Welcome to my little academic corner of the Internet. I am a researcher at the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems, at Örebro University in Sweden.
Humans and artificial systems have different capabilities, both in perception and action. Thus I strongly believe that autonomous systems have a tremendous potential to make human’s life better and easier, especially when working with them. For this reason, my primary research interest lies in human-machine teams, especially human-machine communication. Some of the (many) questions I am currently asking myself are:
- How can an artificial system communicate efficiently to a human partner?
- How can an artificial system adapt to each humans individuality when it communicates?
- Can efficient communication improve human’s comfort and trust toward intelligent systems?
- How does efficient communication impact the performance of a human-machine team?
I obtained a M. Eng. in Computer Science in 2010, from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (Lyon, France). In 2011, I obtained a M. Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making from the University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris, France). In 2015, I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Caen Normandy (Caen, France), under the supervision of Prof. Abdel-Illah Mouaddib.
Since 2016, I am a researcher at the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (Örebro Sweden) in the Machine Perception and Interaction Lab, headed by Prof. Amy Loutfi.
When I’m not at work…
I am a member of the French group “NoFakeScience“, who is raising awareness about the coverage of scientific information in French media.
I am a geek, a dancer, a swimmer, and a music player. I enjoy playing games (video, board, role-playing).