In a more and more open and complex world, human societies, in their diversities, are yet facing the same problem: how can we live together? How can we promise a good life for all? Dominique Sciamma, Managing Director of Strate School of Design, believes that we need to embrace a new systemic approach, instead of the old Cartesian “divide to conquer” strategy, which shall be forgotten. This approach has a name: Design.
Dominique Sciamma is the Managing Director at Strate School of Design in France since 2013 and holds two Master Degree; in Computer Sciences and in Mathematics. Learn his full bio to learn more bout our keynote speaker.
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Dominique Sciamma is the Managing Director at Strate School of Design in France since 2013 and holds two Master Degree; in Computer Sciences and in Mathematics.
After an eclectic and thorough career within international companies, Dominique started working for Strate in 2002 by creating its Multimedia Department. Prior to this, he participated in the production of CD-ROMs and video games, Corporate websites, or Communication comics. As a software designer, he is the author of Rexpublisher (1999), a CMS tool. He has also created XILOG (1986); the first AI language marketed by Bull, the French Computer systems flagship company.
Also, Dominique created and directed the economics newspaper La Tribune’s digital strategy as its Electronic Edition Director, defined EDS France’s Multimedia strategy, and created a consultancy team devoted to “very complex” problems solving. As an expert in AI, he spent 2 years in Singapore between 1989 and 1991, where he headed the Bull Far East AI Department.
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