Jean was involved in the first six months of Vittascience's life, and contributed a lot to the creation of the first kit: the Solar Balloon. He was very involved in going to classes and testing in real-life situations, in order to make the kit evolve into what it is today!
Alex was involved in the first six months of Vittascience's life, and was the first to imagine the integration of microcontrollers and programming in our kits. Today these notions are at the heart of all our content!
Eric was involved in the first six months of Vittascience's life, and helped to become the winner of the 2016 Social Cup thanks to a stunning pitch 😉
Valentin contributed to Vittascience in the fall of 2016, in order to improve educational content and imagine the future of Vittascience.
Lorène was the pillar of the sales and marketing part for 2 years at Vittascience, from early 2017 to early 2019. Beyond her many ideas that transformed Vittascience, she was able to federate a community of several hundred teachers!
Morgane has been a Vittascience ambassador at several educational events, including Ludovia 2018 and Car Tec-Inno 2018!
Adrien helped write educational resources in 2018, which you can still find in the Resource section today!
Renaud was Vittascience's first developer in spring/summer 2018. In the span of a few months, he was able to lay a solid foundation on which the entire platform still rests today!
Tom created many blocks on the Arduino interface during his two month internship in spring 2019. Maybe you've already used some of "his" blocks without realizing it!
Yanis helped improve Vittascience's descriptions and visuals during his internship in the spring of 2019. The site is much clearer thanks to him!
Océane laid the foundations for the Vittascience resource section during her internship in the summer of 2019.
Rémi made the platform much more flexible during his internship in spring/summer 2020. If you can use Vittascience on your tablet and smartphone, it's mainly thanks to him!
Maxence is a developer at Vittascience. He worked on the first versions of the interface as early as 2018 and continues to upgrade the platform ever since!
Fahmi is a high school teacher and wrote resources for Vittascience (more than 100!) to facilitate access to electronics and programming for beginners.
Former full-time developer on the Vittascience interface from 2019 to 2021, he was the Swiss Army knife of the team.
Karl was a developer at Vittascience - he laid the foundation for the wiring simulator for programming interfaces.
Taha is a student engineer in Telecommunications. He contributed to the development of Vittascience's interfaces during his internship in the summer of 2021.