Pauline Chevalier is a postdoctoral researcher in Human-Robot Interaction, more precisly on designing real-time social interaction between a person and a robot.
She is a postdoctoral researcher in Human-Robot interaction, more precisly on designing real-time social interaction between a person and a robot. Pauline Chevalier previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher within the DE-ENIGMA project, a H2020 European project on Socially Assistive Robotics for children with autism, at the University of Twente in the HMI lab, with Vanessa Evers and Dirk Heylen.
She obtained her Ph.D. thesis in December 2016 at the Robotics and Computer Vision Lab (ENSTA-ParisTech, France) under the supervision of Adriana Tapus, Jean-Claude Martin and Brice Isableu. The subject was on the impact of visual and proprioceptive sensory preferences of individuals with autism on their social skills during human-robot interactions.