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Systèmes Humains-Machines

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The HMS (Human Machine System) Department (Systèmes Humains-Machine in French) is devoted to the modeling, analysis and design of hybrid systems gathering human users (individual user or teams) and adaptive artefacts. The main focus of research of the HMS department is put on the consolidation of users' models and description and high level regulation mechanisms dedicated to the system adaptation. Users' models mostly rely on cognitive psychology and macro-cognition, but they also reflect experimental measurement of performance.

 

 

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Three major kind of applicative fields are respectively supported by the three teams of the department:

MOTEL is concerned with educational learning systems. Models of users (individual learner, teams, classmates) deal with learning analysitcs approach, learning and kowledge models. Regulation aspects focus on the adaptation of pedagogical modalities, course content adaptation, macro-indicators providing for the tutors and teachning actors.
 

 

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FHOOX deals with critical complex systems such as transport, driving or tactical systems.Models of users often rely on macro-cognition ones, naturalistic decision, modes of control. Regulations aspects focus on statit and dynamic task allocation, but also on the adaptation of modalities of task handling (normal / degraded mode for instance) so as to guarantee an optimal human - machine symbiotic functioning.
 

 

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PS focuses on perception, and especially audio systems coupled with spatial localisation / discrimination. Models concern audition when considered in laboratory conditions but also in realistic and field experiments.

 

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Teams
MOTEL
MOdels and Tools for Enhanced Learning

12 Researchers

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FHOOX
Human and Organizational Factors and autOmatic in compleX systems

11 Researchers

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PS
SOUND PERCEPTION

5 Researchers

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Offres
Les annonces d'emploi

PhD position, 36-months: Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, E-Education

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Supporting Self-Regulation Learning Using Dynamic Bayesian Networks  Abstract. Self-regulation is a well-established concept for which we already know different learning strategies, including cognitive strategies (reviewing courses, organizing infor…

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Post-doc position : Data Science, Learning Analytics, E-Education - CDD 24 month

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Abstract : A current trend in higher education is to provide students with group work activities. Existing research has focused on studying the effectiveness of this approach and impact on learner success. Several studies have shown that cooperation …

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