Journée équipes Hybrides Humains-Machines et collaborations France/Australie
Co-organisée par IRL CROSSING, GDR IA, GDR IG-RV, AFIA
Jeudi 2 juin 2022 – Université Paris Cité
Salle des Thèses, 10 Rue Françoise Dolto Paris 13e
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L’objectif de la journée est la collaboration Franco-Australienne autour du thème multidisciplinaire du management d’équipes Hybrides Humains-Machines (human-machine teaming) porté par l’IRL CROSSING. Celui-ci a été créé en Jan. 21 à Adelaide, Australie par le CNRS (INS2I), 3 Universités Australiennes: The University of Adelaide (UA), University of South Australia (UniSA) et Flinders University, et deux partenaires français IMT Atlantique et Naval Group. https://crossing.cnrs.fr/
CROSSING a vocation à favoriser les coopérations entre les Labos français et les Universités d’Adelaide pour étendre ses capacités de recherche dans son périmètre scientifique. L’IRL dispose de différents outils pour y parvenir (cotutelles, séjours, délégations, etc.). Les membres et membres associés sont experts dans les différents domaines suivants que de nouvelles collaborations peuvent venir renforcer ou compléter :
- Facteurs humains, Psychologie Cognitive
- IA, Computer Vision, traitement du signal, systèmes embarqués, systèmes autonomes
- VR / AR, Interactions Humain-Machines, Robotique
Matin (9:30-12:30): présentations de CROSSING
- Roadmap de CROSSING, l’environnement à Adelaide et les outils de collaborations possibles (thèses en cotutelle, courts séjours, accueil en délégation CNRS, etc.). Jean-Philippe Diguet, CNRS.
- AI/Robotics : Présentation de AIML (Australian Institute of Machine Learning) et Embodied AI. Ehsan Abbasnejad, AIML / The University of Adelaide.
- VR/AR : Présentation de IVE (Australian Research Centre for Interactive and Virtual Environments) et thèse en cours “Distant collaborative environnent” avec IMT Atlantique. Andrew Cunningham, IVE/UNISA.
- AI/Robotics: Présentation des collaborations Flinders / ENIB “Human-Robot Interaction: Detect User Implicit Need of Help” et Flinders. Paulo Santos / Cédric Buche.
- Roadmap Naval Group en lien avec CROSSING. Cristophe Coignard, Naval Group.
Pause déjeuner (Buffet)
Après-midi (13:30-17:00) : présentations et discussions proposées par les GDR IA, IG-RV et AFIA
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Ehsan Abbasnejad: is the Director of Human-Centred Machine Learning at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML), University of Adelaide. He is also a Future Making Fellow at the University of Adelaide. His focus is machine learning, computer vision and their applications. He was awarded a PhD in 2017 from the Australian National University (ANU) where he worked on Decision Theory, Probabilistic and Bayesian Methods. He has been collaborating closely with various industries, including defence, agriculture, energy and sport on multiple high-profile research projects. He has also been a key member of teams that won multiple global competitions in vision, mining, and manufacturing. He has the experience of working at leading industrial research institutions such as Microsoft Research, Xerox and NEC.
Paul Santos: received his PhD degree in AI from Imperial College, UK in 2003, working on the development of spatial reasoning systems for mobile robots under the supervision of Murray Shanahan. He was a research assistant at the University of Leeds, UK (2003-05), working on a European Union funded project for the development of Cognitive Vision Systems, under the supervision of Anthony Cohn and David Hogg. Dr. Santos led a research group in AI and Robotics in Sao-Paulo, Brazil (2005-19), conducting a number of research projects on AI and Robotics of industrial interest. During this period, he was also a visiting researcher at the following world-class institutions: University of Leeds, UK (2007-10); Ryerson University, Canada (2010), Bremen University, Germany (2012); Corunna University, Spain (2014). Currently Dr. Santos is an Associate Professor at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, continuing his research on Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
Andrew Cunningham: Dr. Andrew Cunningham is a researcher and lecturer at the Australian Research Centre for Interactive and Virtual Environments (IVE) in the University of South Australia. Dr. Cunningham’s aim is to help people understand the world by revealing and communicating insights within the data all around us through Immersive Analytics—using immersive technologies to support sensemaking of complex data—and Narrative Visualisation—using visualisation to reveal the stories within data. Most recently, Dr. Cunningham is an investigator on the $4M “Narrative Visualisation and Big Data to Improve High Value Manufacturing” investigating data storytelling in Industry 4.0 environments; a chief investigator on an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant investigating parametric design in virtual reality for architectural design. He won the 2021 UniSA STEM Early Career Researcher award and the 2021 IVE Recognition Award for Innovation, Value, and Enterprise.
Cedric Buche: is a Prof. at French National Engineering School at Brest (ENIB) since 1997. He received an engineering degree from ENIB and an M.S. from University of Rennes in 2002. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Brittany in 2005 and his habilitation to supervise research degree (HDR) in 2012. In 2016 and 2018 he was a visiting researcher at University of Miami (UM) and Florida International University (FIU), USA. Since 2021, he is in CNRS delegation at International Research Lab “CROSSING” in Adelaide, Australia. Between 2013 and 2018 Pr Buche was editor in chief of the International Journal for Virtual Reality. Since 2020, Pr Buche is leading the RoboBreizh team, participating to the RoboCup@Home international competition. His research interests span Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Machine Learning, Robotics and Video games
Jean-Philippe Diguet : is a CNRS director of research. He received a PhD from Rennes University (France) in 1996. Since he has been Associate Prof. at UBS University (France) and has been research visitor / invited Prof. in different Universities (IMEC/Belgium, UQ/Australia, Tohoku/Japan, USP/Brasil). At Lab-STICC he has led the team MOCS from 2008 to 2016 and then the STIC and Drones transversal program. Since 2021 his is the director of CROSSING, an International and multidisciplinary CNRS Lab in Adelaide, Australia dedicated to Human/Automous-Agents teaming. His research work initially focused on various aspects of embedded system design methods for heterogeneous MPSoC architectures and then on different aspects of embedded intelligence for IoT and Autonomous systems including self-adaptive hardware/software architectures, distributed systems and memory-based computing for AI.