We presented Corpus Nil at the Movement Computing conference in London.
I (and two other tutors) gave a workshop on machine learning tools for psychology researchers and neuroscientists. Examples were given in Python, using sklearn and nilearn (neuroimaging analysis).
The artistic performance on which I collaborated received the Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica 2017.
I co-organised this workshop in Copenhagen, on May 15, 2017 as a satellite of the NIME 2017 conference. nime2017skills.netlify.com
Our paper titled 'Individuality in Piano Performance Depends on Skill Learning' has been accepted at MOCO 2017 and will be presented in London end of June.
From December 1st, I will be a CNRS Research Scientist (CR1) affiliated with the LRI, Paris-Sud University Orsay, France.
I am interested in understanding human behavior in real-world activities involving expression and creativity, and developing new technologies enabling a better understanding of some of the processes that underlie our ability to be expressive through our body (motor control, planning, decision-making), but also enabling new ways for people to express, learn and create.
My current focus is on motor skill learning in music and dance. My approach uses methods from Cognitive Psychology, Human-Computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence. I try to develop systems that can adapt to a user and that the user can adapt to her/his own need and style. I am conducting hypothesis-driven controlled experiments in our lab with musicians and dancers. And I am also using more inductive approaches involving observations and interviews in ecological contexts.
Our lab is always looking for students with a great interest in HCI, Creativity, and IA. Please contact me for more information.
From December 1st, 2017:
Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique (LRI)
Bât 650, Rue Noetzlin, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France
IRCAM Centre Pompidou
1 place Igor Stravinsky, 75004 Paris, France
Email to ircam.fr