Computational Modeling and Experimental Analysis
of Normal and Pathological Neural Rhythms
for Medical Applications & NeuroRobotics
PhD offer (Oct 2023 – Sept. 2026)
Modeling social interaction in human-robot joint action from a bio-inspired approach
This research project aims at studying the dynamics of Joint Action (JA) in human-robot interaction (HRI) through mathematical modeling, simulations, multi-scale signal processing and prototyping.
Read the full proposal in English or in French TheseNeurohrythms23-ActionConjointeHommeRobot
Contacts : laure.burhy at loria.fr, hendry.ferriera-chame at loria.fr
New PhD student
Faustine Faccin will work on clinical information fusion in a neural network for optimizing diagnostic performance in sleep apnea syndromer (in collaboration with Noviga). Supervisors: el Hadi Dermoune, Laurent Bougrain and Pauline Guyot.
New Ph.D. student
Lénaïg Guého will design and evaluate a brain-computer interface using spatialized auditory stimuli (in collaboration with OrangeLabs). Supervisors: Laurent Bougrain, Patrick Hénaff, Rozenn Nicol, Cyril Plapous.