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Professor Cédric Pradalier maintains a lab on the GT-Lorraine campus, the Data-driven Robotics for Environment Assessment and Monitoring (DREAM) Lab, where he conducts research on developing mobile robotic systems to monitor environments over long periods of time, in particular in environments where change happens over a wide spectrum of different time scales. Pradalier also leads courses in robotics at GT-Lorraine as part of the computer science degree programs, including CS 7630: Autonomous Robots.
Pradelier joined the Georgia Tech-Lorraine faculty as an associate professor in September 2012. Previously, he was deputy director of the Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zürich, from 2007 to 2012. In this role, he served as the technical coordinator of the V-Charge project (IP, 2010-2014) and was also involved in the development of innovative robotic platforms, such as autonomous boats for environment monitoring and prototype space rovers, which was funded by the European Space Agency.
Additionally, Pradalier is a founding member of the ETH Zürich start-up Skybotix, for which he was responsible for software development and integration.
From 2004 to 2007, Pradalier worked as a research scientist at CSIRO in Australia. There he was involved in the development of software for large autonomous industrial robots and an autonomous underwater vehicle for the monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef.
To contact Pradalier by phone, please dial the following international number: +33(0) 3 8720-3925.
Institute for Robotics & Intelligent Machines
801 Atlantic Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Phone: (404) 385-8746