Since few years, the Bio-inspired Robotics group of the IRCCyN Robotics team is developing a bio-inspired perception mode found on some freshwater tropical fish: the electrical sense. This active sense is based on the distortions measures, due to environment, of an electric field produced by the fish. Based on this principle Irccyn developed in the context of a European project called Angels, the first autonomous underwater robot capable of moving by means of the electrical sense . In the future, CEA TECH and Irccyn want to extend this first result in multiple directions, including the remote operation of submarines manipulators and aerial robots domains. The force feedback should be emulated by the use of the electrical sense. Integrated in the Bio-inspired robotics team of IRCCYN , post -doctoral fellow will contribute to the development of the electric sense and its use for underwater and aerial teleoperation . He will participate in the design and development of new sensors inspired by electric fish and their use for underwater telerobotics. The results of its work will underpin the industrial demonstrator system (teleoperation offshore) to be developed under the project CEA TECH / IRCCYN Bio-inspired robotics.