ERIC BENOIT

Associate professor, University Savoie Mont Blanc, Polytech Annecy-Chambéry.

Contact

email  :  eric.benoit–@– univ-smb.fr

Phone :  +33(0) 4 50 09 65 44– fax: +33(0) 4 50 09 65 59

Office :  A128

Postal address : LISTIC – Polytech Annecy-Chambéry, BP 80439 – Annecy le Vieux – 74944 ANNECY Cedex, France


Scientific researcher in Measurement Science, Machine Learning, and Distributed Fusion Systems. Strong engineer skills in Information Technology. My current application fields are the Human Machine Interaction and the Internet of Things and my favourite challenges are those that are considered as impossible.


Research interests:

  • Machine learning, information fusion, data analysis,
  • Measurement science, fuzzy subset theory, fuzzy scales, weak measurements,
  • Distributed fusion systems, software engineering, IT,
  • Application fields: Human Machine Interaction, IoT, homecare.

Publications:

Referenced in HAL


Teaching activities:

  • Industrial soft computing (IUT GEII)
  • Networks (IUT GEII)
  • Java (IUT GEII)
  • IoT (IUT GEII)
  • Measurement Science (Master)

Scientific activities:

PhD thesis co-supervising

  • Current PhDs:
    • Deffo Sikounmo, Cédric, “Le meuble connecté intelligent / Smart connected furniture”, Univ. Grenoble Alpes
  • Defended PhDs:
    • Passalacqua, Olivier, “Contrôle et Implantation de systèmes répartis de fusion d’informations”, Univ. de Savoie, 2009
    • Revillard, Jérôme, “Approche centrée architecture pour la conception logicielle des instruments intelligents”, Univ. de Savoie, 2005
    • Allevard, Thomas, “Représentation symbolique de la configuration de la main – application à la reconnais-
      sance de signes et au contrôle d’un robot mobile”, Univ. de Savoie, 2005
    • Ripoll, Patrick, “Développement d’un système expert pour le diagnostic de panne du moteur automobile”, Univ. de Savoie, 1999

Main Research Projects

section under construction

Conference/Workshop organization

  • Co-chairperson, 2017, IEEE Int. Conf. on CIVEMSA
  • Chairperson, 2008, International IMEKO TC1-TC7 joint symposium

reading committee

Scientific animation


Professionnal career:

  • Phd in Physics – 1993 – Univ.Joseph Fourier, Grenoble 1, France
  • Magistère in Physics – 1988 –  Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble
  • DEA (Master) Measurement and Instrumentation – 1988 – Univ.Joseph Fourier, Grenoble 1