Gateau Thibault

Gateau Thibault
Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE) | ISAE · Aeronautics and Space Centre (CAS)

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January 2013 - present
Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE)
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Interaction between the human operator and a team of autonomous vehicles (Keywords: adaptive interaction, multi-agent systems, autonomous vehicles, Human Machine Interface, Brain Computer Interface).
March 2009 - December 2013
The French Aeropace Lab ONERA Toulouse
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Mission supervision for a team of autonomous and heterogeneous vehicles, in a dynamic environment, under uncertain communications.

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Publications (26)
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This paper aims to facilitate getting acquainted with CubeSat preliminary design by presenting a review of open-source tools commonly used during project first steps, and a concrete example. The light but realistic preliminary design framework is based on a real 3U CubeSat use-case, the CREME project, relying on Nanospace and a package of selected...
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As systems grow more automatized, the human operator is all too often overlooked. Although human-robot interaction (HRI) can be quite demanding in terms of cognitive resources, the mental states (MS) of the operators are not yet taken into account by existing systems. As humans are no providential agents, this lack can lead to hazardous situations....
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JSatOrb is an ISAE-Supaero's software tool dedicated to orbital calculation and designed for pedagogical purposes, with professional level features outputs. It has been initiated to find a soft which would fill the gap between local teachers developed tools and professional tools, exploiting state of the arts algorithms concerning space mechanics c...
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The inability to detect auditory alarms is a critical issue in many domains such as aviation. An interesting prospect for flight safety is to understand the neural mechanisms underpinning auditory alarm misperception under actual flight condition. We conducted an experiment in which four pilots were to respond by button press when they heard an aud...
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There is growing interest for implementing tools to monitor cognitive performance in naturalistic work and everyday life settings. The emerging field of research, known as neuroergonomics, promotes the use of wearable and portable brain monitoring sensors such as functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to investigate cortical activity in a va...
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Individuals often have reduced ability to hear alarms in real world situations (e.g., anesthesia monitoring, flying airplanes) when attention is focused on another task, sometimes with devastating consequences. This phenomenon is called inattentional deafness and usually occurs under critical high workload conditions. It is difficult to simulate th...
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Currently, in order to increase both safety and performance of human-machine systems, researchers from various domains gather together to work towards the use of operators’ mental state estimation in the systems control-loop. Mental state estimation is performed using neurophysiological data recorded, for instance, using electroencephalography (EEG...
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The inability to detect auditory alarms is a critical issue in many domains such as aviation. An interesting prospect for flight safety is to understand the neural mechanisms underpinning auditory alarm misperception under actual flight condition. We conducted an experiment in which four pilots were to respond by button press when they heard an aud...
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Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operation is demanding in terms of attentional resources' engagement. As systems grow more automated, the operators are placed in long monitoring phases most of the time. Although UAV operators' fatigue state has been extensively assessed at the behavioral and oculomotor levels, to our knowledge there is a lack of lite...
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Realizing long-term autonomous missions involving teams of heterogeneous robots is a challenge. It requires mechanisms to make robots react to disturbances or failures that will arise during the mission, while trying to successfully achieve the mission in cooperation. This paper presents HiDDeN, a distributed deliberative architecture that manages...
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Missing auditory alarms is a critical safety issue in many domains such as aviation. To investigate this phenomenon, we designed a scenario involving three flying scenarios corresponding to three different level of difficulty along with an oddball paradigm in a motion flight simulator. This preliminary study was conducted with one pilot equipped wi...
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Working memory (WM) is a key executive function for operating aircraft, especially when pilots have to recall series of air traffic control instructions. There is a need to implement tools to monitor WM as its limitation may jeopardize flight safety. An innovative way to address this issue is to adopt a Neuroergonomics approach that merges knowledg...
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Conflicts between the pilot and the automation, when pilots detect but do not understand them, cause "automation surprise" situations and jeopardize flight safety. We conducted an experiment in a 3-axis motion flight simulator with 16 pilots equipped with an eye-tracker to analyze their behavior and eye movements during the occurrence of such a sit...
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Working memory is a key executive function for flying an aircraft. This function is particularly critical when pilots have to recall series of air traffic control instructions. However, working memory limitations may jeopardize flight safety. Since the functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) method seems promising for assessing working memory...
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Real-time solutions for noise reduction and signal processing represent a central challenge for the development of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI). In this paper, we introduce the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) filter, a tunable digital passband filter for online noise reduction and onset detection without preliminary learning phase,...
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This paper presents HiDDeN, a high-level distributed architecture for multi-robot cooperation. HiDDeN aims at controlling a team of heterogeneous robots in environments with uncertain communications. It relies on a mission plan defined as an instantiated HTN, i.e. a hierarchical decomposition of robots' tasks. This hierarchical structure also benef...
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Résumé HiDDeN est une architecture décisionnelle, distribuée au sein d'une équipe de véhicules autonomes, qui permet leur coopération dans l'accomplissement d'une mission dont l'environnement est dynamique et dans lequel les commu-nications ne sont pas toujours possibles. Gérer l'exécution de la mission et procurer une certaine robustesse face à l'...
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Robots have already reached a high level of autonomy. A ro-bust cooperation in a team of robots would be the next step. In this paper, we consider a mission involving a team of het-erogeneous autonomous vehicles, and we propose to make plan-repair as local as possible, in particular to manage the uncertainty on communication availability. For that,...

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