From Humans and Non-Human Primates to Robots: Motion
7-8 Dec 2015 Primatology Station of the CNRS, Rousset-sur-Arc (France)


What is the RTP-I ?

The International Interdisciplinary Thematic Network (RTP-I) ‘Humans and Non-Human Primates: Methods toward transdisciplinarity’ has been created in 2013 by the Institute Ecology and Environment (INEE) of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). Its main goal is to animate and structure in a multidisciplinary network teams of research and training that use living (human and non-human) primates as models and of which the centre of interest is the movement in a wide ontogeneticevolutionaryfundamental and applied perspectives.
Its Scientific Committee:
Gilles BERILLON, UP2147 CNRS, Paris
Kristiaan D’AOÛT, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Dominique GRIMAUD-HERVE, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris
Joël FAGOT, LPC, Marseille-Rousset sur Arc
Romain LACOSTE, Station de Primatologie, CNRS, Rousset sur Arc
Jean-Paul LAUMOND, LAAS, Toulouse
Adrien MEGUERDITCHIAN, LPC, Marseille-Rousset sur Arc
Franck MULTON, M2S, Université Rennes 2, Rennes



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