Dr. Guillaume Tatur (Postdoc UPMC)

Vision Institute
Aging in Vision and Action Lab
CNRS – INSERM – University Pierre&Marie Curie
17, rue Moreau F-75012 Paris, France

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Guillaume Tatur obtained his License degree in general physics and a research oriented Master degree in Robotics and Intelligent Systems at the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. His Master project “Definition of experiments for tactile perception of space”, related to studies on sensory supplementation devices, was his first contact with researches dedicated to visually impaired individuals.

In 2011, he obtained a PhD degree on prosthetic vision from the University of Montpellier 2 / Ecole des Mines d’Alès.  This study was conducted in collaboration with the ARAMAV institute, a center of low vision functional rehabilitation, and concerned a new approach for extraction and representation of scene informational content that was applied in order to improve autonomy in mobility and to assist non-verbal communications.

Guillaume worked as a researcher at the University Hospital of Nîmes, continuing his doctoral work and leading experiments in order to study the effects of visual impairments on mobility performances and visual exploration behaviors. For the later, his work focused on the conception and development of clinical research projects and the associated experimental tools based on virtual reality, motion tracking and eye-tracking devices.

In parallel, he graduated from University Paris-Descartes for a complementary training concerning “compensatory techniques for low vision rehabilitation”. The main purpose of this complementary training was to expand his knowledge in the field of low vision and functional rehabilitation and to ease the communication and collaborative works with low vision professionals.

Keywords: Low vision, visual prosthesis, functional rehabilitation, virtual reality, computer vision, motion tracking, eye-tracking, autonomy, orientation and mobility, visual aid, humain-machine interface.

 

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2019

  1. Bécu M, Sheynikhovich D, Tatur G, Agathos C, Bologna LL, Sahel JA and Arleo A (2019) Age-related preference for geometric spatial cues during real-world navigation. Nature Human Behaviour, (in press).
  2. Arleo A, Becu M, Tatur G and Sheynikhovich D (2019) Impact of healthy aging on ocular fixation stability and microsaccades during optic flow. In ARVO Annual Meeting 2019, Vancouver, Canada.

2018

  1. Bécu M, Tatur G, Sheynikhovich D, Ramanoel S, Agathos C, Ozier-Lafontaine A and Arleo A (2018) Age-related preference for geometric cues: when aging does not impair allocentric strategies. In iSCAN 2018, Magdeburg, Germany.
  2. Bécu M, Tatur G, Sheynikhovich D, Ramanoel S, Agathos C and Arleo A (2018) Age-related preference for geometric cues during real-world navigation: behavioral and neuroimaging correlates. In Interdisciplinary Navigation Symposium (iNav), Mont-Tremblant, Canada.
  3. Bécu M, Tatur G, Sheynikhovich D, Agathos C, Bologna LL and Arleo A (2018) Age-related preference for geometric cues during real-world navigation. In Forum of Neuroscience (FENS), Berlin, Germany, pages 345.
  4. Bécu M, Tatur G, Sheynikhovich D, Ramanoel S, Agathos C and Arleo A (2018) Age-related preference for geometric cues during real-world navigation: behavioral and neuroimaging correlates. In Spatial Cognition 2018, Tübingen, Germany.
  5. Tartaglia EM, Boucly C, Tatur G and Arleo A (2018) Eye-movements as a signature of age-related differences in global planning strategies for spatial navigation. bioRxiv.
  6. Boucly C, Tatur G, Arleo A and Tartaglia EM (2018) Eye-movements as a signature of age-related differences in global planning strategies for spatial navigation. In GDR ISIS 2018, Paris.

2017

  1. Ramanoel S*, Bécu M*, Tatur G, Lagrené K, Habas C and Arleo A (2017) Age-related changes in spatial learning of a real environment and gray-matter integrety. In Neuroscience Workshop Saclay: Neural Circuit and Behavior (* shared st authorship).
  2. Bécu M, Tatur G, Bourefis A, Sheynikhovich D and Arleo A (2017) Age-related changes in gaze dynamics during real-world navigation. In Poster session presented at European Conference on Eye Movements, Wuppertal, Germany.
  3. Bécu M, Tatur G, DeDieuleveult A, Wu C, Marchesotti S, Sheynikhovich D and Arleo A (2017) Effect of aging on ocular fixation and microsaccades during optic flow. In Poster session presented at European Conference on Eye Movements, Wuppertal, Germany.
  4. Bécu M, Tatur G, Bourefis A, Bologna LL, Sheynikhovich D and Arleo A (2017) Age-related changes in gaze dynamics during real-world navigation. In Journal of Vision, vol. 17(10), pages 540.
  5. Tatur G (2017) Scene Representation for Mobility of the Visually Impaired. In Pissaloux, E. and Velazquez, R., editors, Mobility of Visually Impaired People: Fundamentals and ICT Assistive Technologies, pages 283-310, Springer.
  6. Arleo A, Becu M, Tatur G, DeDieuleveult A, Wu C, Marchesotti S and Sheynikhovich D (2017) Effect of aging on ocular fixation and microsaccades during optic flow. In Journal of vision, vol. 17(10), pages 890.

2016

  1. Tatur G and Pissaloux E (2016) Scene Representation for Mobility of the Visually Impaired. In EEE EMB, Proc. Int. Conf. on Bio-engineering for Smart Technologies (BioSMART 2016).