Benoit Clement is a professor at ENSTA Bretagne (Brest, France) and at Flinders University (Adelaide, Australia) . From 2016 to 2021, he has served as deputy head of the Lab-STICC (CNRS UMR 6285). He used to be the head of the Ocean Sensing and Mapping Department at ENSTA Bretagne (2014-2017)
He received a Master of Science in Automatic Control and Signal Processing (DEA ATSI) from University Paris XI in 1998 and a Master of Engineering in Automatic Control and Systems from Supelec in 1998.
From October 1998 to September 2001, he was a PhD Students at Supelec (now CentraleSupelec). He received the PhD degree in Physics 'Multiobjective synthesis and gain scheduling: application to an aerospace launcher guidance’ from thr University Paris XI in September 2001 (pdf file) and the “Habilitation a Diriger des Recherches” (French Habilitation - HDR) degree in Automatic Control from the Universite de Bretagne Occidentale in November 2015.
Supelec, associate professor
French Space Agency (CNES), Launcher Directorate, in charge of GNC activities and also project manager
Project Manager at Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique (Sea Innovation & Business Cluster). Pole Mer Bretagne Atlantique is the heart of a network in which major companies, SMEs, research centres and higher education establishments combine ideas and skills to develop collaborative innovative projects within the maritime industry.
His current research focus are on:
Global Optimization used for strutured robust control applied to robotics.
Machine Learning for Adaptive Control