Antonin Dallard received a Master's degree in mechanical and industrial engineering at the Arts Et Métiers Graduate School of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Process in Lille, France in 2020. He started in october 2020 a thesis with the CNRS at the LIRMM (Laboratory of Informatics, Robotics, and Microelectronics of Montpellier) and the JRL. His Ph.D topic tackles the transfer of human expertise towards humanoid robots.

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A cybernetic avatar system to embody human telepresence for connectivity, exploration, and skill transfer R. Cisneros-Limón, A. Dallard, M. Benallegue, K. Kaneko, H. Kaminaga, P. Gergondet, A. Tanguy, R. Singh, L. Sun, Y. Chen, C. Fournier, G. Lorthioir, M. Tsuru, Ś. Chefchaouni-Moussaoui, Y. Osawa, G. Caron, K. Chappellet, M. Morisawa, A. Escande, Ko Ayusawa, Y. Houhou, I. Kumagai, M. Ono, K. Shirasaka, S. Wada, H. Wada, F. Kanehiro, A. Kheddar International Journal of Social Robotics 2024
Synchronized Human-Humanoid Motion Imitation A. Dallard, M. Benallegue, F. Kanehiro, A. Kheddar IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2023
Human-Robot Handovers Using Task-Space Quadratic Programming M. Djeha, A. Dallard, A. Zermane, P. Gergondet, A. Kheddar International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication 2022