Seminar
DEC AltAc

Flash presentation and round table of Cogmaster Engineering Students

Speaker(s)
Zoe Reich
Rhéa Haddad
El Ghali Lamrani Alaoui
Marina Drobi
Joséphine Raugel
Practical information
13 April 2021
Exceptionally from 11:15am to 12:30
Place

On Zoom

ZRZoe Reich 
Title of internship: réduire l’utilisation des écrans par les enfants
Entreprise: DITP (direction interministérielle de la transformation publique)
 

 


 

Rhéa HaddadRhéa Haddad
Title of internship: Produire et consommer de la viande à la métropole de Nantes en répondant aux enjeux de la transition écologique
Entreprises: ACTE Lab and Nantes Métropole

 

 

 

El GhaliEl Ghali Lamrani Alaoui
Title of internship: Applying behavioral science to online consumer protection
Enterprise: Direction interministérielle de la transformation publique (DITP) - also know as the French behavioral insights unit.

 

 


MDMarina Drobi
Title: Applying Cognitive Science to Enrich Intervention Methods in Social Work with Children and Families facing Social Vulnerabilities.
Organisation : Departmental Council or County council of Seine-Saint-Denis
 


 

 

 

 

 

RaugelJoséphine Raugel
Title of internship:  “Neurofeedback : user profiling - towards performance and relaxation prediction” 
Enterprise: MyBrain Technologies

 

 

 

 

The DEC AltAc (Alternative to Academia) is a monthly seminar where individuals with a cognitive science background show researchers and students in cognitive science at the DEC the many ways their knowledge in cognitive science can be applied to the "real" (aka non-academic) world. 

The seminars can be taken by students completing the ENS diploma for credit. Credits will be attributed based on attendance. 

Seminars are only open to DEC members and Cogmaster students. If you would like to listen to the talk, please view the video recordings and contact the speakers directly if your questions were not addressed.”

DEC AltAc program 2020/2021