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Published on Nov 24, 2016
This presentation was held at the First International Conference in Neuroergonomics, chaired by Prof. Dehais (ISAE, France) and Hasan Ayaz (Drexel University, USA).
Dr. Frédéric Dehais is a full professor at Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (France) since 2011 and holder of the AXA chair "Neuroergonomics for flight safety" (20 years https://www.axa-research.org/project/...). He is leading the Neuroergonomics and Human Factors Department, a team composed of 18 members with an interdisciplinary expertise in Neuroscience, Signal Processing, Computer Science, and Human Factors. The scientific objective of this Department is to uncover the underlying neural mechanisms of human error in aviation and to implement cognitive countermeasures and BCI. The Department involves a unique methodology “from basic protocols to ecological experiments” and combines innovative brain imaging, physiological and eye tracking techniques. Such a methodology entails up-to-date sensors to monitor cognitive activity, develop realistic experimental set-ups and to operate real aircrafts. His department currently receives substantial funding from National Institution, European and Canadian Institutes and from the industry for basic and applied research projects. His research has been published in international journals such as Neuroimage, Behavioral Brain Research, IEEE, Plos One, Human Factors. His innovative work has also led to four international patents that are currently implemented in modern civilian aircrafts.