Parution de "Les mécanismes du sommeil"Published on June 19, 2013
Claude Gronfier a participé à l'écriture d'un ouvrage sur le sommeil qui est paru cette semaine...
| European funded projects
CHRIS - PI : Peter Ford Dominey
| Peter Ford Dominey || |
Peter Ford Dominey is a Research Director with the CNRS in Lyon France. He completed the BA at Cornell University in 1984 in cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence. In 1989 and 1993 respectively he obtained the M.Sc. and Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Southern California, developing neural network models of sensorimotor sequence learning, including the first simulations of the role of dopamine in sensorimotor associative learning. From ...
| Jean-David Boucher PHD Student|| |
The goal of my Phd is to create a programm for a human-robot intercation (HRI).The main characteristics of it are:* The robot has to learn via the interaction with the user.* The user is a naive personn, no computer science knowledge is necessary.* The robot has to create new representations for each behavior.* The user can reuse these representations.* The interaction has to be as fluently as possible.In order to achieve this aim, I don't adopt a classical AI point of view but rather "developmental ...
| Xavier Hinaut || |
His research explores brain mechanisms of complex sequence processing, focusing on language syntactic comprehension. He is interested in using Recurrent Neural Networks to model these processes and investigating how such models can be used in developmental robotics.Xavier Hinaut received an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Technology of Compiègne, France in 2008 and an M.S. in Cognitive Science from the Ecole Pratrique des Hautes Etudes, France ...
| Stephane Lallee || |
As a member of Dominey's Team, I work on improving how robots can cooperate with humans.
How can we modelise the cooperation ability, what is the goal of an action or a task and how to understand it ? These are some questions which I try to answer. My main approach is to define and use neural network based models in order to mimic various cognitives functions.
By linking all these models to a high level model of cognition, I hope to be able to build the ground of a new theory ...
| Carol Madden-Lombardi || |
My program of research
brings together principles from the strong tradition of cognitive
the emerging framework of embodied cognition, and pioneering work in
robotics to better understand how we comprehend described events. Our
employs a methodical approach in which (1) the behavior in question is
characterized, (2) the mechanisms that implement that behavior are
(3) this knowledge is used to create an artificial system (derived ...
| Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey || |
Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey is Senior Researcher at INSERM-U846 in Lyon, France.
She received her PhD at University Claude Bernard in Lyon
in 1982 studying the implication of cortex in visual vestibular functions in
the cat and macaque. During her thesis, she described for the first time the
role of the posterior cerebral cortex in vestibular function and its anatomical
correlates as direct projections from cortex to the vestibular nuclei. During
her 2 years ...
Selected Publications of Team members : |
External link : |
Chris FP7 : Cooperative Human Robot Interaction Systems