Cognition, Action and Sensorimotor Plasticity

Research Unit – CAPS 1093


An integrated and quantified approach to normal and pathological movement

We consider movement as a real therapeutic agent, capable of acting on cerebral and neuromuscular plasticity in order to optimize or rehabilitate motor function. This holistic and translational approach to motor function responds to a strong societal need in terms of health, well-being or performance.

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14 Sep 2023

Two-year Post-doctoral fellowship

26 Apr 2023

Campaign 2023 Call for applications JUNIOR PROFESSORSHIP

27 Mar 2023

Olympic and Paralympic Week – April 4 to 8, 2023

03 Mar 2023

Workshop DIJON March 27, 2023 CAPS-LEAD: : Psychophysiological aspects of performance

01 Feb 2023

IRME Day on January 26, 2023 – Program of the symposium on stimulation techniques

13 Jan 2023

19/20 France 3 Bourgogne of Thursday 12 January 2023 – Launch of the National Plan to prevent falls in the BFC region

14 Dec 2022

Interview with Florent Lebon on “the benefits of motor imagery in practice

16 Nov 2022

Chaffoteaux award for Gabriel Poirier

16 Nov 2022

La tête à l’endroit University of Burgundy, three centuries of history

29 Jul 2022

Research Engineer Positions: 1. Human-robot interaction, 2. EEG/Motion Capture data science

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