(Fab)Lab Digiscope

(FAB)LAB DIGISCOPE is a fabrication laboratory dedicated to research in sciences | design | education | art | engineering and what ever field of research you come from. Open to Everyone. Book now!

(FAB)LAB DIGISCOPE is a fabrication laboratory dedicated to research in sciences | design | education | art | engineering and what ever field of research you come from. Open to Everyone. Book now!
(FAB)LAB DIGISCOPE is a fabrication laboratory dedicated to research in sciences | design | education | arts | engineering and what ever field of research you come from. We host Fab Academy and Bio Academy. We host Digital Fabrication Classes for EITC Master. Open to Everyone since the beginning. Fablab Digiscope started in 2013 when Aviz-INRIA research team director Jean-Daniel Fekete and colleague researcher Pierre Dragicevic hired Romain Di Vozzo as a R&D Engineer to be the fablab manager of what would later become an attractive place on the new Campus Paris-Saclay. Fablab Digiscope is part of the Digiscope Project, a network of 10 high-performance platforms for interactive visualization of large datasets and complex computation for which Michel Beaudouin-Lafon is the scientific Director. Fablab Digiscope is mutualised between 10 institutions involved in research and education. Romain Di Vozzo runs and develops Fablab Digiscope everyday, trains publics, designs objects, shares creative thoughts, gives advices on designs, etc. Romain also actively collaborates to the globally distributed fablab network and with the Fab Foundation by operating as Fab Academy SuperNode, as Instructor for Fab Academy and Bio Academy, by giving conferences and workshops in France and abroad and by performing very small tasks that make the fablab network grow.

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(Fab)Lab Digiscope is based in France

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