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David Gueorguiev
David Gueorguiev
CNRS and Sorbonne University
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Expectation and attention in hierarchical auditory prediction
S Chennu, V Noreika, D Gueorguiev, A Blenkmann, S Kochen, A Ibánez, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (27), 11194-11205, 2013
2752013
Silent expectations: dynamic causal modeling of cortical prediction and attention to sounds that weren't
S Chennu, V Noreika, D Gueorguiev, Y Shtyrov, TA Bekinschtein, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (32), 8305-8316, 2016
892016
Touch uses frictional cues to discriminate flat materials
D Gueorguiev, S Bochereau, A Mouraux, V Hayward, JL Thonnard
Scientific reports 6 (1), 25553, 2016
652016
The tactile perception of transient changes in friction
D Gueorguiev, E Vezzoli, A Mouraux, B Lemaire-Semail, JL Thonnard
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (137), 20170641, 2017
642017
The perception of ultrasonic square reductions of friction with variable sharpness and duration
D Gueorguiev, E Vezzoli, T Sednaoui, L Grisoni, B Lemaire-Semail
IEEE transactions on haptics 12 (2), 179-188, 2019
122019
Travelling ultrasonic wave enhances keyclick sensation
D Gueorguiev, A Kaci, M Amberg, F Giraud, B Lemaire-Semail
Haptics: Science, Technology, and Applications: 11th International …, 2018
112018
Feeling multiple edges: the tactile perception of short ultrasonic square reductions of the finger-surface friction
D Gueorguiev, E Vezzoli, T Sednaoui, L Grisoni, B Lemaire-Semail
2017 IEEE World Haptics Conference (WHC), 125-129, 2017
112017
Compensating for fingertip size to render tactile cues more accurately
EM Young, D Gueorguiev, KJ Kuchenbecker, C Pacchierotti
IEEE transactions on haptics 13 (1), 144-151, 2020
92020
Physical variables underlying tactile stickiness during fingerpad detachment
S Nam, Y Vardar, D Gueorguiev, KJ Kuchenbecker
Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 235, 2020
52020
Peripheral vs. central determinants of vibrotactile adaptation
A Klöcker, D Gueorguiev, JL Thonnard, A Mouraux
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (2), 685-691, 2016
52016
Changes in normal force during passive dynamic touch: Contact mechanics and perception
D Gueorguiev, J Lambert, JL Thonnard, KJ Kuchenbecker
2020 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS), 746-752, 2020
32020
Exploring fingers’ limitation of texture density perception on ultrasonic haptic displays
F Kalantari, D Gueorguiev, E Lank, N Bremard, L Grisoni
Haptics: Science, Technology, and Applications: 11th International …, 2018
32018
“Tap Stimulation”: An Alternative To Vibrations To Convey The Apparent Haptic Motion Illusion
I Lacôte, C Pacchierotti, M Babel, M Marchal, D Gueorguiev
2022 IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS), 1-6, 2022
22022
Generating apparent haptic motion for assistive devices
I Lacôte, C Pacchierotti, M Babel, M Marchal, D Gueorguiev
WHC 2021-IEEE World Haptics Conference, 1, 2021
22021
Tactile perception of natural and simulated textures: a psychophysical approach
D Gueorguiev
Université catholique de Louvain, 2016
22016
Larger Skin-Surface Contact Through a Fingertip Wearable Improves Roughness Perception
D Gueorguiev, B Javot, A Spiers, KJ Kuchenbecker
Haptics: Science, Technology, Applications: 13th International Conference on …, 2022
12022
Phononic crystals applied to localised surface haptics
T Daunizeau, D Gueorguiev, S Haliyo, V Hayward
IEEE Transactions on Haptics 14 (3), 668-674, 2021
12021
Psychophysical Power Optimization of Friction Modulation for Tactile Interfaces
T Sednaoui, E Vezzoli, D Gueorguiev, M Amberg, C Chappaz, ...
Haptics: Perception, Devices, Control, and Applications: 10th International …, 2016
12016
Perception of guitar strings on a flat visuo-haptic display
B Rohou, M Auvray, JL Le Carrou, D Gueorguiev
11th International Workshop Haptic and Audio Interaction Design (HAID 2022 …, 2022
2022
Perception of guitar strings on a flat visuo-haptic display
B Rohou-Claquin, M Auvray, JL Le Carrou, D Gueorguiev
Haptic and Audio Interaction Design: 11th International Workshop, HAID 2022 …, 2022
2022
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