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PMH_DySCo

Overview

The team PMH_DySCo, Performance Motrice Humaine_Dynamique des Systèmes Complexes de contrôle, is comprised of researchers that all teach in parallel at the Faculty of Sport Sciences. The team was created in 2016 with these people previously working in research units of INSERM U1045 Centre Cardio-Thoracique de Bordeaux – IHU Liryc or CNRS, UMR 5251 Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux et UMR 5287 - Institut de Neurosciences cognitives et intégratives d'Aquitaine.

The main aim of the team’s work is to uncover reliable motor and physiologic indicators of the status, as well of change of status, in individuals performing individually or collectively physical or mental work. This holds for short-term (double-tasking) as well as long-term (training, learning) activities. Non-linear analyses of time-series are the main tools used to provide such indicators. Most of works are based on rhythms in Humans and deal with cardiac autonomic control, postural control and motor control. In fact, there is a growing appreciation that that the time series generated by a variety of free-running healthy physiologic dynamics exhibit complex (and structured) fluctuations that are not simply due to uncorrelated random errors.

We expect that reliable analyses of time-series fluctuations add significant value to the detection of deviation from a healthy control, the presence of fatigue or the role played by induced stimulus, either internal (e.g cognitive task) or external (modified environment/interactions).

All experimental works are performed with the concern to promote the usage of connected objects. This might facilitate Human explorations in the everyday life and promote wide scale studies as well. Of course, the team has laboratory equipment for ‘gold standard’ measures that allow the validation of innovative methodologies.

As well, research and teaching activities (in undergraduate as well as in graduate students) are closely interlinked, and received funding help from the University of Bordeaux and the provincial government ‘Region Nouvelle Aquitaine’. Collaborative projects are initiated to make graduate students of diverse disciplines working together in modern facilities and familiarized them with use of force plates (Winposturo, Kistler), 3D tracking (Optitrack), cycle ergometers and treadmills. Large screens allow to create immersive environments as well.


Skills
  • Performances motrices humaines
  • Etudes des systèmes complexe de controle de l'activité humaine
  • indices physiologiques et moteurs qui caractérisent l’état des opérateurs
  • le changement d’état et la performance d’un ou plusieurs individus
Publications

The team PMH_DySCo, Performance Motrice Humaine_Dynamique des Systèmes Complexes de contrôle, is comprised of researchers that all teach in parallel at the Faculty of Sport Sciences. The team was created in 2016 with these people previously working in research units of INSERM U1045 Centre Cardio-Thoracique de Bordeaux – IHU Liryc or CNRS, UMR 5251 Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux et UMR 5287 - Institut de Neurosciences cognitives et intégratives d'Aquitaine.

The main aim of the team’s work is to uncover reliable motor and physiologic indicators of the status, as well of change of status, in individuals performing individually or collectively physical or mental work. This holds for short-term (double-tasking) as well as long-term (training, learning) activities. Non-linear analyses of time-series are the main tools used to provide such indicators. Most of works are based on rhythms in Humans and deal with cardiac autonomic control, postural control and motor control. In fact, there is a growing appreciation that that the time series generated by a variety of free-running healthy physiologic dynamics exhibit complex (and structured) fluctuations that are not simply due to uncorrelated random errors.

We expect that reliable analyses of time-series fluctuations add significant value to the detection of deviation from a healthy control, the presence of fatigue or the role played by induced stimulus, either internal (e.g cognitive task) or external (modified environment/interactions).

All experimental works are performed with the concern to promote the usage of connected objects. This might facilitate Human explorations in the everyday life and promote wide scale studies as well. Of course, the team has laboratory equipment for ‘gold standard’ measures that allow the validation of innovative methodologies.

As well, research and teaching activities (in undergraduate as well as in graduate students) are closely interlinked, and received funding help from the University of Bordeaux and the provincial government ‘Region Nouvelle Aquitaine’. Collaborative projects are initiated to make graduate students of diverse disciplines working together in modern facilities and familiarized them with use of force plates (Winposturo, Kistler), 3D tracking (Optitrack), cycle ergometers and treadmills. Large screens allow to create immersive environments as well.

  • Performances motrices humaines
  • Etudes des systèmes complexe de controle de l'activité humaine
  • indices physiologiques et moteurs qui caractérisent l’état des opérateurs
  • le changement d’état et la performance d’un ou plusieurs individus