Projet QuBobs

Sophie Laplante is professor of Computer Science at Université de Paris and member of the IRIF research lab. She is a specialist in quantum and classical computational complexity and algorithms. She heads the [[|Algorithms and Complexity]] team at IRIF and is a member of PCQC (Paris Center for Quantum Computing). She is the scientific coordinator of this project.

Lou Vettier is an independent designer, a graduate of the Boulle school in product design (2016). She likes to create objects and devices that help explain some of the more obscure aspects of technology, and to develop data collection tools to visualise complex information. Her approach consists of demystifying complex topics in various areas, such as Artificial Intelligence or Quantum Computing.

Sylvie Tissot is Computer Science Engineering graduate of Telecom SudParis. Before starting her own business [[|Anabole]], she was a computer science researcher at Alstom. Her customers include SMEs, large corporations, and cultural institutions. She regularly runs workshops at art and design schools (ENSCI-les-Ateliers, Ensad, Camondo). A member of the board of directors of Le Cube, she participates in various popularization activities on digital challenges. She also spends part of her time working on research projects on programming principles, in collaboration with research labs (LIMSI, ENSADLab).

Loris Perez is a pianist and composer with an interest in the interplay between music and mathematics. He joins the team to develop an audio representation of the qubobs which will be used in the digital part of the project and for the videos.