Le Laboratoire Paragraphe et l’Institut d’Etudes Avancées de l’Université de Cergy-Pontoise a le plaisir d’accueillir Stéphanie Ries, Assistant Professor, Chercheuse au Laboratoire for the Brain Dynamics of Language, à l’Université de San Diego, et enseignante à la School of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, pour une « Guest Lecture » sur les neurosciences du langage. Ses recherches sont dans les domaines de la neurobiologie, physiologie et de la neuropsychologie du langage.

La conférence aura lieu le 23 mai 2019 de 12h30 à 14h00 à la Maison Internationale de la Recherche à Neuville.

L’inscription est obligatoire.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14XVJitRdPXzSHFPAz0ETwSj4fOX68ucsZf6qggfbeHc/viewform?edit_requested=true

Voici les liens qui présentent la conférence :

https://iea.u-cergy.fr/fr/manifestations-scientifiques/guest-lectures/guest-lecture-de-stephanie-ries.html

https://iea.u-cergy.fr/en/scientific-events/guest-lectures/stephanie-ries.html

Titre de la conférence : Frontal control mechanisms in language production

Résumé : Adults fluidly utter 2 to 3 words per second selected from up to 100,000 words in the mental lexicon and only err once every 1000 words. Although seemingly easy, producing language is complex and depends on cognitive control processes that may be shared with non-linguistic cognitive functions. In particular, cognitive control processes appear to be involved in helping us choose words as we speak. Despite the central importance of our capacity to produce language and the immense personal and societal cost caused by its disruption, the spatio-temporal pattern of activation of the brain regions involved in word selection and the precise role of these brain regions are largely unknown. I will present results from scalp and intracranial electrophysiological studies and neuropsychological studies beginning to shed light on these issues. These results support the hypotheses that posterior inferior left temporal cortex engages in word retrieval as semantic concepts become available. In parallel, medial and left prefrontal cortices tune in with left temporal activity on a trial-by-trial basis, supporting top-down control over interference resolution for word retrieval. Supporting these interpretations, computational modeling of neuropsychological data suggests the left PFC plays a role in the adjustment of the decision threshold for word selection in language production in situations of interference caused by semantically-related neighbors. The implication of these findings for developing the understanding of acquired (i.e., stroke-induced aphasia) and developmental language disorders (i.e., dyslexia) and the possible compensatory mechanisms involved will be discussed.

Pour plus de détails sur la conférencière :

https://slhs.sdsu.edu/people/stephanie-ries/

https://lbdl.sdsu.edu/?fbclid=IwAR3YpkW_uOVDOlbg7kauiqcHOD7HTK7CAXtyc6Tq3noL76dhR7xga51jsGE

Pour venir à la conférence :

Maison internationale de la recherche

1, rue Descartes
95000 Neuville-sur-Oise

Accueil : 01 34 25 64 30 / 07 63 94 81 08

Venir en voiture

    Depuis Paris : à Porte Maillot, direction La Défense. Sur A86, suivre Cergy-Pontoise. Sur A15, direction Cergy-Pontoise, Sortie 7. Prendre N184 direction Versailles/Jouy-le- Moutier/Neuville-sur-Oise.
    Depuis Versailles : prendre N184, direction Beauvais jusqu’à Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, puis direction Neuville-sur-Oise. Coordonnées GPS : 49.018246, 2.073883

Venir en RER

    Prendre RER A direction Cergy-Le-Haut, arrêt Neuville-Université, sortie « Côté Université »

Venir en train

    Depuis la gare Saint-Lazare à Paris, prendre un train pour Cergy-Le-Haut (Ligne L), arrêt Neuville-Université, sortie « Côté Université »

 
Hélène Labat
Maître de Conférences en Psychologie du Développement Cognitif - Psychologue
Université de Cergy-Pontoise - ESPE de Versailles
Site de Gennevilliers - Laboratoire Paragraphe (EA 349)
Avenue Marcel Paul, bureau B 221, 92230 Gennevilliers
http://www.crac-paragraphe.univ-paris8.fr/spip.php?article1605

Publié dans News
mardi, 08 janvier 2019 13:22

Publications, ouvrages 2013 - 2018

DTUC '18. Digital Tools & Uses Congress
ISBN 978-1-4503-6451-5/18/10
Edited by E. Reyes, S. Szoniecky, A. Mkadmi, G. Kembellec, R. Fournier-S'niehotta, F. Siala-Kallel, M. Ammi & S. Labelle


WS.2 2018. International conference on Web Studies
ISBN 978-1-4503-6438-6/18/10
Edited by E. Reyes, M. Bernstein, G. Ruffo & I. Saleh


Histoire(s) d'exposition(s): Exhibitions stories. Ed. Bernadette Dufrêne


Numérisation du patrimoine: Quelles médiations ? quels accès ? quelles cultures ?, de Bernadette Dufrêne


Patrimoines du Maghreb à l'ère numérique, de Bernadette Nadia Saou-Dufrêne et Benjamin Barbier


L'ergonomie orientée enfants

L'ergonomie orientée enfants, Edited by Françoise DECORTIS, 2015


Psychologie du développement

Psychologie du développement, Raphaële Miljkovitch, Françoise Morange-Majoux et Emmanuel Sander.


Les fondations du lien amoureux, de Raphaële Miljkovitch.


L' Attachement au cours de la vie, de Raphaële Miljkovitch.


Parenting, de Raphaële Miljkovitch et Françopis Poisson.


 

H2PTM'17: Le numérique à l’ère des designs, de l’hypertexte à l’hyper-expérience

Sylvie LELEU-MERVIEL, Yves JEANNERET, Imad SALEH, & Nasreddine BOUHAI, 2015

H2PTM'13 : Pratiques et usages numériques

Imad SALEH, Manuel ZACKLAD, Sylvie LELEU-MERVIEL, Yves JEANNERET, 2013

H2PTM'15: Le numérique à l'ère de l'Internet des objets, de l’hypertexte à l’hyper-objet

Imad SALEH, Valérie CARAYOL, Sylvie LELEU-MERVIEL, Luc MASSOU, Ioan ROXIN, François SOULAGES, Adeline WRONA, Manuel ZACKLAD & Nasreddine BOUHAI, 2015

 

Recommender Systems

Gérald KEMBELLEC, Ghislaine CHARTRON & Imad SALEH, 2014

Les moteurs et systèmes de recommandation

Gérald KEMBELLEC, Ghislaine CHARTRON & Imad SALEH, 2014

Frontières numériques et savoir

Hakim HACHOUR, Nasreddine BOUHAI & Imad SALEH, 2016

Frontières numériques et artefacts

Hakim HACHOUR, Nasreddine BOUHAI & Imad SALEH, 2016

Publié dans Livres et revues

3rd edition of the international conference on IoT : Techniques, uses, ethics

October 3-5, 2018

Track chairs:
• Mehdi Ammi (Université de Paris Sud, France)
• Samuel Szoniecky (Université Paris 8, France)

Short description

This conference will examine the problems of the IoT along three axis complementary technique, use and ethics. The techniques used to produce artifacts (physical objects, infrastructures), programs (algorithmics, software) and data (Big Data, linked data, metadata, ontologies) are the subject of multiple innovations rich and stimulating. Alongside this technological boom, the uses of IoT colonize new fields of application in the areas of transport, administration, housing, maintenance, health, sports, well-being.. The privileged interface with the digital ecosystems are now at the heart of social exchanges, the IdO develops a power to act with both good and bad consequences, makes it difficult to appreciate a fair activity.

Call for papers

Scientists, industrialists and students are invited to reflect on the new challenges that IoT presents by demonstrating how these emerging technologies develop new uses that condition human relationships with digital and physical ecosystems and challenge ethical boundaries. These reflections will develop original views both on the techniques put in place and on their impacts on the process in change of our society. The main technological issues will concern sensors, embedded electronics, communication protocols and data security in a major strategic situation. Usage questions will focus on the human factors of human-machine interactions and the positioning of future users at the very heart of the design process of connected objects. Particular attention will be paid to proposals concerning methods of design : design, development, debugging and evaluation of connected objects and services. Ethical issues will concern the changes in the economy and the society, individual freedoms, but also research and creativity.

Publication


ACM will publish the proceedings of the Digital Tools & Uses Congress in the ACM Digital Library within its International Conference Proceedings Series (ISBN 978-1-4503-6451-5).

 
A selection of best papers will be invited to publish extended versions in form of book chapters under the series Digital Tools & Uses at ISTE & Wiley (indexed by Wiley Online Library).

Accepted authors will be sent the ACM rights management form and complete instructions.

After completing their rights management form, authors will be emailed the correct rights text and bibliographic strip to place within their paper. Please inform authors that they must enter the text into their paper.

Submission Types

• Short and Long Papers
• Workshop

Submission Format

Please use the ACM Master Template to prepare your proposal : https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template

Important: At this first step you are required to submit as anonymous author for peer-reviewing. That is, leave in blank the Author and Affiliation text of the template. If your proposal is accepted, you will then prepare a final version with your full name and contact details.

Submission System

Please send your proposals via SciencesConf :
https://iotc-2018.sciencesconf.org

Review Process

All submissions will follow a blind peer-review process. At least two different members of the scientific committee will review each paper. The selection criteria is based on originality, accordance to the theme and topics, scientific/technical contribution, and clarity of presentation.

Authors will receive notification of acceptance on May 18th 2018. If your paper is accepted you will be solicited to prepare the camera-ready version for its publication.

Topics

Network of digital and physical objects
Connected, connected objects
User Interface Aspects of IoTs
Innovation and technological uses of IoT
Communicative and augmented environments
IoT Information Ecosystems
Sensor networks and signal analysis of connected objects
Social interaction
Hypertext and hypermedia of objects
Design Methodologies
Analytical models
Applications and paradigms of interaction for citizens

Scientific Committee & Reviewers

Abdelali Ibriz : USMBA, Fès, Morocco
Abdulmotaleb El Saddik : MCRLab, EECS, University of Ottawa, Canada
Ali Selamat : Center of Communication and Information Technologies (CICT), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia.
Anas Abou El Kalam : ENSA - UCA, Marrakesh, Morocco
Anne Laurent : LIRMM, Université Montpellier 2, France
Bob-Antoine-Jerry Ménélas : Département d’Informatique et de Mathématiques, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, Canada
Eunika Mercier-Laurent : Groupe MODEME IAE Lyon 3, CReSTIC Université Reims Champagne Ardennes, France
Florimond Gueniat : Center for Exascale Simulation of Plasma-Coupled Combustion, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Francesco Ferrise : Department of Mechanical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italia
Frédéric Hubert : Department of Geomatic Sciences, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
Hatem Ben Sta : University Of Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
Ioan Roxin : ELLIADD, Université de Franche Comté, France
Jamshid Bagherzadeh : Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Urmia University, Iran
Jaouhar Fattahi : Laboratoire de Sécurité Informatique, Université Laval, Québec, Canada
Khalid Mekouar : President of ESISA, Fes, Morocco
Malek Ghenima : Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, Tunis, Tunisie
Maria Chiara Caschera : IRPPS-CNR, Roma, Italia
Mehdi Boukallel : Université Paris XI, France
Mihaela Hnatiuc : Universitatea Maritime, Constanta, Romania
Mohamed Mejri : Département d'informatique et de génie logiciel, Faculté des Sciences et de Génie, Université Laval, Canada
Nasreddine Bouhai : Laboratoire Paragraphe, Université Paris 8, France
Natalia Kryvinska : Department of e-Business, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, University of Vienna, Wien, Austria
Okba Kazar : Smart computer science laboratory, Biskra University, Algeria
Paulo Moura Oliveira : School of Sciences and Technology, UTAD University , Vila Real, Portugal
Philippe Marin : ENSAG, Grenoble, France
Rachid Chelouah : Ecole Internationale des Sciences du Traitement de l'Information, Cergy Pontoise, France
Rachid Gherbi : Département d'Informatique, Université Paris-Sud 11, Orsay, France
Saad Harous : College of Information Technology, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Takafumi Matsumaru : Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

Publié dans Conférences
mardi, 30 décembre 2014 14:12

Frontières numériques - Mots-clés

Programme de recherche "Frontières Numériques" du Laboratoire Paragraphe EA349 (Université Paris 8 et Université de Cergy Pontoise)

Suite à la 2e édition du Colloque Frontières Numériques, tenu les 18 et 19 novembre à Fès, Maroc, découvrez les mots-clés communs des contributions faites par les participants au colloque Frontières Numériques 2014.

Pour plus d'information sur l'événement, visitez le site web :
http://numerique.paragraphe.info

Visualisation réalisée avec le logiciel ORA (Casos)
http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu/projects/ora/.

Http://numerique.paragraphe.info

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