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    Monday, July 10th

    Monday, July 10th

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    On Monday, July 10th from 1:30 pm till 6:00 pm in room “Handball”

     

    Experiments in Second Order Sliding Mode Control of a CPG based Spherical Robot
    Roy Chowdhury Abhra; Soh Gim Song; Foong Shaohui; Wood Kristin
    Singapore, Singapore

    Lab Scale Boiler Setup for Process Control Research and Education
    Unnikrishnan Sunil; Desai khushali; Barve Jayesh; Nataraj P.S.V.
    Mumbai, India

    Ball in double hoop: demonstration model for numerical optimal control
    Gurtner Martin; Zemanek Jiri
    Prague, Czech Republic

    AFM Nanœye Development of an educational-oriented high resolution profilometer
    Ivan Ioan Alexandru; Petit Claudie; Gurgu Ion Valentin; Toscano Rosario
    Saint-Étienne, France and Targoviste, Romania

    Inverse Scattering for Electrical Cable Soft Fault Diagnosis
    Zhang Qinghua
    Rennes, France

    An example of homemade box for IoT-based in-home health monitoring
    Jamin Antoine; Fasquel Jean-Baptiste; Lhommeau Mehdi; Henni Samir; Abadie-Lacourtoisie Sophie; Leftheriotis Georges
    Angers and Nice, France

    Experimental Validation of Concentric Tube Robot Control for Surgical Application with Uncertain Kinematics
    Liu Chao; Boushaki Mohamed Nassim; Poignet Philippe
    Montpellier, France

    Monocular Odometry for Underwater Vehicles with Online Estimation of the Scale Factor
    Creuze Vincent
    Montpellier, France

    Robotic mapping of a karst aquifer
    Andreu David; Louis Silvain; Ropars Benoit; Rossi Luc; Jourde Hervé; Delas Hélène; Balordi Pedro; Bouchard Rémi; Dighouth Mehdi; Dugrenot Manu; Jacquemin Eric; Vasseur Frank; Lapierre Lionel; Lasbouygues Adrien
    Montpellier, France
    Keywords: Motion Control Systems, Guidance navigation and control, field robotics
    Abstract: Karst aquifers are one of the main sources of groundwater in the world. However, sustainable exploitation of these resources requires to gather knowledge about these highly complex environments. Robots can thus be used to explore the source and gather data about its structure as well as water quality. We here present results of our first experiment which took place in the Gourneyras exsurgence where we used two prototype mapping systems.