Damien Fournet
Damien Fournet
PhD, R&D Lab Leader - Decathlon SportsLab
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
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Thermographic imaging in sports and exercise medicine: A Delphi study and consensus statement on the measurement of human skin temperature
DG Moreira, JT Costello, CJ Brito, JG Adamczyk, K Ammer, AJE Bach, ...
Journal of Thermal Biology 69, 155-162, 2017
1122017
Why wet feels wet? A neurophysiological model of human cutaneous wetness sensitivity
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (6), 1457-1469, 2014
712014
Body mapping of thermoregulatory and perceptual responses of males and females running in the cold
D Fournet, L Ross, T Voelcker, B Redortier, G Havenith
Journal of Thermal Biology 38 (6), 339-344, 2013
702013
Tactile cues significantly modulate the perception of sweat-induced skin wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (10), 3462-3473, 2015
242015
Body mapping of cutaneous wetness perception across the human torso during thermo-neutral and warm environmental exposures
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of Applied Physiology 117 (8), 887-897, 2014
242014
Mild evaporative cooling applied to the torso provides thermoregulatory benefits during running in the heat
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 25, 200-210, 2015
142015
A method for whole-body skin temperature mapping in humans
D Fournet, B Redortier, G Havenith
© Austrian Society of Thermology and European, 2012
112012
Skin temperature mapping in the cold: the role of subcutaneous fat
D Fournet, L Ross, T Voelcker, B Redortier, G Havenith
Proceedings of XIV ICEE, 2011
72011
Skin temperature variations in the cold
D Fournet
Loughborough University, 2013
62013
Assessment of sport garments using infrared thermography
D Fournet, G Havenith
Application of Infrared Thermography in Sports Science, 159-183, 2017
52017
Can body-mapped garments improve thermal comfort for sport in the cold?
D Fournet, B Redortier, G Havenith
Extreme Physiology & Medicine 4 (1), 1-2, 2015
52015
Influence of exercise type on metabolic cost and gross efficiency: elliptical trainer versus cycling trainer.
C Morio, M Haddoum, D Fournet, N Gueguen
The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 56 (5), 520-526, 2015
22015
Sex differences in thermal strain induced by a typical hiking scenario in a cool environment
D Fournet, K Griggs, B Redortier, G Havenith
Loughborough University, 2013
22013
A method for whole-body human skin temperature mapping
D Fournet, B Redortier, G Havenith
XII Congress EAT, 2012
22012
Effect of a hip brace preventing groin injuries on electromyographical and mechanical data of healthy participants
D Fournet, G Millet
2*2007
How far are manikins representative of the human body for sport activities ?
B Redortier, D Fournet
Editors: James D Cotter, Samuel JE Lucas and Toby Mündel, 244, 2013
12013
A method for whole-body skin temperature mapping in humans (Eine Methode zur Aufzeichnung der Hautemperatur des gesamten menschlichen Korpers)
D Fournet, B Redortier, G Havenith
Loughborough University, 0
1
Decreasing the tactile interaction between skin, sweat and clothing significantly reduces the perception of wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness during …
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Extreme Physiology & Medicine 4 (1), 1-2, 2015
2015
Neurophysiology of Tactile Perception: A Tribute to Steven Hsiao: Tactile cues significantly modulate the perception of sweat-induced skin wetness independently of the level of …
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of Neurophysiology 113 (10), 3462, 2015
2015
Sweat‐Induced Skin Wetness Perception Can Be Significantly Manipulated Independently of the Level of Physical Skin Wetness
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
The FASEB Journal 29, 993.4, 2015
2015
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