Current position

Hendry Ferreira Chame is associate professor at Université de Lorraine:

  • Researcher at Lab LORIA , UMR 7503, University of Lorraine – CNRS – INRIA :

Short Bio

Hendry Ferreira Chame is graduated in Psychology (2004), in Computer Science (2008), and received a Master degree in Instructional Psychology (2007) from Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV). Then, he obtained a Master degree in robotics (2012), and his Ph.D. degree in robotics (2016) in the Ecole Centrale de Nantes (ECN), France. He have done postdoctoral research in bio-inspired underwater robotics (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil, 2016), in cognitive neurorobotics (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, CNRU, Japan, 2018), and in cognitive robotics (ANITI-LAAS, Toulouse 2020). Since 2021, he became an associate professor at the University of Lorraine in the NeuroRhythms team, at lab LORIA.


Research interests

Participation to research projects in several fields, including: cognitive and neural robotics, human-robot interaction, clinical psychology, educational psychology, social psychology, 4E cognition, artificial intelligence, and computer science, among others. Hendry Ferreira Chame has focused more recently on the study of social cognition through human-robot interaction, inspired by natural behavior and cognition.