Jérôme Dinet is associate professor of psychology and ergonomics at the University of Lorraine, and member of PErSEUs (EA 7312). His works focuses on Computer-Human Interaction from a psychological point of view. He is interested in understanding how “human factors” (e.g., cognitive abilities, feelings, attitudes) and environmental factors (e.g., spatio-temporal factor, organization, context, task, culture) interact and affect behaviors and cognitive processes involved when individuals use digital tools/media to perform a task, especially for end-users with specific needs and/or abilities (young readers, seniors, adults with sensitive impairment, etc.). He is the author of five books and more than 40 papers and book chapters in ergonomics and psychology related to “Information searching in digital environment”, and he has served as principal investigator on several technology transfer projects with industry partners. He is currently working on a book to explain how Engineering, Human Sciences (e.g., Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology), biomedical sciences (e.g., Medicine, Sports) and new domains (e.g., Art, Design, Architecture) are related and to use this as a basis for building an overarching theory of “Ergonomics & Human Factors”.