I finished my computer science studies in March 2006, and am currently a researcher at 国立情報学研究所 (National Insitute of Informatics) in 東京 (Tokyo, Japan). I enjoy meeting diverse people and sharing enriching experiences; luckily opportunities are numerous thanks to business trips within Japan or abroad. Anyway I regularly gather some of the gret people I met, notably with the Great People gatherings.


I regularly meet people I appreciate very much, and sometimes even admire. I try to gather many of them twice a year with what I dubbed Great People gatherings.

Great People gatherings
The Great People gatherings aim to put together people who have multifarious qualities, an exceptional background, and who can enjoy each other. Participants are incited to come accompanied with someone they consider great, so that everybody can enjoy, and benefit from, his or her acquaintance.

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I mainly studied computer science in France, and graduated as a Ph.D. in Japan in March 2006. However I also studied psychology in France for a short period in 2002 and 2003.

Computer science
I studied computer science in France, and specialized in the field of virtual reality before going to Japan to start Ph.D. studies in wearable computing. My studies in computer science ended in March 2006 when I graduated from 総合研究大学院大学 (Sokendai).

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I am currently a research.

What incited me to do research? I never had the dream to become a researcher. I opted for research because I had the opportunity to get involved in a topic covering several of my centers of interest (cultures, quality of life, technology). I hope that my research will have an impact on, and will be useful to, society. I also enjoy being the first to investigate some questions.

What does my work bring me? This job provides me with a great freedom of thought, to be creative, to have opportunities to meet people from various situations and personlities, to communicate about my work. The work also allows me to work without giving up my own motivations.