Raphaëlle N. Roy
Raphaëlle N. Roy
Assistant Professor (tenure track) at ISAE-SUPAERO, Université de Toulouse, France
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Mental fatigue and working memory load estimation: interaction and implications for EEG-based passive BCI
RN Roy, S Bonnet, S Charbonnier, A Campagne
2013 35th annual international conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
EEG index for control operators’ mental fatigue monitoring using interactions between brain regions
S Charbonnier, RN Roy, S Bonnet, A Campagne
Expert Systems with Applications 52, 91-98, 2016
Efficient mental workload estimation using task-independent EEG features
RN Roy, S Charbonnier, A Campagne, S Bonnet
Journal of Neural Engineering 13 (2), 2016
Monitoring Pilot's Cognitive Fatigue with Engagement Features in Simulated and Actual Flight Conditions Using an Hybrid fNIRS-EEG Passive BCI
F Dehais, A Dupres, G Di Flumeri, K Verdiere, G Borghini, F Babiloni, ...
2018 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2018
Monitoring Pilot’s Mental Workload Using ERPs and Spectral Power with a Six-Dry-Electrode EEG System in Real Flight Conditions
F Dehais, A Duprès, S Blum, N Drougard, S Scannella, RN Roy, F Lotte
Sensors 19 (16), 2019
Eye blink characterization from frontal EEG electrodes using source separation and pattern recognition algorithms
RN Roy, S Charbonnier, S Bonnet
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 14, 256-264, 2014
Detecting pilot's engagement using fNIRS connectivity features in an automated vs manual landing scenario
KJ Verdière, RN Roy, F Dehais
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 6, 2018
Inattentional deafness to auditory alarms: Inter-individual differences, electrophysiological signature and single trial classification
F Dehais, RN Roy, S Scannella
Behavioural brain research 360, 51-59, 2019
A Comparison of ERP Spatial Filtering Methods for Optimal Mental Workload Estimation
RN Roy, S Bonnet, S Charbonnier, P Jallon, A Campagne
Int. Conf. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. Soc., 2015
A Neuroergonomics Approach to Mental Workload, Engagement and Human Performance
F Dehais, A Lafont, R Roy, S Fairclough
Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 268, 2020
Neurophysiological Markers for Passive Brain–Computer Interfaces
RN Roy, J Frey
Brain–Computer Interfaces 1: Foundations and Methods, 85-100, 2016
Efficient workload classification based on ignored auditory probes: A proof of concept
RN Roy, S Bonnet, S Charbonnier, A Campagne
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10 (519), 2016
EEG-Engagement Index and Auditory Alarm Misperception: An Inattentional Deafness Study in Actual Flight Condition
F Dehais, RN Roy, G Durantin, T Gateau, D Callan
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 227-234, 2017
Auditory Alarm Misperception in the Cockpit: An EEG Study of Inattentional Deafness
F Dehais, RN Roy, T Gateau, S Scannella
International Conference on Augmented Cognition, 177-187, 2016
A pBCI to Predict Attentional Error Before it Happens in Real Flight Conditions
F Dehais, I Rida, RN Roy, J Iversen, T Mullen, D Callan
2019 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2019
Brain–Computer Interface Contributions to Neuroergonomics
F Lotte, RN Roy
Neuroergonomics, 43-48, 2019
Detection of mental fatigue using an active BCI inspired signal processing chain
RN Roy, S Charbonnier, S Bonnet
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 47 (3), 2963-2968, 2014
Pre-stimulus antero-posterior EEG connectivity predicts performance in a UAV monitoring task
M Senoussi, KJ Verdiere, A Bovo, CPC Chanel, F Dehais, RN Roy
IEEE SMC, 2017
Biocybernetic Adaptation Strategies: Machine Awareness of Human Engagement for Improved Operational Performance
C Stephens, F Dehais, RN Roy, A Harrivel, MC Last, K Kennedy, A Pope
International Conference on Augmented Cognition, 89-98, 2018
Operator engagement during prolonged simulated uav operation
RN Roy, A Bovo, T Gateau, F Dehais, CPC Chanel
IFAC-PapersOnLine 49 (32), 171-176, 2016
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