The Multi-Scale Interactions team works on robotic systems and interactive software with a focus on user behaviour on different spatial and temporal scales. This work is based on a better understanding of human behaviour and the environment, focusing on modalities of action, perception and control at different scales. The contexts range from the intelligent workshop and the digital office to micromanipulation.
The team adopts a multidisciplinary approach to design and develop more efficient, transparent and adapted interfaces, thus promoting operator cognition and decision making.
- Human-Computer Interaction, Information Visualization
- Robotics, microrobotics
- Haptics and tactile perception
- Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning
- Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
We apply our research to many areas:
- Health (Surgical robotics, visual handicap, rehabilitation, ethics),
- Micro-manipulation & characterization, scientific instrumentation (remote operation, micro-robotics),
- Skills acquisition (learning, memorization, skills transfer, behaviour change),
- Custom-made (Maker Spaces),
- Artistic and creative practices.
Referent contact :
Sinan HALIYO, Head of the Multi-Scale Interactions team