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  • Nicolas Bredeche

  • Professeur des Universités
  • Équipe: Amac
  • Email: nicolas.bredeche (at) sorbonne-universite.fr
  • Addresse: ISIR, Campus Pierre et Marie Curie, 4 place Jussieu, BC173, 75005 Paris
  • Site web: http://pages.isir.upmc.fr/~bredeche/pmwiki/pmwiki.php
  • Bio: Je suis Professeur des Universités à Sorbonne Université, Paris, France. Je m'intéresse aux mécanismes qui permettent aux systèmes collectifs d'évoluer, d'apprendre et de s'adapter dans des environnements ouverts, qu'il s'agisse de systèmes naturels (modélisation computationnelle pour comprendre les comportements sociaux) ou de systèmes artificiels (algorithmes d'apprentissage pour la robotique en essaim). Mon activité de recherche se situe donc au croisement de l'informatique, de la biologie et de la robotique. Je suis également co-responsable du parcours du Master en informatique ANDROIDE (Intelligence Artificielle, Recherche Opérationnelle, Décision, Interaction, Robotique et Agents).

Publications

  • Paul Ecoffet, Nicolas Bredeche, Jean-Baptiste André (2021). Nothing better to do? Environment quality and the evolution of cooperation by partner choice. Journal of Theoretical Biology Vol 527 Pages 110805.
  • Heiko Hamann, Melanie Schranz, Wilfried Elmenreich, Vito Trianni, Carlo Pinciroli, Nicolas Bredeche, Eliseo Ferrante (2020). Editorial: Designing Self-Organization in the Physical Realm. Frontiers in Robotics and AI Vol 7
  • Paul Ecoffet, Jean-Baptiste André, Nicolas Bredeche (2020). Learning to Cooperate in a Socially Optimal Way in Swarm Robotics. The 2020 Conference on Artificial Life Pages 251-259.
  • Stephane Doncieux, Nicolas Bredeche, Léni Le Goff, Benoît Girard, Alexandre Coninx, Olivier Sigaud, Mehdi Khamassi, Natalia Díaz-Rodríguez, David Filliat, Timothy Hospedales, Agoston Eiben, Richard Duro (2020). DREAM Architecture: a Developmental Approach to Open-Ended Learning in Robotics.
  • Arthur Bernard, Nicolas Bredèche, Jean-Baptiste André (2020). Indirect genetic effects allow escape from the inefficient equilibrium in a coordination game. Evolution Letters
  • Alexis Duburcq, Yann Chevaleyre, Nicolas Bredeche, Guilhem Boéris (2020). Online Trajectory Planning Through Combined Trajectory Optimization and Function Approximation: Application to the Exoskeleton Atalante. ICRA 2020- International Conference on Robotics and Automation
  • Nicolas Fontbonne, Olivier Dauchot, Nicolas Bredeche (2020). Distributed On-line Learning in Swarm Robotics with Limited Communication Bandwidth. IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, Nathanael Aubert-Kato (2019). Using MAP-Elites to Optimize Self-Assembling Behaviors in a Swarm of Bio-micro-robots. Swarm Conference
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2019). Automatic Calibration of Artificial Neural Networks for Zebrafish Collective Behaviours using a Quality Diversity Algorithm. Living Machines Conference
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, Nathanael Aubert-Kato (2019). Exploring Self-Assembling Behaviors in a Swarm of Bio-micro-robots using Surrogate-Assisted MAP-Elites. IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence
  • Nicolas Bredeche (2019). HIT-EE: a Novel Embodied Evolutionary Algorithm for Low Cost Swarm Robotics. ACM GECCO
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2018). Evolutionary optimisation of neural network models for fish collective behaviours in mixed groups of robots and zebrafish. 7th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid System (Living Machines 2018) Vol 10928 Pages 85-96.
  • Nicolas Bredeche, Evert Haasdijk, Abraham Prieto (2018). Embodied Evolution in Collective Robotics: A Review. Frontiers in Robotics and AI Vol 5 Pages 12.
  • Leo Cazenille, Bertrand Collignon, Yohann Chemtob, Frank Bonnet, Alexey Gribovskiy, Francesco Mondada, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2018). How mimetic should a robotic fish be to socially integrate into zebrafish groups?. Bioinspiration and Biomimetics Vol 13 Pages 025001.
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2018). Modelling zebrafish collective behaviours with multilayer perceptrons optimised by evolutionary algorithms.
  • Nicolas Bredeche, Jean-Marc Montanier, Simon Carrignon (2017). Benefits of proportionate selection in embodied evolution. Evolving Collective Behaviors in Robotics Workshop at GECCO 2017.
  • John Rieffel, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Nicolas Bredeche, Evert Haasdijk (2017). Introduction to the Evolution of Physical Systems. Artificial Life Vol 23 Pages 119 - 123.
  • Nathanael Aubert-Kato, Charles Fosseprez, Guillaume Gines, Ibuki Kawamata, Huy Dinh, Leo Cazenille, Andre Estevez-Tores, Masami Hagiya, Yannick Rondelez, Nicolas Bredeche (2017). Evolutionary optimization of self-assembly in a swarm of bio-micro-robots. Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO '17)
  • Leo Cazenille, Yohann Chemtob, Frank Bonnet, Alexey Gribovskiy, Francesco Mondada, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2017). Automated calibration of a biomimetic space-dependent model for zebrafish and robot collective behaviour in a structured environment. International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems
  • Anthony Genot, A. Baccouche, R. Sieskind, N. Aubert-Kato, Nicolas Bredèche, J. Bartolo, V. Taly, T. Fujii, Y. Rondelez (2016). High-resolution mapping of bifurcations in nonlinear biochemical circuits. Nature Chemistry Vol 8 Pages 760-767.
  • Arthur Bernard, Jean-Baptiste André, Nicolas Bredeche (2016). To Cooperate or Not to Cooperate: Why Behavioural Mechanisms Matter. PLoS Computational Biology Vol 12 Pages e1004886.
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2016). Automated optimisation of multi-level models of collective behaviour in a mixed society of animals and robots.
  • Arthur Bernard, Jean-Baptiste André, Nicolas Bredeche (2016). Evolving specialisation in a population of heterogeneous robots: the challenge of bootstrapping and maintaining genotypic polymorphism. 15th Conference on Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems (ALIFE XV)
  • Jean-Marc Montanier, Simon Carrignon, Nicolas Bredeche (2016). Behavioural specialisation in embodied evolutionary robotics: why so difficult?. Frontiers in Robotics and AI Vol 3 Pages 1-11.
  • Carola Doerr, Nicolas Bredeche, Enrique Alba, Thomas Bartz-Beielstein, Dimo Brockhoff, Benjamin Doerr, Gusz Eiben, Michael Epitropakis, Carlos Fonseca, Andreia Guerreiro, Evert Haasdijk, Jacqueline Heinerman, Julien Hubert, Per Kristian Lehre, Luigi Malago, Juan Julián Merelo Guervós, Julian Miller, Boris Naujoks, Pietro Oliveto, Stjepan Picek, Nelishia Pillay, Mike Preuss, Patricia Ryser-Welch, Giovanni Squillero, Joerg Stork, Dirk Sudholt, Alberto Tonda, Darrell Whitley, Martin Zaefferer (2016). Tutorials at PPSN 2016. PPSN 2016 - 14th International Conference on Parallel Problem Solving from Nature Vol 9921 Pages 1012-1022.
  • Arthur Bernard, Jean-Baptiste André, Nicolas Bredeche (2015). Evolution of Cooperation in Evolutionary Robotics : the Tradeoff between Evolvability and Efficiency. Proceedings of the European Converence on Artificial Life 2015 Pages 195-502.
  • Stephane Doncieux, Nicolas Bredeche, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Gusz Eiben (2015). Evolutionary robotics: what, why, and where to. Frontiers in Robotics and AI Pages 10.3389/frobt.2015.00004.
  • Elisabetta Zibetti, Simon Carrignon, Nicolas Bredeche (2015). Acacia-es: an agent-based modeling and simulation tool for investigating social behaviors in resource-limited two-dimensional environments. Springer Mind & Society Vol 15 Pages 83-104.
  • Leo Cazenille, Nicolas Bredeche, José Halloy (2015). Multi-objective optimization of multi-level models for controlling animal collective behavior with robots. 4th International Conference Living Machines 2015 Vol 9222 Pages 379-390.
  • Evert Haasdijk, Nicolas Bredeche, A.E. Eiben (2014). Combining Environment-Driven Adaptation and Task-Driven Optimisation in Evolutionary Robotics. PLoS ONE Vol 9 Pages e98466.
  • Taras Kowaliw, Nicolas Bredeche, Sylvain Chevallier, René Doursat (2014). Artificial Neurogenesis: An Introduction and Selective Review. Growing Adaptive Machines Vol 557 Pages 1-60.
  • Amina Ameur Medjbeur, Sophie Leguédois, Nicolas Marilleau, Nicolas Bredèche, Françoise Watteau (2014). Modélisation en 3D de la structure d’un sol : Analyse de sensibilité et évaluation de l’approche APSF. 12. Journées d'Etude des Sols (JES) Pages np.
  • Nicolas Bredeche (2014). Embodied evolutionary robotics with large number of robots. 14th international conference on the synthesis and simulation of living systems (ALIFE 14) Pages 1-2.
  • Jean-Marc Montanier, Nicolas Bredeche (2013). Altruistic cooperation and spatial dispersion: an artificial evolutionary ecology approach. Proceedings of the ACM GECCO 2013 Pages 33-34.
  • Jean-Marc Montanier, Nicolas Bredeche (2013). Evolution of altruism and spatial dispersion: an artificial evolutionary ecology approach. European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL-2013) Pages 1-8.
  • Nathanaël Aubert, Quang Dinh, Masami Hagiya, Teruo Fujii, Hitoshi Iba, Nicolas Bredeche, Yannick Rondelez (2013). Evolving cheating dna networks: a case study with the rock-paper-scissors game. European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL-2013) Pages 1-8.
  • Aguston E. Eiben, Nicolas Bredeche, Mark Hoogendoorn, Jürgen Stradner, Jon Timmis, Andy Tyrrell, Alan Winfield (2013). The triangle of life: evolving robots in real-time and real-space. European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL-2013) Pages 1-8.
  • Evert Haasdijk, Nicolas Bredeche (2013). Controlling task distribution in monee. European Conference on Artificial Life (ECAL-2013) Pages 1-8.
  • Stéphane Doncieux, Nicolas Bredeche, Jean-Baptiste Mouret (2011). New Horizons in Evolutionary Robotics: Extended Contributions from the 2009 EvoDeRob Workshop. Vol 341
  • Stéphane Doncieux, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Nicolas Bredeche, Vincent Padois (2011). Evolutionary Robotics: Exploring New Horizons. New Horizons in Evolutionary Robotics Pages 3-25.
  • Stéphane Doncieux, Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Nicolas Bredeche (2009). Exploring New Horizons in Evolutionary Design of Robots. Workshop on Exploring new horizons in Evolutionary Design of Robots at IROS 2009 Pages 5-12.