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Hakim Si-Mohammed

si-mohammed

hakim [dot] simohammed [at] univ-lille.fr

Associate Professor in the Science and Technologies Faculty of Lille University.

Researcher in the BCI team of CRIStAL, UMR CNRS 9189.

Tél.: +33 3 20 43 42 88, fax: +33 3 20 43 65 67

Teaching – Research – Supervision – Responsibilities – Publications

Hakim Si-Mohammed, publications

Hakim Si-Mohammed, research

Since 2004, I have been working toward developing brain-computer interfaces for the compensation of severe motor disabilities. Before that, during almost 10 years, I have developed techniques for processing and analyzing image sequences and pairs of stereoscopic images. Brain-machine interfaces My first research axis, followed in collaboration with Marie-Hélène Bekaert and Claudine Lecocq, concerns ergonomy …

Hakim Si-Mohammed, responsibilities

Current responsibilities Elected member of the CRIStAL laboratory board since 2015. President of CORTICO, French BCI association, since 2017. Elected member of the IFRATH steering committee since 2006. Head of the BCI team of CRIStAL since 2015. Appointed member of the GRAISyHM scientific board since July 2018. Former responsibilities Elected member of the IUT A …

Hakim Si-Mohammed, supervision

Co-supervision of PhD theses Co-advising of PhD theses auteur Sébastien Ambellouis titre Analyse du mouvement dans les séquences d’images par une méthode récursive de filtrage spatio-temporel sélectif soutenance 26th January 2000 etablissement Lille 1 discipline Productique, automatique et informatique industrielle directeur Jack-Gérard Postaire and François Cabestaing document 2000LIL10039 auteur Wei Wu titre Synthèse d’un contrôleur …

Hakim Si-Mohammed, teaching

Postgraduate level MSc, second year, Image, Vision, Interaction, Fall term, VisA course: 3D modeling, camera calibration, stereovision MSc, first year, Computer Science, Winter term, RdF: pattern recognition Undergraduate level, BS MICVI professional degree, UE1: industrial control MICVI professional degree, UE7: machine vision Undergraduate level, professional degree Mechanical Engineering department, second year, Fall term, M3214 course: …

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