Raphaëlle N. Roy
Raphaëlle N. Roy
Associate Professor (tenure track) at ISAE-SUPAERO, Université de Toulouse, TMBI, 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
622013
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
362016
Efficient mental workload estimation using task-independent EEG features
RN Roy, S Charbonnier, A Campagne, S Bonnet
Journal of Neural Engineering 13 (2), 2016
292016
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
202014
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
172015
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
132016
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
112018
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
112018
Neurophysiological Markers for Passive Brain–Computer Interfaces
RN Roy, J Frey
Brain–Computer Interfaces 1: Foundations and Methods, 85-100, 2016
112016
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
102016
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
92017
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
82017
Operator Engagement During Prolonged Simulated UAV Operation
RN Roy, A Bovo, T Gateau, F Dehais, CPC Chanel
IFAC-PapersOnLine 49 (32), 171-176, 2016
72016
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
62019
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
62014
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
52018
Cockpit intelligent et interfaces cerveau-machine passives
F Dehais, EF Fabre, RN Roy
52016
Mixed-initiative mission planning considering human operator state estimation based on physiological sensors
N Drougard, C Ponzoni Carvalho Chanel, RN Roy, F Dehais
42017
A Loewner-based Approach for the Approximation of Engagement-related Neurophysiological Features
C Poussot-Vassal, RN Roy, A Bovo, T Gateau, F Dehais, ...
IFAC, 2017
42017
Probing ECG-based mental state monitoring on short time segments
RN Roy, S Charbonnier, A Campagne
2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
42013
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