Luc Jaulin is professor in robotics at ENSTA-Bretagne. He makes his researches in the  LabSTICC laboratory on interval methods, including constraint propagations and contractors, applied to control and robotics. With Nacim Ramdani, he leads the French working group on set-membership methods and he co-organizes the Summer Workshop on Intervals Methods SWIM. He received the Moore prize in 2012 for his contributions of interval analysis to the SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) problem.
Jordan Ninin is a associate professor, specialized in global optimization based on interval analysis. His Phd thesis, awarded by two prizes, offers contractors using linear relaxation techniques, including affine arithmetic. It actively contributes to the development of the IBEX library and works to facilitate and intensify relations between automatic and mathematical programming communities.
Benoît Desrochers is a PHD student working at the DGA-TN (Direction générale de l'armement) in Brest, France. He made   PyIbex   a Python interface for Ibex. His main topic of interest is robotics (localization and mapping) with interval methods.
ENSTA Bretagne is a French national graduate engineering institute which offers three year engineering programmes. The programmes offered at ENSTA Bretagne are wide and varied, encompassing different aspects of science, technology and human resource management. ENSTA Bretagne is committed to developing a strong international perspective. ENSTA Bretagne’s international strategy is to develop and maintain close ties with international, industrial and academic partners through various initiatives. These initiatives include conventions with foreign universities, involvement in European projects and participation in student exchange programmes. ENSTA Bretagne is located in Brest a city that lies on the western-most tip of France. Brest is the European capital of marine and oceanographic research.



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