Modeling of interactions is at the crossroad of several scientific fields. Scholars in social sciences, economics, mathematics, computer science, engineering in robotics and automatic control, image and signal processing, and linguistics, conceptualize and model interactions according to their own theoretical and methodological approaches.
This conference aims at bringing together researchers in these fields to discuss the present achievements and future challenges in the way interactions are conceptualized and modeled. By bridging the gap between all these approaches, we promote the emergence of a novel approach by cross-fertilization in an interdisciplinary framework.
Henri BERESTICKI, Research Director at EHESS, Director of the Center of Analysis and Social Mathematics, UMR 8557 CNRS,
"Propagation dans les milieux non homogènes : de la propagation des épidémies à la propagation des idées".
Kerstin FISCHER, University of Souhern Denmark, Institute for Design and Communication,
"Complex processes in human-robot interaction".
Serge GALAM, Research Director at CNRS,
"Interacting with a few random liars can jeopardize the democratic balance of a public debate".
Phillipe GAUSSIER, Prof., ETIS, Neurocybernetics, UMR 8051 CNRS, Université de Cergy-Pontoise,
"Emergence de capacités d'interactions sociales dans des robots autonomes".
Eric GOLES, Professor, School of Engineering and Science, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chili,
"Regulatory and segregation networks".
Alan KIRMAN, Prof. Emeritus, GREQAM, Université d'Aix-Marseille III, Research Director at EHESS.