Institut des Systèmes Intelligents
et de Robotique


Sorbonne Universite



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haliyo Sinan
Title : Associate Professor
Address : 4 place Jussieu, CC 173, 75252 Paris cedex 05
Phone : +33 (0) 1 44 27 63 84
Email : haliyo(at)
Group : Interactions multi-échelles (Interactions multi-échelles)

Multiscale Interactions Lab

SINAN HALIYO is currently an Associate Professor at the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR), Sorbonne University, Paris, where he leads the 'Multiscale Interactions' Lab. He has been active in the field of microrobotics since 1999 on topics including control and design issues,  physical  interactions  and  user  interfaces  for  microscale  applications  in  assembly, characterization and user training. He also takes a particular interest on human-computer interaction issues in remote handling and teleoperation, especially with haptics and multimodal interfaces.

Research Activities

  • Micro and Nano manipulation
  • User Interfaces & Teleoperation, Haptics
  • Virtual Reality in micro robotics
  • Bio-inspired assembly

Short resume (Feb 2019)



Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (Dec 2019) : PDF - Slides


PhD Offers

Microfluidic And Robotic Devices For In-Vitro Analysis, Manipulation And Injection On Biological Samples




Open position: R&D Electrical Engineer in Robotics, Haptics & HCI

The Interaction group of ISIR (Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique of Univ. P & M Curie, Paris) has an open position for a junior R&D engineer, for 1 + 1 year contract, starting October 2016. The location is the Jussieu campus of UPMC in central Paris, France.

Gross Salary per month according to the level of diploma and the experience in the domain: 2500 – 2800€ / month, (corresponding to 2100-2300€ net salary / month).


We are particularly looking for candidates with :

  • Experience with lab test equipment and PCB design ;
  • Experience prototyping circuits (breadboard assembly, soldering surface mount components, etc.)
  • Embedded system design including: sensors, microcontroller based systems (dsPIC, PIC32, ARM...), mixed analog/digital signal systems and DAC & ADC;
  • Exposure to programming microcontrollers, motor controllers ; programming and debugging mechatronic systems, IO and communication protocols ;
  • Strong communication skills and a desire to work in a small research-oriented multidisciplinary team

Please contact Sinan Haliyo and Stéphane Régnier with usual references. Note that the candidatures will be processed in September 2016.