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Short Biography

I received my engineering degree (equivalent to a M.Sc.) from ENSMM (École Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et des Microtechniques) in 2010.

In 2011, I completed a Master's degree in Mechatronics and Microsystems at the UFC (Université de Franche-Comté)

In November 2014, I completed a Ph.D. in automatics and robotics at the University of Franche-Comté (Besançon, France).

From 2015 to mid 2017, I worked on the clinical validation of the Robacus (LPR) and Prosper robots at the TIMC/IMAG (Grenoble, France).

Since 2018, I've been working as a Robotics Research Engineer at the IRT Jules Verne (Nantes, France)

About my Ph.D. Thesis

Starting in October 2011, I have been a Ph.D. student for 3 years at the AS2M department of the FEMTO-ST institute, under the direction of N. Andreff, A. Hubert, and J. Abadie.

This Ph.D. is entitled: Modeling and control of contactless magnetic manipulation systems. Towards improvement of diagnosis in gastrointestinal endoscopy.

The main results of this work are:

  • design of a multi mobile coil system for planar manipulation
  • hybrid model of electromagnets with ferromagnetic core
  • control laws taking into account coils movements
  • redundancy management for optimized coil positionning

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About my Post Doc.

Starting in February 2015, this work focused on the clinical evaluation of puncture robots.

This work is based on two robots with medical purposes: LPR and Prosper. These robots were developed at the TIMC-IMAG laboratory. They aim to:

  • help the clinician to perform percutaneous puncture of the chest or abdomen in CT or MRI (LPR project);
  • attending the urologist during a brachytherapy or prostate biopsy (Prosper project).

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I have been involved in teaching undergraduate students and master's students, mainly in robotics and industrial computer. I have also supervised students for their master's projet or internship.