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THREE STUDENTS FROM THE FAUBERT LAB WON SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED BY THE RÉSEAU DE RECHERCHE EN SÉCURITÉ ROUTIÈRE

Congratulations to Jesse Michaels, Laura Mikula et Amigale Patoine, recipients of the 2019-2020 Student Supplements Scholarship Competition, for the following projects : Jesse Michaels : Effets d’un entraînement des habiletés [...]

Yannick Roy (PhD Student) goes to Russia for BCI Samara 2019!

Yannick Roy, a PhD student in Faubert lab was invited as a speaker for the BCI Samara conference in Russia in 2019. Yannick was invited as an international expert to: [...]

NeuroTracker: Collaboration with the US Air Force and NASA

NeuroTracker is a technology developed by Prof. Jocelyn Faubert’s lab. Read the full news on NeuroTracker’s website: NeuroTracker Collaboration with the US Air Force and NASA

The Laboratory

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Located at Université de Montréal’s school of optometry (École d’optométrie), the laboratory is directed by Jocelyn Faubert, who holds an NSERC/Essilor Industrial Research Chair on visual function

Using a multidisciplinary approach, various aspects of visual perception and sensation are assessed. These include perceptual-cognitive training in sports for athletes, training for the elderly, and multisensory integration with stochastic resonance.

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