- NSERC/Essilor Industrial Research Chair in Visual Function of Montréal University, School of Optometry, Quebec, Canada.
- Visual Psychophysics and Perception Laboratory, School of Optometry, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Jocelyn Faubert is a full professor at the School of Optometry of Université de Montréal. He also holds the NSERC-Essilor Industrial Research Chair on Visual Function (since 2003). His research interests are diverse dealing from low- to highlevel perceptual and cognitive processing, human performance, development, aging, optics and photonics spanning from a fundamental perspective to translational research. He has published numerous research articles in peer-review outlets in various fields including experimental psychology, sports science, vision, neuroscience, engineering, optics-photonics, rehabilitation, development and aging. He has 19 distinct patents spanning from biophotonics, brain imaging, optical designs, and behavioural procedural methods for which the great majority have been licensed or sold to companies such as Essilor and CogniSens. He was also founder of two spinoff companies and a not for profit organization that is focused on the translational research related to the use of the NeuroTracker System and other technologies originally developed in his laboratory. The NeuroTracker system is now deployed globally on all the main continents and has close to 400000 individual users worldwide. It is used in most of the major sports leagues around the world, Special Forces in the US military and numerous Universities and medical centers.