CNRS researcher at Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique (ISIR), Sorbonne Université in Paris. I am a member of the HCI Sorbonne group

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Brief Bio

I am currently a CNRS researcher (CRCN) at ISIR, Sorbonne Université in Paris, in the HCI Sorbonne group. I received a PhD in Computer Music from University Pierre et Marie Curie and IRCAM in 2012. I have worked at Goldsmiths College, University of London and McGill University, as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow. I joined CNRS (CR1) in 2018 at LRI (now LISN), Université Paris-Saclay. In parallel, I am collaborating with Mogees ltd since 2015 on Deep Learning for Audio-based interaction. I am also involved in an European endeavour studying the use of AI in the Creative and Cultural sectors. Finally, I am collaborating on art projects, being an associate member of the Fronte Vaccuo collective.

My research interests currently include:

  • Human-centred Machine Learning: Interactive ML, user interactions with ML, Human-AI interaction
  • Movement learning: skill acquisition, role of practice, rehabilitation
  • Music interactions: music perception, NIME


I'm usually using Twitter to post work-related news in Research, Science and Art @caramiaux


  • Spiropathies: Intelligent System for Breathing Care funded by the Health & Technology Institute at Sorbonne University. 01/2021-12/2021
  • ARCOL Interactive Reinforcement Co-Learning. ANR-funded project (French National Agency for Research), JCJC (Individual Fellowship for Young Researcher). 01/2020-06/2023
  • ELEMENT Enhancing Learnability in Embodied Interaction. ANR-funded project (French National Agency for Research), PI for LRI (coordinator: IRCAM), funded within the French AI Program. 11/2018-10/2021 -
  • INTACT Human-AI Interaction in Artistic Practices. CNRS funding for exploratory research, PEPS S2IH. 2018
  • MIM Enhancing Motion Interaction. Marie Sklodowska Individual Fellowship. 2016-2018


Post-doc (current and former)

  • Hugo Scurto - artist and researcher in sound, ML, interaction, working on Spiropathies
  • Antoine Loriette - researcher in Human-Computer Interaction, Movement-based Interaction, working on ARCOL

PhD Student (current)

  • Vaynee Sungeelee - "Interactive Reinforcement Co-Learning" - Started Feburary 2021
  • Oleksandra Vereschak - "Trust in Human-AI Interaction" - Started October 2019
  • Téo Sanchez - "Co-Learning in Interactive Systems" - Started September 2018
  • Miguel Renom Roldan - "Theoretical bases of human tool use in digital environments" - Started October 2018

PhD Student (former)

  • Jean-Philippe Rivière - thesis: "Facilitating Dance Movement Learning through Interactive Feedbacks" - defended in 12/2020