Mon activité de recherche transdisciplinaire


Abeille

Étude du système de pilotage et de navigation par la vision avec F. Ruffier, ainsi que l’étude de la prise d’information visuelle en vol avec A. Morice et G. Montagne.

Oiseau

Étude du contrôle d’altitude et du guidage par la vision avec F. Ruffier, T. Evans (Marine Scotland Science), S. Åkesson et A. Hedenström (Université de Lund, Suède).

Mouche

Étude et modélisation de la coordination des saccades de tête et de corps avec F. Ruffier et S. Viollet.

Homme

Étude du support informationnel pris en compte lors des tâches de navigation spatiale avec A. Morice, F. Ruffier, et T. Rakotomamonjy (ONERA).

Modélisation

Simulation sous Matlab/Simulink de boucles visuomotrices mimant les comportements observés – modélisation des couplages sensorimoteurs.

Capteurs

Conception et réalisation de capteurs inspirés des insectes, en particulier des capteurs de flux optique ou des rétines artificielles bio-inspirées avec T. Raharijaona, F. Ruffier, et S. Viollet.

Robots

Incarnation des modèles computationnels à bord de différents robots mimant le comportement animal, et en particulier les robots volants ou hexapodes miniatures avec T. Raharijaona, F. Ruffier, et S. Viollet.

Arts

Dispositif égo-référencé de captation dronique pour le spectacle vivant d’intérieur avec L. Dieuzayde (LESA).

Mes projets de recherche achevés


Mots Clés


Biorobotique, Bionique, Biomimétisme, Robotique Bio-inspirée, Flux Optique, Vision du Mouvement, Vision Ultraviolette, Vision Polarisée, Evitement d’Obstacles, Contrôle de Vitesse, Contrôle d’Altitude, Navigation, Compas Céleste, Intégration du Chemin, Insectes Volants, Insectes Rampants, Vol d’Insectes, Microdrone, Véhicule Sans Pilote, Drone, Oeil Composé Artificiel, Véhicules Aériens Autonomes, Robot Hexapode.

Mes articles de revues scientifiques et conférences

2019

  • Serres, J. R., Evans, T., Akesson, S., Duriez, O., Shamoun-Baranes, J., Hedenstrom, A., & Ruffier, F. (2019).
    Optic flow cues help explain altitude control over sea in freely flying gulls.
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface, the Royal Society, 2019, 16 (159), pp.20190486.
    DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2019.0486

  • Dupeyroux, J., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2019).
    An ant-inspired celestial compass applied to autonomous outdoor robot navigation.
    Robotics and Autonomous Systems (117), 40-56.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.robot.2019.04.007

  • Dupeyroux, J., Serres, J. R., & Viollet, S. (2019).
    AntBot: A six-legged walking robot able to home like desert ants in outdoor environments.
    Science Robotics 4 (27), eaau0307.
    DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.aau0307

  • Dupeyroux, J., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2019).
    Polarized skylight-based heading measurements: a bio-inspired approach.
    Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (150), 20180878.
    DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2018.0878

  • Serres, J. R., Evans, T. J., Akesson, S., Duriez, O., Shamoun-Baranes, J. Z., Ruffier, F., & Hedenstrom, A. (2019).
    Optic flow helps explain gulls' altitude control over seas.
    bioRxiv, 569194.
    DOI: 10.1101/569194

  • 2018

  • Serres, J. R., & Viollet, S. (2018).
    Insect-inspired vision for autonomous vehicles.
    Current opinion in insect science (30), 46-51.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cois.2018.09.005

  • Dupeyroux, J., Serres, J. R., & Viollet, S. (2018, July).
    A hexapod walking robot mimicking navigation strategies of desert ants Cataglyphis.
    In Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems, Springer, Cham., 145-156.
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-95972-6_16

  • Dupeyroux, J., Boutin, V., Serres, J. R., Perrinet, L. U., & Viollet, S. (2018, May).
    M²APix: a bio-inspired auto-adaptive visual sensor for robust ground height estimation.
    In 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 1-4.
    DOI: 10.1109/ISCAS.2018.8351433

  • Serres, J. R. (2018).
    Taking Inspiration from Flying Insects to Navigate inside Buildings.
    INTECH Open Access Publisher.
    DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72918

  • 2017

  • Vanhoutte, E., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2017, October).
    A quasi-panoramic bio-inspired eye for flying parallel to walls.
    In 2017 IEEE SENSORS, 1-3.
    DOI: 10.1109/ICSENS.2017.8234110

  • Serres, J. R., Evans, T., Akesson, S., Duriez, O., Shamoun-Baranes, J., Ruffier, F., & Hedenstrom, A. (2017, September).
    Optic flow and energy invariants combined may explain gulls' altitude profiles during offshore takeoff.
    In The 6th International Bio-logging Science Symposium (BLS6).

  • Dupeyroux, J., Diperi, J., Boyron, M., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2017, September).
    A novel insect-inspired optical compass sensor for a hexapod walking robot.
    In 2017 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), 3439-3445.
    DOI: 10.1109/IROS.2017.8206183

  • Dupeyroux, J., Diperi, J., Boyron, M., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2017, September).
    A bio-inspired celestial compass applied to an ant-inspired robot for autonomous navigation.
    In 2017 European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR), 1-6.
    DOI: 10.1109/ECMR.2017.8098680

  • Vanhoutte, E., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2017, September).
    A honeybee's navigational toolkit on board a bio-inspired micro flying robot.
    In The 9th International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Competition (IMAV).

  • Portelli, G., Serres, J. R., & Ruffier, F. (2017).
    Altitude control in honeybees: joint vision-based learning and guidance.
    Scientific reports, 7(1), 9231.
    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-09112-5

  • Serres, J. R., & Ruffier, F. (2017).
    Optic flow-based collision-free strategies: From insects to robots.
    Arthropod structure & development, 46(5), 703-717.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.asd.2017.06.003

  • Serres, J. R., Viollet, S., & Ruffier, F. (2017).
    Microdrones bio-inspirés-Doter nos futurs robots aériens de l’agilité des insectes.
    Techniques de l'Ingénieur.

  • Dupeyroux, J., Passault, G., Ruffier, F., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2017, July).
    Hexabot: a small 3D-printed six-legged walking robot designed for desert ant-like navigation tasks.
    In 20th IFAC Word Congress, 1628-1631.

  • Raharijaona, T., Serres, J. R., Vanhoutte, E., & Ruffier, F. (2017, May).
    Toward an insect-inspired event-based autopilot combining both visual and control events.
    In 2017 3rd International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing (EBCCSP), 1-7.
    DOI: 10.1109/EBCCSP.2017.8022822

  • Vanhoutte, E., Mafrica, S., Ruffier, F., Bootsma, R., & Serres, J. R. (2017).
    Time-of-travel methods for measuring optical flow on board a micro flying robot.
    Sensors, 17 (3), 571.
    DOI: 10.3390/s17030571

  • 2016

  • Serres, J. R., Raharijaona, T., Vanhoutte, E., & Ruffier, F. (2016, June).
    Event-based visual guidance inspired by honeybees in a 3D tapered tunnel.
    In 2016 2nd International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication and Signal Processing (EBCCSP), 1-4.
    DOI: 10.1109/EBCCSP.2016.7605273

  • Serres, J. R., & Ruffier, F. (2016).
    Optic flow-based robotics.
    Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, p. 1-14.
    DOI: 10.1002/047134608X.W8321

  • 2015

  • Serres, J. R., & Ruffier, F. (2015).
    Biomimetic Autopilot Based on Minimalistic Motion Vision for Navigating along Corridors Comprising U-shaped and S-shaped Turns.
    Journal of Bionic Engineering, 12(1), 47-60.
    DOI: 10.1016/S1672-6529(14)60099-8

  • 2014

  • Roubieu, F. L., Serres, J. R., Colonnier, F., Franceschini, N., Viollet, S., & Ruffier, F. (2014).
    A biomimetic vision-based hovercraft accounts for bees’ complex behaviour in various corridors.
    The following video shows the LORA robot visually guiding itself in various tunnels: www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/xuggrs.
    Bioinspiration & biomimetics, 9(3), 036003.
    DOI: 10.1088/1748-3182/9/3/036003

  • Raharijaona, T., Kerhuel, L., Serres, J. R., Roubieu, F., Expert, F., Viollet, S., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2014).
    Insect inspired visual motion sensing and flying robots.
    Handbook of Biomimetics and Bioinspiration: 2 Electromechanical Systems, 2014, 978-981-435-4950.
    DOI: 10.1142/9789814354936_0022

  • 2012

  • Roubieu, F. L., Serres, J. R., Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Viollet, S. (2012, December).
    A fully-autonomous hovercraft inspired by bees: wall following and speed control in straight and tapered corridors.
    In Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 2012 IEEE International Conference on (pp. 1311-1318). IEEE.
    DOI: 10.1109/ROBIO.2012.6491150

  • 2010

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2010).
    Biomimetic Optic Flow Sensors and Autopilots for MAV Guidance.
    Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering.
    DOI: 10.1002/9780470686652.eae409

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2010).
    Insect Inspired Autopilots.
    Journal of Aero Aqua Bio-mechanisms, 1(1), 2-10.
    DOI: 10.5226/jabmech.1.2

  • Portelli, G., Serres, J. R., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2010).
    Modelling honeybee visual guidance in a 3-D environment.
    Journal of Physiology-Paris, 104(1), 27-39.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.jphysparis.2009.11.011

  • 2009

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2010).
    Insect Inspired Autopilots.
    The International Symposium on Aero-aqua Bio-Mechanisms (ISABMEC), Aug 2009, Shangai, China.

  • Franceschini, N., Viollet, S., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2009, February).
    Neuromimetic robots inspired by insect vision.
    In Advances in Science and Technology (Vol. 58, pp. 127-136).
    DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.58.127

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., Serres, J. R., & Viollet, S. (2009).
    Optic flow based visual guidance: from flying insects to miniature aerial vehicles.
    INTECH Open Access Publisher.
    DOI: 10.5772/6491

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2009).
    Optic flow based autopilots: speed control and obstacle avoidance.
    In Flying Insects and Robots (pp. 29-50). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-89393-6_3

  • Aubépart, F., Dilly, A., Ruffier, F., Serres, J. R., & Franceschini, N. (2009).
    Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) for Bio-inspired visuo-motor control systems applied to Micro-Air Vehicles.
    INTECH Open Access Publisher.
    DOI: 10.5772/6466

  • 2008

  • Franceschini N., Viollet S., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2008).
    Neuromimetic Robots inspired by Insect Vision.
    In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference "Smart, Materials, Structures and Systems" (CIMTEC), Jun 2008, Acireale, Sicily, Italy.

  • Serres, J. R. (2008).
    De l'abeille au robot : la régulation du flux optique. Contrôle conjoint de vitesse et d'évitements d'obstacles latéraux pour véhicules totalement actionnés
    (Doctoral dissertation, Université Montpellier II-Sciences et Techniques du Languedoc).

  • Ruffier, F., Mukai, T., Nakashima, H., Serres, J. R., & Franceschini, N. (2008, December).
    Combining sound and optic flow cues to reach a sound source despite lateral obstacles.
    In System Integration, 2008 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on (pp. 89-94). IEEE.
    DOI: 10.1109/SI.2008.4770432

  • Serres, J. R., Dray, D., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2008).
    A vision-based autopilot for a miniature air vehicle: joint speed control and lateral obstacle avoidance.
    Autonomous Robots, 25(1-2), 103-122.
    DOI: 10.1007/s10514-007-9069-0

  • Serres, J. R., Masson, G. P., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2008).
    A bee in the corridor: centering and wall-following.
    Naturwissenschaften, 95(12), 1181-1187.
    DOI: 10.1007/s00114-008-0440-6

  • Portelli, G., Serres, J. R., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2008, October).
    A 3d insect-inspired visual autopilot for corridor-following.
    In Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, 2008. BioRob 2008. 2nd IEEE RAS & EMBS International Conference on (pp. 19-26). IEEE.
    DOI: 10.1109/BIOROB.2008.4762816

  • 2007

  • Franceschini, N., Ruffier, F., & Serres, J. R. (2007).
    A bio-inspired flying robot sheds light on insect piloting abilities.
    Current Biology, 17(4), 329-335.
    DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2006.12.032

  • Pinel, P., Thirion, B., Meriaux, S., Jobert, A., Serres, J. R., Le Bihan, D., Poline, J.-B., & Dehaene, S. (2007).
    Fast reproducible identification and large-scale databasing of individual functional cognitive networks.
    BMC neuroscience, 8(1), 1.
    DOI: 10.1186/1471-2202-8-91

  • Ruffier, F., Serres, J. R., Masson, G. P., & Franceschini, N. (2007).
    A bee in the corridor: regulating the optic flow on one side.
    In Proceedings of the 7th meeting of the German neuroscience society—31st Göttingen neurobiology conference.

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2007).
    Optic flow based autopilot: From insects to rotorcraft and back.
    Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Elsevier, 2007, 146 (4), pp.S133

  • 2006

  • Serres, J. R., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2006, February).
    Two optic flow regulators for speed control and obstacle avoidance.
    In Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, 2006. BioRob 2006. The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on (pp. 750-757). IEEE.
    DOI: 10.1109/BIOROB.2006.1639180

  • Serres, J. R., Ruffier, F., Viollet, S., & Franceschini, N. (2006).
    Toward optic flow regulation for wall-following and centring behaviours.
    International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, 3(2), 147-154.
    DOI: 10.5772/5744

  • 2005

  • Serres, J. R., Ruffier, F., & Franceschini, N. (2005).
    Biomimetic visual navigation in a corridor: to centre or not to centre.
    In Proceedings of international mediterranean modeling multiconference (pp. 91-97).

  • Conférences internationales

    2019

  • Serres J. R., Morice, A., Blary, C., Montagne, G., & Ruffier, F. (2019).
    Honeybees flying over a mirror crash irremediably.
    In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Invertebrate Vision (ICIV) (Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, August 5-12).

  • Dupeyroux J, Viollet S., & Serres J. R. (2019).
    AntBot: a Fully Insect-Inspired Hexapod Homing like Desert Ants.
    In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Invertebrate Vision (ICIV) (Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, August 5-12).

  • 2011

  • Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2011).
    A bio-inspired robot accounts for insect behavior.
    16th European Conference en Eye Movement (ECEM) (Marseille, France, August 21-25).

  • 2009

  • Portelli G., Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Flying in 3D with an insect-inspired visual autopilot.
    Poster presentation in "Visual processing in insects: from anatomy to behavior II",
    Janelia Farm Conference,
    Washington DC, USA, May 17-20.

  • 2008

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2008).
    From insects to robots and back.
    In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Invertebrate Vision (ICIV) (Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, August 1-8).

  • Serres J. R., Ruffier F., Masson G. P. & Franceschini N. (2008).
    A bee in a corridor: centering and wall-following.
    In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Invertebrate Vision (ICIV) (Bäckaskog Castle, Sweden, August 1-8).

  • 2007

  • Portelli G., Ogier M., Ruffier F., Serres J., & Franceschini N. (2007).
    A bee in the corridor: Side-slip control autopilot.
    The International Symposium on Flying Insects and Robots (FIR), Aug 2007, Ascona, Switzerland.

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2007).
    Insects as pilots: optic flow regulation for vertical and horizontal guidance.
    In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Flying Insets and Robots (FIR) (Ascona, Suisse, August 12-17), pp. 37-38.

  • 2005

  • Ruffier F., Serres J. R., & Franceschini N.. (2005).
    Automatic landing and take off at constant slope without terrestrial aids.
    In: Proceedings of the 31th European Rotorcraft Forum (ERF'05), Sep 2005, Florence, Italy. pp.92.1-92.8.

  • Conférences internationales sur invitation

    2011

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2011).
    Insect-inspired optic flow sensors and autopilots.
    Keynote lecture at the International Workshop on Bio-inspired Robot (Nantes, France, April 6-8).

  • 2010

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2010).
    From insects to robots and back again.
    Keynote lecture at the ESF Conf. Functional Neurobiology in Minibrains: From Flies to Robots and Back Again, (Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain, 17-22 Oct.).

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2010).
    Optic Flow Sensors and optic flow based piloting.
    International SAB Workshop : « Smarter Sensors, Easier Processing » (à l’invitation du Prof. H. Perremans, Univ of Antwerpen, Belgium) (Univ. P et M Curie, Paris., August 24).

  • 2009

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2009).
    Controlling navigation by optic flow sensors: the fly automatic pilot.
    Keynote lecture at the Progress in Motor Control VII (International Conference), (Marseilles, France, July 23-25).

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2009).
    Bio-inspired optic flow based autopilots.
    Keynote lecture at the International Symposium on Aero-aqua Bio-Mechanisms (ISABMEC), (Shanghai, Chine, August 29-Sept. 2).

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., Serres J. R., & Aubépart F. (2009).
    Bioinspired optic flow sensors and optic flow based autopilots.
    Keynote lecture at the USA-China Workshop on bio-inspired smart systems: materials, mechanics, control and sensor innovation, (Dalian, China, July 20-22).

  • 2007

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2007).
    Insects as Pilots: Optic Flow Regulation for Vertical and Horizontal Guidance.
    Keynote lecture at Flying Insects and Robots, (Switzerland, Ascona, August 12-17).

  • Ruffier F., Franceschini N., & Serres J. R. (2007).
    Vision based autopilot in flies.
    Keynote lecture at "Visual Processing in Insects : From Anatomy to Behavior",
    Janelia Farm Research Campus, HHMI,
    Washington DC, USA, April 29 - May 2.

  • Workshops

    2011

  • Roubieu F. L., Serres J. R., Viollet S., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2011).
    Toward a fully autonomous hovercraft visually guided thanks to its own bio-inspired motion sensors.
    International Workshop on Bio-inspired Robots (Nantes, France, 6-8 april)

  • 2009

  • Ruffier F., Serres J. R., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Pilotes automatiques biomimétiques : boucles de rétroaction directes sur le flux optique.
    Workshop inter GdR MACS et Robotique du GT UAV (ENSAM – Paris, 26 mars 2009)

  • Portelli G., Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Piloting with an insect-based visual autopilot.
    RTP Bionique meeting 12-13 Nov. 2009, Entitled "Moving in fluids for animals and robots: physics, (bio)mechanics, control and perception"

  • Ruffier F., Serres J. R., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Pilotes automatiques biomimétiques : boucles de rétroaction directes sur le flux optique.
    Workshop Drone LSIS / ISM, avec le concours du Pôle de compétitivité PEGASE, de l’Onera et de l’École des Officiers de l’Armée de l’Air (Salon de Provence, 25 mai 2009)

  • 2008

  • Serres J. R., Dray D., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2008).
    A bio-inspired optic flow based autopilot for guiding a miniature hovercraft in corridors.
    IEEE-IROS Workshop on Visual Guidance Systems for Small Autonomous Aerial Vehicles, S. Viollet and F. Ruffier (Eds.), Nice, Sept. 22.

  • Conférences Nationales

    2019

  • Berger-Dauxère, A., Montagne, G., & Serres, J. R. (2019, June).
    A new experimental design to uncorrelate visual cues in honeybees’ altitude control.
    In: Poster au 19ème Colloque de Biologie de l’Insecte (CBI), Albi, France. 26-28 Juin 2019.

  • Berger-Dauxère, A., Montagne, G., & Serres, J. R. (2019, August).
    Uncorrelated optic flow’s invariants controlling altitude in honeybees: a new experimental setup.
    In: Poster au 30ème congrès de l’Union Internationale pour l’Étude des Insectes Sociaux (UIEIS-SF), Avignon, France. 28-30 Août 2019.

  • Brodoline, I., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2019, October).
    An energy efficient 3D printed leg for bioinspired hexapod robots.
    In: Poster aux Journées des Jeunes Chercheurs en Robotique (JJCR), Vittel, France. 14 Oct. 2019.

  • 2017

  • Dupeyroux, J., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2017, November).
    Providing an autonomous hexapod walking robot with the ability to reorientate: application of a novel ant-inspired celestial compass.
    In Journée des Jeunes Chercheurs en Robotique (JJCR 2017).

  • Dupeyroux, J., Diperi, J., Boyron, M., Viollet, S., & Serres, J. R. (2017, June).
    A bio-inspired celestial compass for a hexapod walking robot in outdoor environment.
    In 13ème Journée de l'Ecole Doctorale 463.

  • 2011

  • Franceschini N., Ruffier F., & Serres J. R. (2011).
    Des robots neuromimétiques pour mieux comprendre.
    Colloque "NeuroStic" (à l’invitation du Dr M. Paindavoine, Univ. de Dijon) Univ. P et M Curie, Paris, 31 janvier-1er Février 2011

  • 2009

  • Ruffier F., Serres J. R., Portelli G., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Boucles visuo-motrices bio-mimétiques pour le pilotage automatique des micro-aéronefs.
    Actes des 7ème Journées Nationales de la Recherche en Robotique (JNRR), (Neuvy-sur-Barangeon, France, Nov. 4-6), pp. 55-67.

  • Portelli G., Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Pilote automatique bio-inspiré pour la navigation en 3D.
    Journées des Jeunes Chercheurs en Robotique (JJCR), (Neuvy-sur-Barangeon, France, Nov. 3)

  • Ruffier F., Serres J. R., & Franceschini N. (2009).
    Pilotes automatiques biomimétiques : boucles de rétroaction directes sur le flux optique.
    Journées MSI "Matériaux et Structures Intelligentes" ONERA/DGA (Châtillon, 25 mars 2009)

  • 2008

  • Portelli G., Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2008).
    3D Navigation with an insect-inspired autopilot.
    Actes de la 2ème Conférence Française de Neurosciences Computationnelles (NEUROCOMP) (Marseille, France, Oct. 8-11).

  • Serres J. R., Dray D., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2008).
    Pilote automatique bio-inspiré basé sur la vision du mouvement.
    Actes de la 6ème Manifestation des Jeunes Chercheurs en STIC (MAJECSTIC), (Marseille, France, Oct. 29-30).

  • Portelli G., Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2008).
    Un pilote automatique inspiré des insectes pour la navigation 3D dans un tunnel.
    Actes de la 4ème journée de l'Ecole Doctorale Sciences du Mouvement Humain (EDSMH), (Avignon, France, 23 Mai).

  • 2007

  • Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2007).
    Guidage visuel d'un aéroglisseur miniature dans un corridor.
    Actes des 6ème Journées Nationales de la Recherche en Robotique (JNRR), (Obernai, France, Oct. 9-12)

  • 2005

  • Serres J. R., Ruffier F., & Franceschini N. (2005).
    Réguler le flux optique latéral pour naviguer dans un corridor.
    Journées Nationales de la Recherche en Robotique JNRR'05 (Guidel, France, Oct 5-7), pp 289-290.

  • Revues pédagogiques nationales à comité de lecture

    2019

  • Serres J. R. (2019).
    Comment organiser une formation Matlab/Simulink.
    La Revue 3EI, SEE, No. 94, ISNN : 1252-770X, pp. 38-45.

  • 2014

  • Dubois P., & Serres J. R. (2014).
    Décodage de télégramme KNX.
    La Revue 3EI, SEE, No. 78, pp. 44-50.

  • 2013

  • Serres J. R., & Dubois P. (2013).
    Installation solaire photovoltaïque autonome utilisant des cellules en couches minces CIS.
    La Revue 3EI, SEE, No. 72, pp. 65-70.

  • 2009

  • Serres J. R., Dubois P., Jaunay C., & Escolano S. (2009).
    Réseau électrique haute qualité.
    La Revue 3EI, SEE, No. 58, pp. 20-26.

  • Vulgarisation scientifique

    2019

  • Dupeyroux J., Viollet S., & Serres J. (2019).
    AntBot, un robot fourmi qui navigue sans GPS.
    Revue TELECOM, no. 193, p. 53-55, Juin 2019.

  • Dupeyroux J., Viollet S., & Serres J. (2019).
    AntBot is able to go home like desert ants.
    The Science Breaker, 2019, DOI : 10.25250/thescbr.brk252.