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Lea Entzmann

Lea Entzmann


Doctorante

LPNC - CNRS UMR5105 / UGA / USMB BSHM - Bureau E 121 1251 avenue Centrale CS40700 38058 GRENOBLE Cedex 09

Tél. : 04 76 82 55 57

lea.entzmann@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Advisors

Pr. Martial Mermillod (Grenoble-Alpes University, France)

Pr. Nathalie Guyader (Grenoble-Alpes University, France)

Research interests

My research topic aims at understanding how are emotional events processed, and the role of top-down connectivities in the regulation and anticipation mechanisms involved in this process. Especially, i investigate to what extent does previous knowledges and spatial frequencies modulates the recognition and anticipation of emotional events. My work combines multiple frameworks such as Psychology, Computational Neurosciences and Cognitive Neurosciences with the use of both behavioral experiments and artificial neural networks. In the long term, the purpose of this project is also to make the link between the cognitive aspects and the social implications of these top-down processes.

Next to that i’m particularly interested in the study of eye movements as a reflection of numerous cognitive functions.

Keywords : Predictive Brain, Top-down Connectivities, Emotion Recognition, Neural Networks, EEG, Eye-Tracking.

Publications

Kauffmann, L., Peyrin, C., Chauvin, A., Entzmann, L., Breuil, C., Barthelme, S., Guyader, N. (submitted). How do face stimuli influence the programming of saccades ? Analysis of saccade amplitude and accuracy. Scientific reports.

Posters in national and international conferences

Kauffmann, L., Entzmann, L., Peyrin, C., Chauvin, A., Guyader, N. (2018) Amplitude of saccades is modulated by the nature of visual stimuli and saccade accuracy in saccadic choice tasks. European conference on visual processing (ECVP), Trieste, Italy.

Guyader, N., Guérin Dugué, A., Entzmann, L. (2018) Joint eye movements and EEG analysis during a saccadic choice task : study of early visual potentials as neural markers of the performance. Grenoble Workshop on Models and Analysis of Eye Movements.

Oral communications

Kauffmann, L., Peyrin, C., Chauvin, A., Entzmann, L., Breuil, C., Barthelme, S., Guyader, N. (2018). Do face stimuli influence the programming of saccade amplitude ?. Grenoble Workshop on Models and Analysis of Eye Movements, Grenoble, France.

Education

2016-2018 : Research Master degree in Cognitive Sciences, Grenoble INP - PHELMA

2013-2016 : Bachelor degree in applied Mathematics and Computer Science and Human Science (MIASHS), Université Savoie Mont Blanc