From Jean-Charles Quinton research page

Research: Research

Research topics

Generally speaking, I'm interested in distributed models of life and cognition, a topic which takes different forms depending on the disciplinary perspective adopted. I usually deal with complex dynamical systems endowed with predictive capabilities, embodied in natural (human) or artificial (robotic) systems, maintaining continuous sensorimotor interactions with their environment.

I thus develop computational models, at the interface between cognitive science domains, including computer science, psychology, neuroscience and robotics.

Associated results are illustrated through my publications and the dedicated projects pages. A not-up-to-date manifesto also develops my cognitive science perspective.

Theoretical stance

Mathematical formalism

Experimental approach

Computational approach


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