CNRS Research Scientist at Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique (LRI), University Paris-Saclay. Member of the INRIA-affiliated team Ex-Situ

Office 206, Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique (LRI). Bât 650, Rue Noetzlin, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France

     

Human-Computer Interaction
Machine Learning / AI
Interactive Arts
Skill Learning

I am conducting interdisciplinary research in Human-Centred Machine Learning, at the intersection of Human-Machine Interaction and Machine Learning. I am particularly interested in the context of embodied interaction for artistic practices and skill acquisition.

I am currently a CNRS Research Scientist (CR1) at LRI, University Paris-Saclay and a AI consultant at Mogees ltd. I received a PhD in Computer Science from University Pierre et Marie Curie and IRCAM in 2012. From 2012 to 2015, I worked at Goldsmiths College, University of London, as a research associate. In 2015 I joined the London-based start-up Mogees Ltd. as Senior Research Scientist. From 2016 - 2018, I was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship between McGill University (Montreal) and IRCAM.

News

  • 09-2018 | Téo Sanchez starts his PhD on Co-Learning in Interactive Systems
  • 07-2018 | HAMAC Workshop on Human-Machine Collaboration organised at IRCAM http://mim.ircam.fr/hamac/
  • 07-2018 | ANR project (French National Agency) funded Enabling Learnability in Embodied Interaction
  • 06-2017 | Corpus Nil received the 1st Prize for Performing Arts at the Bains Numériques
  • 04-2018 | Co-leading, with Fabien Lotte (INRIA Bordeaux) and Joost Geurts (INRIA European and International Partnerships Department), the writing of a white paper on AI in Media & Creative Industries for NEM - New European Media
  • 03-2018 | Joining the Editorial Board of Plos ONE as academic editor
  • 03-2018 | PLoS ONE paper online https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193580
  • 02-2018 | 1yr CNRS funding for exploratory research (PEPS S2IH 2018 INTACT): Human-AI Interaction in Artistic Practices
  • 02-2018 | Collaborative paper on First-Person Perspectives in Design pubilshed in Informatics
  • 05-2017 | Corpus Nil received the Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction (2nd Prize)

Supervision

  • Jean-Philippe Rivière - PhD Student - "Facilitating Dance Movement Learning through Interactive Feedbacks" - Started October 2017
  • Téo Sanchez - PhD Student - "Co-Learning in Interactive Systems" - Started September 2018
  • Elizabeth Walton - PhD Student - "Preventing Biases in Movement-based Interaction" - Starts November 2018
  • Miguel Renom Roldan - PhD Student - "Theoretical bases of human tool use in digital environments" - Started October 2018