Romain Chaumillon

Romain Chaumillon
Airbus

PhD in Neuroscience
Human Factors Specialist at Airbus

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August 2018 - present
Airbus
Position
  • Human Factors Specialist
May 2016 - July 2018
Université de Montréal
Position
  • PostDoc Position
September 2011 - April 2012
Aix-Marseille Université
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 2011 - June 2015
Aix-Marseille Université
Field of study
  • Neuroscience
September 2009 - June 2011
Université de Poitiers
Field of study
  • Kinesiology - Medicine (Engineering of Rehabilitation, Handicap and Motor Performance)
September 2006 - June 2009
Université de Poitiers
Field of study
  • Kinesiology (Adapted Physical Activities and Health)

Publications

Publications (21)
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Objectives: 3-dimensional multiple object tracking (3D-MOT) and the useful field of view (UFOV) both claim to measure and train cognitive abilities, such as selective and divided attention implicated in driving safety. 3D-MOT is claimed to improve even young adult cognitive ability. If true, one would expect to observe the transfer of 3D-MOT train...
Patent
A method and system for monitoring a state of consciousness of an operator in an aircraft cockpit includes at least one image acquisition module for acquiring images of the operator, a detection module for detecting movements of the body of the operator from the images, a determination module for determining a movement feature of the body of the op...
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Having an optimal quality of vision as well as adequate cognitive capacities is known to be essential for driving safety. However, the interaction between vision and cognitive mechanisms while driving remains unclear. We hypothesized that, in a context of high cognitive load, reduced visual acuity would have a negative impact on driving behavior, e...
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Driving is an everyday task involving a complex interaction between visual and cognitive processes. As such, an increase in the cognitive and/or visual demands can lead to a mental overload which can be detrimental for driving safety. Compiling evidence suggest that eye and head movements are relevant indicators of visuo-cognitive demands and atten...
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Having an optimal quality of vision as well as adequate cognitive capacities is known to be essential for driving safety. However, the interaction between vision and cognitive mechanisms while driving remains unclear. We hypothesized that, in a context of high cognitive load, reduced visual acuity would have a negative impact on driving behavior, e...
Preprint
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Driving is an everyday task involving a complex interaction between visual and cognitive processes. As such, an increase in the cognitive and/or visual demands can lead to a mental overload which can be detrimental for driving safety. Compiling evidence suggest that eye and head movements are relevant indicators of visuo-cognitive demands and atten...
Patent
The invention relates to a method for determining an adapted ophthalmic device for a wearer, comprising: - acquiring a set of parameters values relating to the wearer, - determining at least a task to be performed by the wearer involving visual exploration, - using a computing system, determining a value of a criterion assessing an efficiency of th...
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Visuospatial attention has an inherent asymmetry: the leftward bias called pseudoneglect. In typical line bisection tasks, healthy individuals tend to judge the center of a line leftward of the true center, an effect attributed to the right hemisphere dominance in visuospatial attention. Since it has been shown that information perceived by the dom...
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This study introduces a virtual life-sized perceptual-cognitive training paradigm that combines three-dimensional multiple object tracking (3D-MOT) with motor (Experiment 1) or perceptual (Experiment 2) sport decision-making tasks. We sought to assess the impact of training on task performance and determine optimal training conditions for improveme...
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The present study introduces a virtual life-sized perceptual-cognitive paradigm combining three dimensional multiple object tracking (3D-MOT) with motor (Experiment 1) or perceptual (Experiment 2) decision-making tasks. The objectives were to assess the impact of training on task performance and to determine the best training conditions for improve...
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The present study allows us to pave the way toward a single and common indicator of driving behavior. We investigated performance in several tests known to assess key process of driving fitness such as driving maneuvering, visual and visuocognitive abilities. We propose a methodology to bring together all these measures under a single index we call...
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The interhemispheric transfer of information is a fundamental process in the human brain. When a visual stimulus appears eccentrically in one visual-hemifield, it will first activate the contralateral hemisphere but also the ipsilateral one with a slight delay due to the interhemispheric transfer. This interhemispheric transfer of visual informatio...
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To investigate the links between mental workload, age and risky driving, a cross-sectional study was conducted on a driving simulator using several established and some novel mea- sures of driving ability and scenarios of varying complexity. A sample of 115 drivers was divided into three age and experience groups: young inexperienced (18–21 years o...
Poster
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Vehicle driving is a complex task involving multiple cognitive processes such as visuo-spatial skills and attentional processes. Accordingly, simple measures of vehicle manoeuvring might be dependent on the visual attentional load and cannot be sufficient by themselves to faithfully evaluate hazardous driving behavior. This study examined which of...
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While car driving simulators are an essential research tool for assessing drivers’ behavior under safe and controlled conditions, gender differences in susceptibility to simulator sickness is a major drawback for the interpretation of the outcomes. The present study assessed the efficacy of a technological (Experiment 1; the use of motion-based dri...
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The data presented in this article are related to the research article entitled “The use of transdermal scopolamine to solve methodological issues raised by gender differences in susceptibility to simulator sickness” (R. Chaumillon, T. Romeas, C. Paillard, D. Bernardin, G. Giraudet, J.F. Bouchard, J. Faubert, 2017) [1]. In an outstanding first demo...
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Unlike handedness, sighting eye dominance, defined as the eye unconsciously chosen when performing monocular tasks, is very rarely considered in studies investigating cerebral asymmetries. We previously showed that sighting eye dominance has an influence on visually triggered manual action with shorter reaction time (RT) when the stimulus appears i...
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Our dominant eye is the one we unconsciously choose when performing a monocular task. Several studies revealed that the stimulation of this dominant eye activates a larger cerebral network than the stimulation of the non-dominant eye. Nevertheless, the consequences of this lateralization of the visual system in sensorimotor tasks has been poorly ex...
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Notre œil dominant est celui que nous choisissons inconsciemment lorsque nous avons à réaliser des tâches monoculaires. Dans le domaine de la clinique neuro-ophtalmologique, il est démontré que la dominance oculaire (DO) joue un rôle de premier plan dans bon nombre de pathologies de l’œil. Par ailleurs, la quantification précise de cette DO s’avère...
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Introduction.- The dominant eye is defined as the one we unconsciously choose when we have to perform monocular tasks. In the field of clinical neuro-ophthalmology it is well-established that eye dominance plays a key role in several eye diseases. Furthermore, the accurate quantification of eye dominance might be relevant within the framework of so...

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