against violence against women, until 10 December (International Human Rights Day).  Created in 1991, this worldwide…
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AESIO PRIZE FOR ROBOTICS AND DIGITAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY

Aymeric Becq, PhD student at the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR) and doctor in gastroenterology and hepatology at the Hôpital Saint-Antoine – AP-HP, received the AESIO Prize for robotics and digital medicine and surgery.  Dr Aymeric Becq‘s team was chosen for their work on how to better…
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MULTIMODAL HUMAN-HUMAN AND HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION : ACM ICMI 2021 BEST PAPER AWARD

A team of researchers from LTCI, Télécom Paris, Institut polytechnique de Paris and ISIR, Sorbonne University, CNRS receives the best paper award at the ACM ICMI 2021 conference in Montreal, Canada. The team is composed of Lucien Maman (Télécom Paris), Laurence Likforman-Sulem (Télécom Paris), Giovanna Varni (Télécom Paris) and…
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IMPROVING SOCIAL FUNCTION IN PEOPLE WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA

Schizophrenia, which affects about 1% of the world’s population, is characterised by cognitive disorders and a loss of contact with reality (e.g. hallucinatory delusions, loss of emotions, social withdrawal). Social withdrawal is one of the most harmful factors that can increase psychiatric disorders. Putting oneself “instead of someone else”…
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VINCENT HAYWARD ELECTED NEW MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

At the end of the open elections in 2019 and 2020, the Academy of Sciences elected 22 new members. A formal session was held in their honour under the dome of the Palace of the Institut of France on Tuesday 12 October 2021. Vincent Hayward, professor at Sorbonne University…
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EDISON GERENA WINS THE FIRST 2020 THESIS PRIZE OF THE GDR ROBOTIC

Edison Gerena, postdoctoral researcher in robotics at ISIR, won the first prize of the 2020 thesis of the French Research Robotics Network (GdR Robotics). Edison Gerena is rewarded for his scientific contributions, the originality and excellence of his work, which has been rewarded with A rank publications on the…
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FÊTE DE LA SCIENCE 2021 – DISCOVER ISIR’S RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

For this 30th edition, the Fête de la Science returns from 01 to 11 October 2021 under the theme of the emotion of discovery, inviting us to reflect on science, its actors, its construction dynamics and its links with society. For this occasion, ISIR is participating in the event…
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COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, A WAY TO UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOUR AND THE UNDERLYING BRAIN MECHANISMS

The development of neuroscience is contributing to a better understanding of the processes that underlie the major psychological functions. Understanding the variety of brain networks or differences in neurophysiological mechanisms helps to better understand the diversity of behaviours expressed. Mehdi Khamassi, research director at the CNRS, conducts his research…