Dr Nicolas Cambier is a Research Fellow at the University of Leeds. His expertise is on swarm robotics and adaptive controllers. Through his PhD, Nicolas developed algorithms to explore unknown environments with fleets of autonomous vehicles by adapting to the environment through self-organising communications and area tags. As part of Theme 4, Nicolas is developing distributed controllers that are able to cooperatively explore uncertain and dynamic network-like environments with constrained resources.
- “Language Evolution in Swarm Robotics: a Perspective,” Nicolas Cambier, Roman Miletitch, Vincent Frémont, Marco Dorigo, Eliseo Ferrante, and Vito Trianni. In Frontiers in Robotics and AI-Computational Intelligence in Robotics, In Press
- “Embodied Evolution of Self-Organised Aggregation by Cultural Propagation,” Nicolas Cambier, Vincent Frémont, Vito Trianni, and Eliseo Ferrante. In Eleventh International Conference on Swarm Intelligence (ANTS 2018), Rome, Italy, Oct 2018.
- “Self-organised Aggregation in Swarms of Robots with Informed Robots,” Ziya Firat, Eliseo Ferrante, Nicolas Cambier, and Elio Tuci. In International Conference on Theory and Practice of Natural Computing (pp. 49-60). Springer, Cham, Dec 2018.
- “Group-Size Regulation in Self-Organised Aggregation through the Naming Game,” Nicolas Cambier, Vincent Frémont, and Eliseo Ferrante. In International Symposium on Swarm Behavior and Bio-Inspired Robotics (SWARM 2017), Kyoto, Japan, Oct 2017.