Assistant Professor in Robotics an AI

University Of Nottingham


About Me

I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham, at the School of Computer Science. I am a member of the Cyber-physical Health and Assistive Robotics Technologies (CHART) research group.  My research mainly focuses on language understanding for assistive robots.  Given my multidisciplinary academic background, I believe that equipping robots with the ability to understand and use natural language is an essential step towards making robots more versatile and adaptable. This has many potential applications in manufacturing, medical surgery or healthcare.



 🎓 Ph.D in Signal Processing and Robotics, 2013-2016

Université Rennes 1 , Inria/IRISA, France

 🎓 M.Sc. in Robotics an Intelligent Systems, 2012

Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

 🎓 B.Sc. in Robotics an Intelligent Systems, 2010

Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

Selected Publications

Notable achievements

🏆 IEEE/RSJ IROS 2018 RoboCup Best Paper Award

🏆 1st Place World Robot Summit 2018, Partner Robot Challenge/Virtual Space

🏆 2018 Artificial Intelligence Society Award

🏆2018 Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence Annual Conference Award