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Cyrille Desmoulins



Grenoble Informatics Lab (LIG)



Grenoble, FR - France



Markus Hohenwarter (USA)


Dr. Cyrille Desmoulins is assistant professor in Computer Science at the Joseph Fourier University (Grenoble - France). He graduated in Computer Science in 1989 at Joseph Fourier University where he received his PhD in computer science in 1994. His main research interests are in technology enhanced learning and knowledge representation, particularly focused on ontologies for education.
He has worked on various projects about computers in education.

In the multidisciplinary IMAG project Cabri-Geomètre in Grenoble, he developed various geometry representation languages and automated theorem provers for a tool helping students to construct geometrical constructions respecting teacher's specification. This work continued in Henri Poincaré University in Nancy where he get his first position, with the Geometry tools Calques and Calques 3D.
The IMAT (Integrating Manual and Training) European project (Learning and Training in Industry program - FP4), developed methods and tools for the reuse of technical documentation into training documents. It used an ontology-based approach to provide both a semantic search tool (technical, didactical and domain-oriented) and a semantic interoperability between the project tools (indexing, searching, document and scenario authoring). The ontology language was CML2 from the Dutch partners (KADS). He was in charge of developing a domain ontology in Body Car Repairing, and the scenario tool, and participated to the pedagogical ontology for the maintenance of complex systems.

He led the multidisciplinary IMAG project experience, on the integration of simulation tools and reality for experiential learning in chemistry, when he came back to Grenoble.

He participated to the Jointly Executed Integrating Research Project « Semantic Web and E-Learning » within the Kaleidoscope Network of Excellence and to a similar project at national level.

He is currently leading the MemoNote project aims at providing a personal memory related to on the use of pedagogical documents. It develops a annotation tool enabling the memorisation and the rememorisation of semantic, personal and episodic information taken on documents both on mobile device like TabletPC and on desktop devices through the web. Based on domain, pedagogical and document ontologies, it has been experimented on Chemistry and Psychology at Bachelor level.

He has been member of various program committees at national and international levels in the domain of Artificial Intelligence and Education and Intelligent Tutoring Systems.

On the academic side, he his in charge of the second year of the Master of Business Informatics at Joseph Fourier University.