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Dr. Eric Rohmer


Dr Eric Rohmer is currently working as a post-doc researcher at the Space Robotic Laboratory, Department of Aerospace and Engineering in the Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan. From October 2005 till October 2006, he was working as a research fellow before becoming a Japanese Society for Promotion of Science‘s fellow. He received a polytechnic diploma in mechanical engineering and industrial automation in 1996, a B.S degree in industrial production in 1997 from the Henri Poincarre University in France. He received his MSc degree at Ecole Superieure d’Informatique et Applications de Lorraine (ESIAL) in 2000 in France, which is a leading graduate school of engineering in Computer Integrated Manufactory. After working as a mechanical engineer till 2001, he was granted by the Japanese government to enter the Tohoku University to get his PhD degree in computer science in 2005.


His research interests concern the field of telerobotic platforms and mobile robots for space exploration. His recent research concerns hybrid leg / wheels robot on unstructured environments and its modular telerobotic platforms. He is focusing on the development of the Lunar Exploration Omnidirectional Netbot (LEON), a novel hybrid wheel / legs hexapod that folds two of its limbs to transform them into wheels. To teleoperate / supervise or simulate LEON or any mobile robot, he is developing ERode Telerobotic dynamic engine based modular platform.

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Graduate School of Engineering

Tohoku University, Department of Aerospace Engineering

Space Robotics Laboratory, Aoba 6-6-01, Sendai, Japan, 980-8579

Voice/Fax: +81 (0)22-795-6993

Email: eric AT coppeliarobotics.com




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