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Conference by Adrien Meguerditchian

Published on March 28, 2017



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Grégoire Pointeau

Position: Doctorant

Company: INSERM


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E-mail: gregoire.pointeau@inserm.fr
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Group(s):
Human and Robot Cognitive Systems - Teams

Research interest

Grégoire Pointeau received the M.Sc. degree in biosciences (bio-informatics and modeling specialty) from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Lyon, France, in 2011, and then pursued Mater’s studies in Cognitive Science at the University of Lyon. He is currently a Ph.D. student at the Robot Cognition Laboratory in Lyon as part of the FP7 EFAA project.

 

He is interested in the accumulation of experience and autobiographical memory in the elaboration of the self, in the context of human-robot social interaction.

Publications
Hinaut, X., Lance, F., Droin, C., Petit, M., Pointeau, G., & Dominey, P. F. (2015) Corticostriatal response selection in sentence production: Insights from neural network simulation with reservoir computing Brain and language, 150, 54-68
Sorce M, Pointeau G, Petit M, Mealier AL, Gibert G, Dominey PF (2015) Proof of Concept for a User-Centered System for Sharing Cooperative Plan Knowledge Over Extended Periods and Crew Changes in Space-Flight Operations Proceedings of the IEEE, 24th International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Ro-Man, p. 776-783 download
Pointeau G, Petit M, Dominey PF (2013) Embodied Simulation Based on Autobiographical Memory Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems. vol. 8064, N. Lepora, A. Mura, H. Krapp, P. M. J. Verschure, and T. Prescott, Eds., ed: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, download
Petit M, Lallee S, Boucher JD, Pointeau G, Cheminade P, Ognibene D, Chinellato E, Pattacini U, Gori I, Martinez-Hernandez U, Barron-Gonzalez H, Inderbitzin M, Luvizotto A, Vouloutsi V, Demiris Y, Metta G, Dominey PF (2013) The Coordinating Role of Language in Real-Time Multimodal Learning of Cooperative Tasks. IEEE Trans Auton Ment Dev, 5:3-17



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