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  • The HMI-RV theme of the IGG team (Dominique Bechmann, Thierry Blandet, Antonio Capobianco, Flavien Lecuyer) is participating in the PEPR eNSEMBLE (Program and Priority Equipment of Exploratory Research financed within the framework of the plan of investments of future France 2030), in particular around the "Spaces of collaboration" from 2023 till 2030.
  • The IGG team (Antonio Capobianco) participates in the AntisemoCoG Project Emotional Dysregulation in healthy volunteers and adults with autism spectrum disorder without an intellectual disability: an ecological, cognitive and psychophysiological approach funded by the johnbost.org/ John Bost Foundation led by Luisa Weiner from the LPC (Laboratory of Psychology of Cognitions)
    • Amount: 150k€.
    • Period: 2021-2023.
  • The IGG team (Antonio Capobianco, Thomas Lehoux) participates in the PiCOC Project Virtual reality and the fight against addiction: development and evaluation of a VR application for cognitive behavioral therapies jointly led by Luisa Weiner of the LPC ( Laboratoire de Psychologie des Cognitions) and Antonio Capobianco, in collaboration with the association ITHAQUE, the CHU of Martinique and the CH of St Esprit
    • Doctoral funding obtained from the National Cancer Institute (INCA) and the Public Health Research Institute (IReSP) #AAC21-SPA-04 (Thesis of M. LehouxThomas).
      • Amount: doctoral grant of 155k€.
      • Period: 2022-2025.
    • Financing of a pilot project for a period of 24 months as part of the call for research projects to combat the use and addiction to psychoactive substances (SPA - INCA-IRESP).
      • Amount: 100k€.
      • Period: 2022-2024.
  • The IGG team (Antonio Capobianco, David Cazier, Kévin Béranger) leads the USUEL Project on the digital divide, funded by the Department of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (DREES) and Caisse National Solidarity for Autonomy (CNSA) co-funding a call for scientific research projects on the use of digital technologies in the fields of health, autonomy (related to age and disability) and access to rights, in collaboration with the Center Animation Social de Familial (CASF) of Bischwiller and the IUT of Haguenau
    • Funding by the Department of Research, Studies, Evaluation and Statistics (DREES) and the National Solidarity Fund for Autonomy (CNSA) as part of the call for scientific research projects on use of digital technologies in the fields of health, autonomy (related to age and disability) and access to rights, in collaboration with the Center Animation Social de Familial (CASF) of Bischwiller and the 'IUT of Haguenau,
      • Amount: €130k.
      • Period: 2021-2024.
    • Doctoral funding from the Grand-Est region
      • Amount: 52560€
      • Period: 2022-2024
    • AMI funding Participatory research and science, IDEX Université&Cité lever of the University of Strasbourg
      • Amount: €35,816
      • Period: 2023-2024