Camille Fayollas is a post doc reasearcher within the ICS team at the IRIT lab.

Her research involves techniques, notations and tools to specify and develop fault-tolerant, dependable and usable interactive critical systems.

Her PhD thesis, completed on July, 21th 2015, focused on a Generic Software Architecture and a Model-Based Approach for the Dependability of Critical Interactive Systems.

Current activities

  • Program committee member of the 3rd Workshop on Formal Integrated Development Environment (F-IDE 2016)
  • Program committee member of the 6th International Working Conference on Human-Centred Software Engineering and 8th International Working Conference on Human Error, Safety, and System Development (HCSE+HESSD 2016)
  • Program committee member of the 9th International Conference on Dependability (DEPEND 2016)
  • Program committee member of the Formal Methods in Human-Computer Interaction book (to be published)
  • Member of the CORAC Airbus IKKY WP6.3 project

Last publications

  • C. Fayollas, J.-C. Fabre, P. Palanque, M. Cronel, D. Navarre, Y. Deleris. A Three-fold Approach towards Increased Assurance Levels for Interactive Systems: A Flight Control Unit Case Study. HCI-Aero 2016
  • D. Billman, C. Fayollas, M. Feary, C. Martinie, P.Palanque. Complementary Tools and Techniques for Supporting Fitness‐for‐Purpose of Interactive Critical Systems. HCSE+HESSD 2016
  • C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, D. Navarre, P. Palanque. Engineering mixed-criticality interactive applications. EICS 2016: 108-119
  • J. C. Campos, C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, D. Navarre, P. Palanque, M. Pinto. Systematic automation of scenario-based testing of user interfaces. EICS 2016: 138-148
  • C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, P. Palanque, E. Barboni, Y.Déléris. What Can Be Learnt from Engineering Safety Critical Partly-Autonomous Systems when Engineering Recommender Systems. EnCHIReS 2016
  • C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, P. Palanque, R. Fahssi. Task Models for Supporting Function Allocation between Operators and Autonomous Systems: Application to Collision Avoidance Operations for Spacecraft. AAAI 2016 Spring Symposium on Intelligent systems for supporting distributed human teamwork 2016. AAAI Press.
  • C. Martinie, P. Palanque, R. Fahssi, J.-P. Blanquart, C. Fayollas, C. Seguin. Task Model-Based Systematic Analysis of Both System Failures and Human Errors. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems vol:PP. p:1-12. IEEE.
  • C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, D. Navarre, P. Palanque. A Generic Approach for Assessing Compatibility between Task Descriptions and Interactive Systems: Application to the Effectiveness of a Flight Control Unit. i-com vol:143. p:170-191. de Gruyter.

Collaborations and Visits

  • University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, several visits since September 2016, HASLab/INESC TEC
    • Joint work on scenario-based testing of user interfaces.
    • Co-supervising of an MsC student with José Creissac Campos.
  • NASA Ames Research Center, Mountain View, USA, March 18-25, 2016, Human Systems Integration Division
    • Joint work on tools and techniques for supporting fitness-for-purpose of interactive systems.
    • This joint work has been published in the following paper: D. Billman, C. Fayollas, M. Feary, C. Martinie, P. Palanque. Complementary Tools and Techniques for Supporting Fitness‐for‐Purpose of Interactive Critical Systems. HCSE + HESSD 2016
  • University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, January 4-8, 2016, HASLab/INESC TEC
    • Joint work on scenario-based testing of user interfaces.
    • This joint work has been published in the following paper: J. C. Campos, C. Fayollas, C. Martinie, D. Navarre, P. Palanque, M. Pinto. Systematic automation of scenario-based testing of user interfaces. EICS 2016: 138-148

Past administrative activities

  • Member of the administrative IRIT lab council as representative of the PhD students (February 2012 to March 2015)

Past projects

PhD Thesis

  • Title: Generic Software Architecture and Model-Based Approach for the Dependability of Critical Interactive Systems
  • Manuscript: The manuscript (in french) can be downloaded here
  • Defence: July, 21th 2015
  • Supervision: Philippe Palanque and Jean-Charles Fabre
  • Funding: Funded by Airbus through the Display system project