Jules Cauzinille

Jules Cauzinille was awarded a 2022 ILCB PhD grant to conduct a project under the supervision of Benoît Favre (LIS), in collaboration with Arnaud Rey (LPC), Thierry Legou (LPL), and Ricard Marxer (Université de Toulon). Jules obtained a bachelor’s degree in computational linguistics and a master’s degree in natural language processing at Université Paris Cité. […]

Bissera Ivanova

Bissera Ivanova was awarded a 2022 ILCB PhD grant to conduct a project under the supervision of Kristof Strijkers (LPL), Benjamin Morillon (INS), and Liina Pylkkänen  from New York University (NYU), to explore the spatio-temporal dynamics of syntax processing between the production and perception modalities. Bissera studied in the UK, completing a BA in Linguistics […]

Lise Habib-Dassetto

Lise Habib-Dassetto was awarded a 2022 ILCB PhD grant to conduct a project under the supervision of Marie Montant (LPC) and Cristel Portes (LPL), in collaboration with Alban Lemasson, director of EthoS (University of Rennes 1). Lise obtained Bachelor and Master degrees in Ethology at the university of Rennes 1 and developed a keen interest […]

Leonor Becerra

Leonor Becerra is an Associate Professor (Maître de Conférences – HDR) in Computer Science at Aix-Marseille University since December 2020. She is a member of the Natural Language Processing team (TALEP) at the Laboratoire d’Informatique et Systèmes (LIS). Leonor develops her research program at the intersection of linguistics and computer science. Her goal is to […]

New member joins ILCB’s International Advisory Board

ILCB is delighted to welcome Prof. Sophie Scott (CBE) on its International Advisory Board. Professor Sophie Scott CBE is Director of the Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. She studies the neurobiology of human vocal communication, from speech and sound to social interactions and non verbal emotional expressions. She gave the Royal Institution […]

Philippe Blache

Philippe Blache is the founder director of ILCB. Before that, he was the founder director of ILCB’s “prequel”, the Labex Brain and Language Research Institute (BLRI). Philippe Blache is a CNRS research director since 1993. His interdisciplinary research concerns human-computer communication in natural language. He is particularly focused on modeling and developing artificial systems that […]

ILCB visiting Prof. Martin Pickering

Professor Martin Pickering is Director of Research for the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences at the University of Edinburgh (UK). Prof. Pickering works in the areas of psychology of language and communication, including language production, language comprehension, dialogue, language and imagination, joint action, and bilingualism. Martin Pickering is visiting ILCB from March 1st […]

Marien Gouyon

You all know Marien Gouyon from his relentless organizational efforts across the ILCB. We warmly thank Marien for that! But did you know that Marien has an international scientific trajectory? Marien has a PhD in social anthropology with a thesis entitled “Ana loubia. Ethnographie des homosexualités masculines à Casablanca” (2018, Editions du Croquant). He was […]

Marie Montant

  Marie Montant is a senior member of the ILCB and a member of its evaluation committee. She holds a Maîtresse de Conférence position in Neurosciences at AMU and is affiliated to the Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive (Marseille). In September 2021, she was awarded a research fellow position at the Institut Méditerranéen de Recherches Avancées […]

Ana Zappa

Ana ZAPPA received the 2020 Best Thesis Award from the Language, Cognition, and Education doctoral school (ED 356).  Her thesis, entitled “Embodied semantics put to the test: electrophysiological evidence from virtual reality and classical environments“, was conducted under the supervision of Cheryl FRENCK-MESTRE (LPL) and in collaboration with the CRVM. Ana examined language processing and […]