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京大メカトロニクス研究会 : 第7回京大メカトロニクス研究会のお知らせ
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第7回京大メカトロニクス研究会

日時
 2010年8月26日(木) 15時から16時30分

会場
 京都大学 吉田キャンパス 本部構内
 工学部 物理系校舎 313講義室
 http://www.me.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/access/top/index_html

講演者
*Dr. Serge Stinckwich *
IRD, International Research Unit UMMISCO (France), Ha Noi, Vietnam

講演タイトル
*Adapting robotic disaster response to developing countries*

概要
IRD is a french research institute quite unique in the landscape of
European research for development. Its task is to conduct research in
the South, for the South, with the South. Its researchers are working
on issues of major global importance today: global warming, emerging
diseases, biodiversity, access to water, migration, poverty, world
hunger. The global climate change induces an increase, in terms of
frequency and devastating power, of natural disasters (particularly in
developing countries). For facing this, there is a growing need for
robotic assistance, for collecting information, managing disaster
situation, rescuing victims and preserve human lives. It is one of the
means recommended by the UNPD (United Nations Program for
Development), which consist in the deployment of on- field automated
monitoring, surveillance and reconnaissance systems. This talk
outlines the research performed in the AROUND (Autonomous Robots for
Observation of Urban Networks after Disasters) project. This project
addresses the issue of developing a search and rescue multi-robot
systems taking into account specific constraints of developing
countries.

講演者略歴
     Serge Stinckwich (coordinator of this project for the french part) is born the 10 may 1967 in Villefranche sur Saône (France) and has the french nationality. He is associate professor from the Université de Caen Basse Normandie (UCBN) and he is currently working at IRD(Institut de Recherche pour le Développement). He defends his Phd Thesis at University of Savoie in 1994 for his work about programming languages for multi-agent systems. Since 1996, he is working at University of Caen in the research Models-Agents-Decison in the Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Imagerie et Instrumentation (GREYC) de Caen (UMR CNRS). En 2008, he was invited professor in the MOVE research team (MOdélisation et VErification) at LIP6 (University of Paris 6).
     Since October 2008, he is an associate researcher of the IRD, on secondment (“délégation” in French) in the UMMISCO (Unité de Modélisation Mathématique et Informatique de Systèmes COmplexes) research team in its vietnamese implantation (Ha Noi). His main research interests are software architecture for multi-agent and robotic system, networked robotics for Urban Search and Rescue and disaster management information systems. He was member of the following program committees: C5?07-10, JFSMA?05-10 (Journées Francophones des Systèmes Multi-Agents), AMIRE?07 (International Symposium on Autonomous Minirobots for Research and Edutainment), ATDM?09, IWST?09 (International Workshop on Smalltalk technologies), ACIIDS?10, ISCRAM?10 (International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management) and conference organizers of C5?09-10, ATDM?09 (Second International Workshop on Agent technology for Disaster Management), DSLR?10 (First Workshop on Domain Specific Languages for Robotic Systems), RESSACS'10 (French Thematic Workshop on WSN for Mission-critical applications), 1st International Workshop on Distributed Control for Mission-critical Applications in Wireless Sensor Networks (DCCA-WSN'10).
     Since september 2009, he is one of the work-package leader of PROTEUS (Platform for RObotic models Transformations and Exchange between Users and Scientific communities) a research platform funded by the ANR (french funding agency) whose goal is to create a set of common tools for french robotic community in order to facilitate transfer of knowledge and problems among the users (Funding : 2,096,227 ?). From the last 5 years, he has been involved either as partner or principle investigator (PI) in 5 projects.