FEMTO-ST Institute

Principal Investigator: Brahim Tamadazte (CR CNRS)

He holds a Ph.D. in Automation and Computer Science from the “Univ. of Franche-Comté” in 2009 and a MS degree in Robotics and Intelligent Systems from the “Univ. of Pierre et Marie Curie (ParisVI)” in 2005, France. Before, Brahim has also trained as an Engineer in Automation Systems at the “Univ. Mouloud Mammeri de Tizi-Ouzou”, Algeria. During his Ph.D thesis, Brahim has developed some vision algorithms and vision-based control laws (image-based visual servoing and pose-based visual servoing and direct visual servoing) for the automation of MEMS handling and assembly. Actually, Brahim has a post-doctoral at TIMC-IMAG lab, Grenoble, France, where he is involved in computer-assisted medical interventions (surgical robotics).

From November, 2012, he joined the FEMTO-ST Institute (AS2M Dep.) as CNRS Senior researcher. Currently, he works in microrobotics surgery and OCT-based visual servoing. Also, he is the scientific coordinator of the “Visual Servoing for Biomedical Applications” research topic within the Biomedical Micro/NAnoRObotics group at FEMTO-ST, FR. 



Leader: Prof. Pierre Renaud

Control, Vision, and Robotics Lab



Leader: Prof. Emmanuel Haffen



Leader: Stéphane Crétien (MCF HDR)