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Nico Pallamin

Nico Pallamin

Research and Development Engineer, b<>com
Nico Pallamin is actually working as a research engineer at the “Uses and Acceptability” laboratory of the IRT b com, where he is in charge of the researches concerning the acceptability of Virtual Reality technologies.  After a master in experimental psychology in 1999 and a second master in methodology of research in 2002, he received his PhD in computer science in 2008 from the university Paul-Sabatier in Toulouse with a thesis on social interactions in Virtual Reality. Before joining the IRT bcom he worked as post-doc researcher for the INT of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and for the CERV of Brest (France), being involved in various projects concerning the design and evaluation of Virtual Reality technologies. 
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