Talk and Workshops:
- Talk:Pillette, L., « Which feedback should be given to maximize Brain-Computer Interface training », 2nd National Day about Neurofeedback at ESPCI school in Paris, France.
- Course at CHI 2017 Conference in Denver, CO, USA: Frey, J., Mladenović, J., Lotte, F., Jeunet, C., & Pillette, L. (2017, May). When HCI Meets Neurotechnologies: What You Should Know about Brain-Computer Interfaces. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1253-1256). ACM.
- Workshop organization: Innovative Youth, Middle and high school students, Ethnography museum, University of Bordeaux (8-11th Oct. 2018).
- October 2018: Motricity and Brain-Computer Interface classes and workshops to Cognitive Science university students 6h.
- February 2017 – April 2018: “Knowledge and Representations” at Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique ~110h.
- November 2017: Brain-Computer Interface classes to Cognitive Science university students ~5h.
- Since 2017: Coach at DganjoGirls events, which promote gender equality in IT.
- November 2018 – April 2019: Supervising the project from Bordeaux University students Natacha Javerzat, Sebastien Delpeuch and Valentin Escobosa focusing on communication using P300 based BCI.
- Febuary – August 2018: Supervising the end of master’s internship from Ecole master students of Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique of Aline Roc focusing on the influence of the experimenter during MI-BCI training.
- January – June 2018: Supervising the end of bachelor’s project from Bordeaux University students Océane Thierre, Camille Bordeau and Xavier Carrau focusing on Orthosis and post-stroke motor rehabilitation using BCIs.
- December 2017 – April 2018: Supervising IT projects from master students of Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique Kim Cottrant, Pauline Delhaye, Camille Lavorel and Victor Domercq.
- November 2016 – April 2017: Supervising the end of master’s project of Laura Lille whose objective is to create an adaptable video game controllable using EEG signals only.
- November 2016 – April 2017: Supervising the project from Bordeaux University students Margot Triscos, Jules Paradeis and Pauline Fillastre focusing on game control using brain activity.