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robot à câbles

A Robot to Track and Film Flying Insects

Flying insects have developed effective strategies for navigating in natural environments. However, the experimental study of these strategies remains challenging due to the small size of insects and their high speed of motion: today it is only possible to study insects that are “tethered” or in stationary flight. Scientists from the CNRS, Université de Lorraine, and Inrae* have developed the first cable-driven robot that can follow and interact with free-flying insects.

More information: Read the press alert on CNRS website


PhD theses

Do your thesis at the Loria!

The subjects of PhD theses for the start of the academic year 2020 are online on the Jobs page, to be consulted here.

To learn more about doctoral training at Loria, click here.

Information about Covid-19

Date of creation: 2020/03/18 – Update: 2021/01/05

 Information in French

Colloquium Loria by Olivier Bournez, “Analog computations are back”

The next colloquium of Loria will take place on Thursday, January 30th at 1.30 pm in the amphitheatre.

Jean-Baptiste Mouret wins award for his research into artificial life

Jean-Baptiste Mouret, Research Director Inria in team Larsen common to Inria and Loria, has won the Award for Outstanding Paper of the Decade from the ISALsociety for The evolutionary origins of modularity,

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