RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research is concerned with the use of numerical models of humans to study/improve sport performance:

  • modelling and understanding motor performance thanks to biomechanical analyses
  • use of virtual reality to better understand interactions between players and the visual information uptaken on the opponents’ gestures.
  • creation of the next generation of sports training tools based on cutting-edge virtual reality systems and motion sensors.

 

CURRENT POSITION

 

EDUCATION

  • 2014: HDR (Habilitation to Direct Research) in Sports Sciences – University Rennes 2, France
  • 2005: PhD in Computer Sciences – INSA of Rennes, France
  • 1996: Engineer in Computer Sciences – INSA of Rennes, France