Lucile Dupuy's research interests focus on helping healthy older adults living autonomously at home. She completed her PhD in Bordeaux, France, and worked on the design and evaluation of an ambient assistive platform named HomeAssist. Her research followed a user-centered approach, and eventaully, highlighted benefits induced by 9-month deployment at home. She is currently working as a post-doctoral associate on Human-Robot Interaction in the context of technologies for aging in place.
Lyndsie is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in the Human Factors and Aging Lab. Her research interests including cognitive function, exercise and physical activity, and aging adults. Her current research focus examines how various aspects of the physical activity context (the cognitive and motoric complexity of the activity as well as the degree to which social engagement occurs during the activity) influence cognitive function in older adults with a goal of promoting functional autonomy and successful aging for older adults.