Graduate School Projects:
- Conceptual motorics: manual gestures
- Designing Human-Robot-Interaction based on parent-infant interaction
- Implicit semantic transmission in social learning
Frank Joublin graduated as Diplom-Ingenieur in 1987 at the school of engineering of Lille (EUDIL), France. He received a European Ph.D. degree in neurosciences in 1993 on the modelling of cortical columnar network. From 1994 to 1998 he worked as postdoctoral research fellow by prof. W. von Seelen at the Institute fuer Neuroinformatik, university of Bochum, Germany. His research activity there focused on the modelling of cortical plasticity, on stereo-vision algorithms and on place representation for roboter-navigation. From 1998 to 2001 Frank Joublin was customer project manager at Philips Speech Processing Aachen. Since 2001, he is principal scientist at the Honda Research Institute Europe, Germany. His research interests include speech processing, language and semantic acquisition and developmental robotics.