about coding stuff for education


I coded a software in the midst 1990s called Anafin for financial analysis. Basically, it is was aimed at doing portfolio optimization. I was inspired by this experience when I worked on the early design of bizformi (the Internet venture of the then European radio station BFM). I then started my online experience with a then startup Bestformation in Paris, back in the late 1990s, where they asked me to design an asynchronous course on the impac of the euro inception on firms.


Then, I designed the Chips War Game at Middlebury College (USA) in the early 2000s.

And now, it is time for www.quantumsimulations.app

Quantum Simulations video

I also built proofs of concept to provide potential answers to the challenges of education in the Covid era through open source with Humanités numériques and Ma classe en ligne.

Post-scriptum: You can see that on the top-right corner you can find a little camera. It corresponds to our own video-conferencing system, open-source!