Working Experiences
2000 > now
Research Scientist at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, France. 

1998 > 2000
Research Associate in the Engineering Department of the University of Cambridge (UK). 
European project VIGOR (Esprit-IV): Visually guided robots using uncalibrated cameras.
1995 > 1998
Research Engineer in the national French company of electricity power (EDF). Paris, France. 
Teleoperation/Robotics group of the Research Department (DER). Subject: robust vision-based robot control.

Training Periods
Research project in robotics (9 months). Teleoperation/Robotics DER-EDF group. 
Subject: research work concerning redundant robots. Application to the real-time control of a 7 d.o.f. industrial robot MITSUBISHI.
Technical work in automatics (3 months). Industrial Automatisation department of DALMINE (Italy). 
Subject: studying and writing control production software.

1995 > 1998
Ph.D. with IRISA/INRIA Rennes, France. Supervisor: François Chaumette, Vista project. 
Subject: 2 1/2 D coarse-calibrated visual servoing and multi-camera visual servoing.
1992 > 1995
Engineering degree in Automatics. École Supérieure d'Électricité (SUPELEC) de Paris, France. 
European exchange ERASMUS program T.I.M.E. (Top Industrial Manager for Europe).
1989 > 1995
Engineering degree in Electronics. University Politecnico di Milano, Italy. 

King-Sun Fu Memorial Best Transactions Paper Award for the paper titled: "Theoretical improvements in the stability analysis of a new class of model-free visual servoing methods". IEEE Transaction on Robotics and Automation, 18(2):176-186, April 2002. 
Wegbreit best vision paper award for the paper titled: "Vision-based control invariant to camera intrinsic parameters: stability analysis and path tracking". IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Washington D.C., May 14 2002. 

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