Marie Charbonneau, PhD

BSc in Mechanical Engineering, Université de Sherbrooke
MSc in Robotics Engineering, Università degli Studi di Genova and Politechnika Warszawska
PhD in Bioengineering and Robotics - curriculum Advanced and Humanoid Robotics, Università delgi Studi di Genova and Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Postdoc in Humanoid Robotics, University of Waterloo

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Areas of Research

Humanoid Robotics
This type of robot is designed for interacting with humans and with the environment we evolve in. However, before humanoid robots can find a place in our everyday life, new approaches for their modeling and control need to be developed.
Contact-Based Human-Robot Interaction
Touch is a powerful means of communication between individuals. How can we provide robots with the ability to communicate with human operators through physical contact?
Physical Human-Robot Collaboration
For scenarios where a human operator and a robot share a task in which they come into direct contact with each other, we are interesting in generating behaviours of the robot that are intuitive for the operator, while taking into account questions of safety and comfort.

Supervising degrees

Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering - Doctoral: Unavailable
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering - Masters: Unavailable

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