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Camille is a PhD student at TUM (Technical University of Munich) in the team HCR (Human-centered Assistive Robotics).  Her research topic is interactive kinesthetic teaching for conditional tasks. 

Camille is from Montpellier in South of France. She studied at Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne for her engineering diploma in Microelectronics and computer sciences. She did her last year of engineering school at Centrale Nantes and obtained a double diploma with the master’s degree of Advanced Robotics CORO-IMARO.

Camille master thesis was on task allocation for multi-robot systems. She did her master thesis at LS2N, Laboratoire des Sciences du Numérique de Nantes, in the team ARMEN focused on autonomous robots and robots interactions with their environment.

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