Students & alumni

Arnaud Dudouet

AIMove student, Artificial Intelligence Research Engineer, PSA Groupe

Pierre Hilleriteau

AIMove student, 5-year experience as Robotics software engineer in healthcare area

Clara Véré

AIMove student, intern at SPIROPS

Long Jiao

AIMove student, intern at EDF R&D on human movement analysis

Barbara Lefranc

AIMove student, intern at VirtualiSurg, Immersive & Adaptive learning for Surgeries

Di Ai

AIMove student, intern at Inria

Alexis Poignant

AIMove student, intern at Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (research lab at UPMC / CNRS)

Evgenios Bartzeliotis

AIMove alumni, full-stack developer at Nokia Paris-Saclay.

Kevin Giroux

AIMove alumni, research engineer at THALES

Mihalis Panteris

AIMove alumni

Zeqi Zhu

AIMove alumni, Machine Learning Engineer at GrAI Matter Labs

Arnaud Dudouet

Position : PSA Group – Scientific Department – Autonomous and Connected Vehicle

  • Audio Video Fusion for Multimodal perception (passengers and outside scene)

Profile :

  • +15 years’ experience at PSA
  • Product/Process Design Manager
  • Electronic Electrical Manufacturing Engineering
  • Team Leader Production

 Education :

  • Master’s Degree in Mechatronics (ENS / Rennes)
  • Bachelor/Master of Science Electronic Electrical and Automatic (Rennes).

Pierre Hilleriteau

I am an engineer graduated from the Ecole des Mines de Nantes (IMT Atlantique), with a degree in computer science and control engineering. Before joining the AIMove post-master’s degree, I have been working for more than 4 years as a Robotics Software Engineer in healthcare, on a medical imaging device. I was for example designing and implementing real time software modules for the motion control, communication protocols, sensors and user interfaces of the device. I have chosen to join AIMove because it is a master’s degree that combines artificial intelligence, movement and human-machine interaction. 

Mihalis Panteris

AIMove alumni, previous Intern at Honda Research Institute Europe GmbH. Post-graduate student with a broad scientific background. Autonomous and cooperative with research and industrial experience at international level (Germany, France, India, Greece). Capable to communicate fluently in 3 different languages (English, French, Greek). 

Long Jiao

My name is Long JIAO. I joined the AIMove Post Master program after 5 years’ working in automotive industry. I hold a French Engineer degree on Industrial Engineering. My goal is to change my career path, gain more skills on Artificial Intelligence and enlarge my competence and insight in the professional world of AI and Movement. I will start my internship at EDF R&D on human movement analysis in the near future. 

Barbara Lefranc

With a background in cognitive sciences, Barbara is currtently intern at VirtualiSurg , a French start up specialized in the development of tailor made medical & surgical simulators integrating the use of your medical devices. 

Di Ai

Previous project manager of IOT products in relation to the health, finance and retail sectors. With continuous desire to develop skills in the field of IoTs and AI technologies through Post Master’s Programme AIMove, Di is currently intern at Inria research institute.

Alexis Poignant

Alexis Poignant, intern at Institute for Intelligent Systems and Robotics (research lab at UPMC / CNRS), team AGATHE. Graduated in Control Engineering at Supélec in 2019.I did my graduation internship on compensation of physiological movement in minimally invasive surgery teleoperated at ULB in Brussels.

AKaterina El Raheb

Dr. Katerina El Raheb is a senior researcher in Informatics, with interests in Human Computer Interaction, user-centered design, movement based interfaces, semantic representation, ontologies, applications for tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage and the intersection of Computing with Arts and Humanities. She holds a PhD from the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) on “Conceptual and Experiential Dance Languages: Representation and Interaction”, and an MSc. in Advanced Information Systems, from the same department. She completed her BSc. in Chemical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens. In addition, she holds a Diploma from N. Kontaxaki Higher Professional Dance School and is an active dance practitioner. She joined MADgIK (Management of Data, Information and Knowledge) Research group in 2009, and works as a researcher and/or project manager in several EU funded projects related to Digital Libraries, Data Research Infrastructures and ICT for Cultural Heritage, Dance Education and Movement Analysis (DERC, WhoLoDancE, eCultValue,DL.org, e.nventory). Since 2013, she is a research collaborator of Athena Research Center. She has also collaborated as Information System consultant with a multinational industrial company (2003-2005). She is currently an adjunct lecturer at the Department of Performing and Digital Arts at the Fine Arts School – University of Peloponnese in Greece (2019-20). She has worked as a teaching assistant in “Human Computer Interaction” at the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications (2011-2016) and is a visiting lecturer in AIMove Post-Master’s Degree in Artificial Intelligence and Movement, delivered by MINES ParisTech, since 2018.

Frédéric Fol Leymarie

Prof. Frederic Fol Leymarie leads research in creative robotics at Goldsmiths, University of London, U.K. He was trained in computer vision, biomedical imagery, visual perception, applied mathematics, at Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, McGill University (Centre for Intelligent Machines), Mathematical Morphology Centre (Ecole des Mines, Fontainebleau), Brown University (Division of Engineering). He has conducted research at the crossroads between: computer vision and graphics, visual perception, creative robotics, biomedical interactive visualisation (including the use of VR), gamification for science and education. He also has experience working in commercial contexts, in the field of Geographical Information Systems (with Thales, Paris), and with various startups and seed projects (in the USA and the UK). In the recent past he has established fruitful collaborations at the frontier of AI and robotics with a sculptor (USA based Brower Hatcher), a pioneer of evolutionary computer art (British artist and entrepreneur William Latham), a portrait draughtsman and painter (French artist Patrick Tresset), a media artist and developer (Portuguese Rui Felipe Antunes), an animator and dance annotator (British artist and educator Carol MacGillivray) and, in progress, a collaboration with a calligrapher (Italian graffiti artist and machine builder Daniel Berio).

Evgenios Bartzeliotis

 Evgenios Bartzeliotis is a full-stack developer at Nokia Paris-Saclay. He did his undergraduate studies at University of the Aegean in information and communication systems engineering and he was a member of Aegean Robotics team. Evgenios continued his postgraduate studies at Mines ParisTech in Artificial intelligence and Movement in Industries and Creation. His master thesis “Gesture recognition methods on human robot collaboration” helped him to master advance concepts of AI and robotics. Currently is specialised in programming applications that contain AI and robotics. 

Kevin Giroux

Kevin is currently an AI research engineer at THALES

Clara Véré

Currently intern at SpirOps , a company for research and development in artificial intelligence.

Zeqi Zhu

My name is Zeqi Zhu. I am from China. I was one of the first four students in AIMove. I hold a dual bachelor’s degree in physics and mechanics. I came to France in 2016. I achieved my first master’s degree in Computational Mechanics at Sorbonne University in 2018. I was fortunately enrolled in AIMove in 2019. Recently, I am working as a Machine Learning Engineer at GrAI Matter Labs. If you have any brilliant ideas on AI, feel free to talk with me. My email address: 13816221366zzq@gmail.com.

Leontios Hadjileontiadis

Professor Leontios Hadjileontiadis (Dept. of ECE, AUTh) is working in the fields of advanced signal processing, biomedical engineering, affective computing and active and healthy ageing. His publication record includes 100 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, 150 papers in peer-reviewed international conference proceedings, 6 authored books, 2 books edited, 24 book chapters and 3 patents [h-index=34 (Google scholar), 28 (Scopus)]. He has a vast experience in project management and coordination of European projects. Prof. Hadjileontiadis has been recognised, as innovative researcher and champion faculty from Microsoft, USA (2012) and received the Silver Award in Teaching Delivery at the Reimagine Education Awards (2017-2018). He is a Senior Member of IEEE.

Jean François Jego

Jean-François Jégo is associate professor at the Arts & Technologies de l’Image department of the Faculty of Arts at the Université Paris 8 in France. He is also digital artist and researcher at the INReV Virtual Reality Laboratory where he creates immersive and interactive experiences, art installations and digital performances hybridizing Virtual and Augmented Reality.

Sotiris Manitsaris

Dr. Sotiris Manitsaris is a Senior Researcher and Research Project Leader at the Center for Robotics of MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University. Through his studies in Applied Mathematics (Diploma), Territorial Dynamics for Local Development (Master) and Computer Vision (PhD Thesis), he has developed skills in gesture recognition of professional and artistic backgrounds. Dr.Manitsaris specializes in capturing, modelling and recognizing gestural behaviours and embodiment, having applications in various fields such as the transmission of intangible cultural heritage, human-robot collaboration, interactive machine learning, etc. He currently coordinates a number of research projects around the topics of gesture recognition for Cultural and Creative Industries and the Automobile Industry. In addition, he is responsible for the course “Gesture and Artificial Intelligence” at MINES ParisTech.

Vincent Meyrueis

Vincent Meyrueis is an associate professor at the Image Arts and Technology department of Paris 8 University. He is conducting research by developing tools and methods for industrial design and creation using virtual reality and motion capture focusing on new interactive creative technology. He joined in 2015 the INREV research team at the AI-AC Laboratory of Paris 8 University.

Fabien Moutarde

Fabien Moutarde is professor of AI for Robotics at MINES ParisTech, where he teaches (as well as at SJTU-ParisTech-Shanghai) the algorithms of statistical learning. His research has been focused for more than 10 years on AI and machine-learning applications for autonomous vehicles, driving aids, and Intelligent Transport Systems, as well as mobile robotics and collaborative robots. Most of his work has been conducted in collaboration with industry R & D departments, including Valeo and PSA in the automotive industry, as well as Aldebaran / SoftBank-Robotics Europe, which designs and manufactures humanoid robots.

Simon Tamayo

Mr. Simon TAMAYO is associate professor at MINES ParisTech. His research interests include industrial optimization, data mining and applications of artificial intelligence in industry. He is responsible for the courses “operations research applied to industrial management”, “SAP ERP systems” and “stochastic methods applied to logistics”. He is an expert in decision support and optimization systems, applied to the planning and organization of industrial and logistics systems. He is author of the book “Operational Research Applied to Industrial Management” (ISBN 978-1530248728). He is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.

Yves Winkin

Yves Winkin is a professor-researcher of Belgian nationality, who has contributed to introducing into the French-speaking world several currents of ideas of the American human and social sciences, which he has integrated into an “anthropology of communication”, methodologically based on a ethnographic approach. Professor at the University of Liège, then at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, he is now Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, Director Delegate for Scientific and Technical Culture, Director of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.

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Prénom Nom

Atque, ut Tullius ait, ut etiam ferae fame monitae plerumque ad eum locum ubi aliquando pastae sunt revertuntur, ita homines instar turbinis degressi montibus impeditis et arduis loca petivere mari confinia, per quae viis latebrosis sese convallibusque occultantes cum appeterent noctes luna etiam tum cornuta ideoque nondum solido splendore fulgente nauticos observabant quos cum in somnum sentirent effusos per ancoralia, quadrupedo gradu repentes seseque suspensis passibus iniectantes in scaphas eisdem sensim nihil opinantibus adsistebant et incendente aviditate saevitiam ne cedentium quidem ulli parcendo obtruncatis omnibus merces opimas velut viles nullis repugnantibus avertebant. haecque non diu sunt perpetrata.

Prénom Nom

Atque, ut Tullius ait, ut etiam ferae fame monitae plerumque ad eum locum ubi aliquando pastae sunt revertuntur, ita homines instar turbinis degressi montibus impeditis et arduis loca petivere mari confinia, per quae viis latebrosis sese convallibusque occultantes cum appeterent noctes luna etiam tum cornuta ideoque nondum solido splendore fulgente nauticos observabant quos cum in somnum sentirent effusos per ancoralia, quadrupedo gradu repentes seseque suspensis passibus iniectantes in scaphas eisdem sensim nihil opinantibus adsistebant et incendente aviditate saevitiam ne cedentium quidem ulli parcendo obtruncatis omnibus merces opimas velut viles nullis repugnantibus avertebant. haecque non diu sunt perpetrata.

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