Rodolphe GELIN registered to attend the ICT 2013 Event
Rodolphe Gelin (1965) is engineer from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (1988) and Masters of Science in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Paris VI (1988). He started his career at CEA (French Atomic Energy Commission), he has been working there for 10 years on mobile robots control for industrial applications and on rehabilitation robotics. Then he had been in charge of different teams working on robotics, virtual reality and cognitics. From 2006 to 2008, he was in charge of business development for Interactive System Program. He has participated to the European Coordinated Action CARE that supports the ETP EUROP on robotics in charge of the robotic roadmap for the European Community. In 2009, he joined Aldebaran Robotics as head of collaborative projects. He is the leader of the French project ROMEO that aims to develop a human size humanoid robot. Since 2012, he is Research Director at Aldebaran Robotics.
He is the author of two books “Robot, ami ou ennemi?”, “Comment la réalité peut-elle être virtuelle ?”.
Web site: http://www.aldebaran-robotics.Com