Associate Professor
INSA Strasbourg & ICube (UMR 7357)
Strasbourg, France

My work is mainly dedicated to control of embedded (linear and nonlinear) cyber-physical and robotic systems with limited resources, with a great interest on reducing their resource use. More particularly, I am investigating non-periodic sampling using event-triggered techniques.

Feel free to contact me for any questions, comments or requests concerning my articles or anything else.

Some links related to my research activities: Google Scholar Citations, ORCID.


  • Ongoing projects:
    • STRAD: joint project on street art drone, with ICube, GIPSA-lab, Polyvionics and Spacejunk (funded by the French national research agency).
    • TIR4sTREEt: joint project on thermal infrared for street trees, with ICube, INRAE and Strasbourg eurometropole (funded by the French national research agency). This is a great opportunity for our dextAIR robot in a urban micro-climatology context.
    • (see our informative article about the project in The conversation, in French)
    • dark-NAV: joint project on navigation in GPS-denied dark environment using aperiodic flash-based photolocation, with GIPSA-lab, ICube and ISM (funded by the French national research agency).
    • dextAIR robot: a novel omnidirectional aerial manipulator with elastic suspension (see video), designed and developed at ICube.
    • TOBACCO: joint French-Mexican project on event-based cooperative control for micro UAVs carrying a load suspended by cables, with GIPSA-lab, BUAP and ICube (funded by the joint SEP-CONACYT-ANUIES-ECOS Nord program).
  • PhD students awards:
    • A. Yiğit received the second place (ex aequo) for the “Best PhD Award” in robotics in France, GdR Robotique, 2021.
    • T. Paul awarded the “i-PhD” Innovation Contest for his OptHySource project (see the prize list), carried by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research in partnership with Bpifrance, 2022.
    • A. Yiğit received the “Best Video Award” (video), French national Young Robotics Researchers Day (JJCR’20), 2020.
    • A. Vega-Alonzo received the “Best Paper Award”, 5th IEEE International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication, and Signal Processing (EBCCSP), 2019.
    • B. Boisseau received the “Best Paper Award”, 1st IEEE International Conference on Event-Based Control, Communication, and Signal Processing (EBCCSP), 2015.