Eric Courteille received the engineering degree in Mechanical and Control Systems and the Pd.D degree in Mechanical
Engineering in 2002 and 2005, respectively, from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Rennes, France.
Until 2007, he worked as research and development engineer in the Prototypes, Testing & Metrology Laboratory of C.F GOMMA company from Rennes, France. He was responsible for research on design and optimization of anti-vibration systems solutions for chassis systems or engine mounting systems of automotive vehicles.
At present he is currently an associate professor of the Laboratory of Civil and Mechanical Engineering – LGCGM – EA3913 at the INSA Rennes. His research is mainly involved in the predictive component dynamic analysis and anti-vibration systems simulation with a particular emphasis on the component validation and system testing. His current research interests include the design and control of robotic systems, in particular, cable-driven mechanisms.