Since 2016, the laboratory has opened the doors of the Marey centre to high school students who have the privilege of discovering one of the biggest research infrastructures in Bourgogne. The day is jointly organized by the CAPS INSERM and the LEAD CNRS labs. During the day, the researchers allow the high school students to discover the benefits of physical and cognitive activities through the use of workshops putting together educational content and technology. The aim of the workshops is to awaken the intellectual curiosity of the young students.
The industrial valorization activities are carried out within the MAREY platform.
Activities and skills: Cognition, Brain, Plasticity, Motor, Imaging, Vision, Eye movement capture, NIRS, Muscular mechanics, Surface electromyography, EEG, Magnetic and electrical stimulation, Motor nerve – Motor cortex, Movement capture, Physical exercise, Ageing.
Examples of industrial services provided :
- Evaluation of sacro-illiac mobility with a regular saddle compared to an articulated seat in aging subjects while pedalling on an ergocycle (INAWA company).
- Analysis of the pointing movement in a fatigue situation. Implementations for a numerical model of the human in working condition (INRS Nancy).
The members of the lab (PhD students and postdocs) participate actively in the spread and application of their work for members of academic institutions as well as for the general public. For example, the young researchers of the lab take part each year in the event entitled ‘The Night for Researchers’. These events are organized as part of the ‘Experimentarium’ (https://www.experimentarium.fr/) program whose objective is to create a dialogue between researchers and players outside the academic institution.
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