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At LIRMM, about 30 scientists (researchers, engineers, postdoc, and PhD students) from computer science, robotics and microelectronics teams apply their work to the exploration and the monitoring of the aquatic environment, from deep karstic zones to the most remote oceanic areas, by developing innovative tools in collaboration with biologists, ecologists, archaeologists, hydrologists, chemists, or mechanics. The research is organised around these main topics:


Cognitive control architectures Cable-driven parallel robots Fish Biomimetic Control Software Architecture Purse seine Control Software Coral reef ecosystems Underwater archaeology Degradation Danton battleship Modeling Approche contextuelle Spectroscopy Multi-frequency Architecture de contrôle Challenge Audio Marine robotics Coordinated formation control Calibration de caméra Robotic Architecture logicielle de contrôle Adaptive sampling Underwater vehicle Underwater Archaeology Adaptive Controller Stereovision AI-based methods Robotique AUV Cell culture 3D registration Dependability Robotics SLAM Underwater 3D modelling Large Atlantic bluefin tuna Collective exploration Mechanical design Robotique sous-marine ASV Bluefin tuna Cartographie Control software architecture Bird Archéologie sous-marine Bioimpedance spectroscopy Data-Fusion Coordination multi-véhicule Architecture de simulateur Hadrware-in-The-Loop Bioimpédance Computing 3D Conception électronique Architecture of Hardware-in-The-Loop simulator Underwater vision Contraintes Temporelles Environment Exploration Electronic tagging Underwater Robotics Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Karstic Exploration ACL Digital processing 3D Reconstruction Path following Coral reef Cuirassé Danton Collaborative Robotics Body area network 3D reconstruction Contextual approach Body composition estimation Manipulation Robotique sous-Marine Identification Computer vision Confined environment Controle Calibration Autonomous underwater vehicle Control Archeology Marine Robotics Control Modularity Clibration de capteurs Benchmark Archéologie Bioimpedance Modélisation Dataset Deep learning Underwater robotics Computer Vision Adaptive control Reconstruction 3D Camera calibration Current driver