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Benoit Clement is a full professor at ENSTA Bretagne, France and also professor at Flinders University. He has been Head of the Information Science and Technology Departement at ENSTA Bretagne since 2022. He used to served as deputy Head of the Lab-STICC (CNRS UMR 6285) from 2016 to 2021, and as the head of the Ocean Sensing and Mapping Department at ENSTA Bretagne (2014-2017). He is currently in Adelaide, South Australia, as CNRS Researcher at CROSSING IRL CNRS 2010 between CNRS, Naval Group, Flinders University, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia. He has served as a member of IFAC technical committees on Robust Control and also on Marine Systems since 2020.
He received a Master of Science in Automatic Control and Signal Processing from University Paris-Saclay in 1998 and a Master of Science and Engineering in Automatic Control and Systems from CentraleSupelec in 1998. From October 1998 to September 2001, he was a PhD Student at CentraleSupelec. He received the PhD degree in Physics 'Multiobjective synthesis and gain scheduling: application to an aerospace launcher guidance’ from the University Paris-Saclay in September 2001 and the “Habilitation a Diriger des Recherches” (French Habilitation - HDR) degree in Automatic Control from the University of Brest in 2015. His current research focus is on mixing AI and classical approaches for maritime robotics GNC algorithms, supported by French Defence Agency, French Research Agency (CNRS) and industrial partners.

External positions

Professor, National Institute of Advanced Technologies of Brittany

2015 → …

Research Areas

  • Automation, control and robotics engineering
  • Defence and maritime
  • Electrical and electronic engineering


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