New face: Ulysse Côté-Allard
Section: Robotics and Intelligent Systems (ROBIN)
My PhD in electrical engineering and rehabilitation engineering was conducted under the supervision of Prof. Benoit Gosselin and Prof. François Laviolette between 2016 and 2020.
My PhD's research focused on developing a human-robot myoelectric (i.e. muscle activity) interface based on transfer learning and domain adaptation algorithms to increase the reliability of the system in the long term, while at the same time reducing the intrusiveness (in terms of hardware and preparation time) of this kind of systems.
My current research interests include Human-Computer Interactions from a reinforcement learning perspective, unsupervised domain adaptation (particularly when applied to time series) and transfers learning algorithms to leverage data acquired across multiple users.