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    • - Foggy Road Image DAtabase

  • FROSI
    • - Foggy Road Sign Images

  • MEvaCom
    • - Modélisation et Evaluation des communications IEEE 802.11p

  • VELASCA
    • - Véhicule Laser Scanner Camera

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    • - FOCus : Détection d’obstacle par propagation de front d’obstacle floue

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Fiche personnelle de GRUYER Dominique

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    Fonction : Directeur de Recherche
    14, route de la Minière - Bâtiment 824 - F-78000 Versailles - Bâtiment : Route de la Minieredominique.gruyer(at)ifsttar.frTel :01 30 84 40 07 Port :00 00

    Qui contacter en cas d'absence : Olivier Orfila

    Affectation : COSYS - LIVIC


    Description

    Dominique Gruyer received his PhD in 1999 from University of Technology of Compiègne, France in the “systems control” specialty.
    Between 2001 and 2011, he was a researcher at INRETS in the LIVIC’s Perception team. Between 2010 and 2014, he was the LIVIC's "near and far perception" team leader. In 2014, he obtained his HDR (habilitation to manage researches) from University Of Evry (Paris Saclay) in "Automatic control" and the same year the position of Research Director at IFSTTAR. From 2015, he is the head of LIVIC. In June 2018, he obtained the management of the IFSTTAR’s “Autonomous and Connected Vehicle” program.
    His work concerns the study and development of embedded perception and multi-source and multi-sensor data fusion using theories of uncertainty (probability, belief theory, possibility, fuzzy mathematics) for the design of informative/active/cooperative Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) like autonomous and connected vehicles.  He is also responsible and the main inventor of the SiVIC platform (Vehicles, Infrastructures and Sensors Simulator) dedicated to the prototyping, the test, and the evaluation of ADAS. He is author and co-author of more than 200 journal and conference papers, and book chapters. He was involved in more than 20 projects ( French (ARCOS, LOVe, eMotive, ABV, SINETIC …) , European (CVIS, Have-It, eFuture …), International (CooPerCom)) and expertise ( Renault, VEDECOM, DGA, Fudjitsu, University Tongji …) about autonomous driving, cooperative embedded systems, local and global perception, vehicles/sensors/communication simulation. He has several long term international collaborations with CARR-Q (QUT-Australia), LIV (University of Sherbrooke-Canada), ACIS (UBC-Canada), and University of Tongji (Transportation department-China).
    From 2009 to 2015, he was co-founder and scientific expert for the company CIVITEC which markets pro-SiVIC software.
    Since April 2015, CIVITEC is become a subsidiary of ESI group and he is now a Scientific Director ("Perception systems and data fusion”) for this company (in cumulative activity).


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