Hinaut Xavier

  • PhD
  • Student > Ph. D. Student
  • Post-Doc
  • University of Paris XI
  • Computer Science

Research Interests

Recurrent Neural Networks; Reservoir Computing: Echo State Networks; Sequence processing; Language processing; Syntactic comprehension; Semantic Role Labeling; dynamic systems; working memory; attractor; Hierarchy; PFC; prefrontal cortex; basal ganglia;

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  • Nicolas Cazin

    Nicolas Cazin French Institute of Health and Medical Research

  • Sven Magg

    Sven Magg Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg

  • Deniz Ozyildiz

    Deniz Ozyildiz

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    Nicolás Navarro-Guerrero

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    Paul Baxter University of Plymouth

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About

His research explores brain mechanisms of complex sequence processing, focusing on language syntactic comprehension. He is interested in using Recurrent Neural Networks to model these processes and investigating how such models can be used in developmental robotics.

Xavier Hinaut received an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Technology of Compiègne, France in 2008 and an M.S. in Cognitive Science from the Ecole Pratrique des Hautes Etudes, France in 2009. Since 2009, he is pursuing a PhD in Computational Neuroscience at the INSERM Stem Cell and Brain Research Institute in Lyon, France. He works in the Cortical Networks for Cognitive Interaction team under the supervision of PhD Peter Ford Dominey.
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Publications

An Incremental Approach to Language Acquisition: Thematic Role Assignment with Echo State Networks

Hinaut X, Wermter S

Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning – ICANN 2014 (2014)

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Exploring the acquisition and production of grammatical constructions through human-robot interaction with echo state networks.

Hinaut X, Petit M, Pointeau G, Dominey P

Frontiers in neurorobotics (2014)

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On-Line Learning of Lexical Items and Grammatical Constructions via Speech, Gaze and Action-Based Human-Robot Interaction

Pointeau G, Petit M, Hinaut X, Gibert G, Dominey P

Interspeech (2013)

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Real-Time Parallel Processing of Grammatical Structure in the Fronto-Striatal System: A Recurrent Network Simulation Study Using Reservoir Computing

Hinaut X, Dominey P

PLoS ONE (2013)

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Recurrent Neural Networks for Abstract Sequence and Grammatical Structure Processing, with an Application to Human-Robot Interaction

Hinaut X

Université de Lyon (2013)

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On-Line Processing of Grammatical Structure Using Reservoir Computing

Hinaut X, Dominey P

ICANN: International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (2012)

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Online Language Learning to Perform and Describe Actions for Human-Robot Interaction

Hinaut X, Petit M, Dominey P

Proceedings of the Post-Graduate Conference on Robotics and Development of Cognition (2012)

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A three-layered model of primate prefrontal cortex encodes identity and abstract categorical structure of behavioral sequences.

Hinaut X, Dominey P

Journal of physiology - Paris (2011)

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A Three-Layered Cortical Network Encodes Identity and Abstract Categorical Structure of Behavioral Sequences as in the Primate Lateral Prefrontal Cortex

Hinaut X, Dominey P

Proceedings of the fifth french conference on Computational Neuroscience: NeuroComp'10 (2010)

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Professional experience

Post-Doc

University of Paris XI

Present

Post-Doc

Universität Hamburg - University of Hamburg

May 2013 - December 2013 (7 months)

PostDoc fellow

Stem cell and brain research institute (INSERM)

February 2013 - April 2013 (2 months)

PhD Student

Stem cell and brain research institute (INSERM)

September 2009 - January 2013 (3 years 4 months)

Education history

EPHE - Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes

Master in Cognitive Sciences

September 2008 - June 2009 (9 months)

UTC - Université de Technologie de Compiègne

Master in Computer Science

September 2005 - September 2008 (3 years)