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  • 16 février 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM Seminar - Pierre Jean & Simon Pla - Lab Streaming Layer (LSL) 101 & Basics 


    EuroMov Digital Health in Motion, Univ Montpellier, IMT Mines Ales, Montpellier, France
     Résumé : Le Lab Streaming Layer (LSL) est un système de collecte unifiée de mesures dans le cadre d'expériences de recherche. LSL gère à la fois la mise en réseau, la synchronisation temporelle, l'accès en temps réel et la collecte centralisée dans un enregistrement des données. LSL est un protocole intégré nativement dans de nombreux dispositifs et équipement comme une « linga franca » d’importations et d’exportation de données. Ce séminaire proposé par la Factory a pour objectif de vous familiariser avec les termes et les outils pour mettre en place LSL pour les futures expérimentations d’EuroMov DHM avec une démonstration de mise en service simple.

  • 23 février 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM Seminar - Ruud den Hartigh - The development of excellent performance in sport: A dynamic network approach


    University of Groningen
    Across different sports, athletes develop their talent in various ways. This means that the trajectories to the top look differently between athletes (e.g., gradual increase, S-shaped, step-wise, etc.). The underlying components that shape the athletes' talent development trajectories (e.g., training, genetic endowment, psychological and physical factors, etc.) are also undergoing change in individual-specific ways. Any model of sports talent should thus account for these developmental properties. In this talk, I will demonstrate how simulations of dynamic models can be used to uncover the theoretical foundation underlying talent development.

  • 16 mars 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM Seminar - Benjamin O’Brien - Sonification and speech: recent research on auditory feedback based on human movement


    Laboratoire Informatique d’Avignon (LIA) Université d’Avignon

    The auditory feedback based on human movements and manipulations happens routinely in our daily lives: from speaking on the phone to playing a musical instrument; from hearing a helicopter in the sky to parking a car in the street. More complex forms of analysis and production of auditory feedback have the potential to influence a myriad of human processes, however, any effects are constrained to key factors such as the contexts of their display and the experiences of their actors. A principal interest in my research has focused on how specialised individuals, such as athletes, pilots, and people with speech pathologies, use or produce auditory feedback based on human movement. In this seminar I will present findings on research conducted at ISM, LPL, and LIA.

    Benjamin O’Brien (PhD) is a researcher and composer working in the interdisciplinary fields of psychoacoustics, human movement, and language processing. His research centers on auditory processing of sonification, voice perception, and speech pathology. He holds degrees in composition, mechanical and physical engineering, and mathematics from the University of Florida (PhD), Aix-Marseille University (MS), Mills College (MA), and the University of Virginia (BA). He has held research positions at the Institut des Sciences du Mouvement (UMR 7287) and Laboratoire Parole et Langage (UMR 7309). He currently lives in Marseille, where he is a post-doctorate researcher at the Laboratoire Informatique d’Avignon (LIA, Université d’Avignon) and a member of the Big Band du CNRS.

  • 23 mars 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM Seminar - Benoit Bardy & Marta Bienkiewicz - Embodied Social Experiences in Hybrid Shared Spaces (SHARESPACE)


    EuroMov Digital Health in Motion, Univ Montpellier, IMT Mines Ales, Montpellier, France
    SHARESPACE (2023-2025) is the new EuroMov DHM European project (HORIZON-CL4-2022-HUMAN-01-14). It aims to demonstrate a radically new technology for promoting ethical and social interaction in eXtended Reality (XR) Shared Hybrid Spaces (SHS), anchored in human sensorimotor communication. Our core concept is to identify and segment social sensorimotor primitives and reconstruct them in hybrid settings to build continuous, embodied, and rich human-avatar experiences. To achieve this, three interconnected science-towards-technology breakthroughs will be delivered: novel computational cognitive architectures, a unique self-calibrating body sensor network, and a fully mobile spatial Augmented Reality (AR) and virtual human rendering. Our approach will be iteratively tested in 2 Proofs-of-principles involving human and artificial agents interacting in SHS, and 3 real-world use case scenarios in Health, Sport and Art. We will demonstrate a fully functional prototype of SHARESPACE tailored to the agents’ personalized characteristics (gender, culture, and social dispositions). SHARESPACE will support community-building and exploitation with concrete initiatives, including (i) public engagement around our research and innovation, (ii) promoting high-tech innovation and early transfer to our deep-tech companies, as premises for the consolidation of human-centric and sovereign European market areas such Industry AR and SHS, eHealth and tele-Health. Our long-term vision is to bring XR to a radically new level of presence and sociality by reconstructing sensorimotor primitives that enable ethical, trusted and inclusive modes of social interaction.

  • 13 avril 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM Seminar - Binbin Xu


    EuroMov Digital Health in Motion Lab, Univ. Montpellier, IMT Mines d'Ales, Montpellier, France

  • 11 mai 2023  14h00 - 15h30

    DHM seminar - Quentin Perez - Mesure de consommation énergétique des logiciels


    Projet Smart DevOps | DiverSE team - IRISACentre de recherche Inria Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique

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