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Ahmed Chemori

Ahmed Chemori received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, both in automatic control from Polytechnic Institute
of Grenoble, France, in 2001 and 2005 respectively. During the year 2004/2005 he has been a Research and
Teaching assistant at Laboratoire de Signaux et Systèmes (LSS - Centrale Supelec) and University Paris 11.
Then he joined Gipsa-Lab (Former LAG) as a CNRS postdoctoral researcher.
He is currently a tenured research scientist in Automatic control and Robotics for the French National
Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), at the Montpellier Laboratory of Computer Science, Robotics and
Microelectronics (LIRMM).
His research interests include nonlinear (adaptive and predictive) control and their real-time applications in
different fields of robotics (underactuated robotics, parallel robotics, underwater robotics, humanoid robotics
and wearable robotics). He is the author of more about 120 scientific publications, including international
journals, patents, book chapters and international conferences. He co-supervised 17 PhD theses (including 9
defended) and more than 40 MSc theses. He served as a TPC/IPC member or associate editor for different
international conferences and he organized different scientific events (e.g. PKM 2016 and PKM 2018 Summer
Schools, WIR 2017 and Robo-Rehab 2019 workshops).
He has been a visiting researcher/professor at different institutions (NTNU - Norway, Tohoku University -
Japan, EPFL - Switzerland, TUT - Estonia, HUST - China, UPC - China, CINVESTAV - Mexico, UPT -
Mexico, Chiang Mai University - Thailand, KAUST - Saudi Arabia, ENIT - Tunisia, ENSIT - Tunisia, UMC -
Algeria, etc). He has also delivered various plenary/keynote lectures at different international conferences.


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  • Philippe Poignet, Ahmed Chemori, Nabil Zemiti, Chao Liu. Some control-related issues in mini-robotics for endoluminal surgery. EMBC: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Sep 2009, Minneapolis, MN, United States. pp.6850-6855. ⟨lirmm-00431187⟩