Welcome to Co-Dot Laboratory

In 2010, Professor Sébastien Tremblay of Université Laval founded Co-DOT, a cognitive ergonomics research laboratory. The work of researchers and students in the lab focuses on Human Cognition in accordance with three main themes: its Distribution across individuals; its Organization when dealing with high-reliability situations; and Technologies designed to augment its capacity. Co-DOT’s mission is about pursuing innovative research regarding these issues and transferring the resulting methods and knowledge to the field of cognitive ergonomics. Based on a cognitive system engineering approach, our research aims to better understand the cognitive factors involved in dynamic decision making and to establish those conditions that ensure optimal team work performance. This knowledge is used to propose standards for the creation and application of decision support systems, as well as methodological tools for evaluating human performance.

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Our human cognition research laboratory is currently offering a wide variety of studies that pay you to participate. You can access the study descriptions via this registration form We are looking for participants!

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News

11/22/2016

Other mention in Université Laval's Contact folder

Last November, the laboratory director, Sébastien Tremblay, was mentioned in the article "Dans les dédales de nos mémoires" of the new Université Laval Contact folder....

04/21/2016

Mention in Université Laval's Contact folder

Last April, the laboratory director, Sébastien Tremblay, was mentioned in the article "L'art du jeu vidéo" of the new Université Laval Contact folder. This report...

10/16/2014

Co -DOT laboratory representation at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma

On October 16th, 2014, the Co-DOT laboratory of Université Laval’s School of Psychology was presented at the 43rd Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, in Montréal. The laboratory...

11/11/2014

Television report on Co-DOT Laboratory at Le Code Chastenay!

FUN II (intelligent interaction) project, a collaboration between Ubisoft Quebec and the Co-DOT Laboratory of professor Sébastien Tremblay and the laboratoire de neuroscience...