Greetings! I'm a researcher in computer science. I explore how physiological computing can contribute to human-computer interaction and foster new communication channels among the general public. I came to think that the purpose of those technological artifacts is to enhance well being and facilitate human relationships on the whole. Or at least this is the path into which I try to venture, hacking my way.
March 29, 2017
My program for CHI ‘17: give BCI courses with with my colleagues from Potioc (still time to register!), demonstrate an actuated and updated version of Teegi and listen to Joan Sol Roo, who will present the Inner Garden, an augmented sandbox for mindfulness – we were lucky enough to get a “best paper honorable mention” :)
February 21, 2017
I am co-organizing a special session “Brain and physiological signals for
multi-user modeling” at ACII ‘17 (Affective Computing and Intelligent
Interaction). If you are interested in physiological computing and social settings, here is the call for papers, deadline the 2nd of May!
January 24, 2017
In Paris, attending to the launch of CORTICO, an association to promote BCI research in France.
October 19, 2016
I am joining Ullo as the head of the research and innovation department; an opportunity to transfer some of my work so it could be used for real, for good.
October 06, 2016
1st edition of the international neuroergonomics conference in Paris, where Fabien will present our paper “Recent advances in EEG-based neuroergonomics for Human-Computer Interaction”. Meanwhile I am getting ready to present for the first time the new version of Teegi in the Cité des Sciences. Live demo recorded by L’Esprit Sorcier.
June 01, 2016
At the 6th BCI meeting, after an OpenViBE workshop I present a comparison between the OpenBCI board and a medical grade device – the extended version of this work will be at PhyCS ‘16 next month.
February 29, 2016
Busy last couple months; a demonstration of Tobe at TEI, an accepted abstract for next BCI meeting, (French) scientific outreach in a journal, and no less than three new works that I will be presenting during next CHI.
December 14, 2015
Our last study about how to use EEG as an evaluation tool for HCI was accepted at CHI ‘16.
December 08, 2015
The day I got my PhD. Beware, Science! More details about my thesis here.
November 08, 2015
We pursued our work on proxies that display users’ inner states with Tobe, a tangible out-of-body experience – soon at TEI ‘16.
September 15, 2015
3 papers accepted at INTERACT ‘15, including workload and visual comfort assessment with EEG.
February 13, 2015
Received the “Best Student Paper Award” at PhyCS ‘15
for my work about the display of a mirrored heart rate and the social presence of agents.
January 04, 2015
End of the Techfest IIT for Teegi, the little guy held on pretty well: http://youtu.be/bDFttDuZTk4.
December 29, 2014
Today Teegi travels with uncle Laviole and myself to Mumbai for his first public exhibition, from the 2nd to the 4th of January at the Techfest IIT.
October 06, 2014
I’ll attend to UIST and present Teegi with Renaud!
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