portrait_Alice-GiordaniAlice is a creative e-textile enthusiast, interested in embedded systems, Internet of Things, wearables and new interactions.
She is graduated in Information Systems Engineering, and since has been working as Freelance Web Developer and Programming teacher in French Engineering schools.

Currently based in Paris, she is a core member of Datapaulette, a textile hackerspace where she experiments textile and digital technologies. She organize workshops in maker events or schools, as ENSAIT (Textile engineering in Roubaix, France) and La Fabrique (CCI, île de France, Paris). She spend her time between her work as teacher, hacking and meeting people that are innovating in wearables or more. She recently developped a brand new formation, “Matières créatives et connectées”, dedicated to french industrials from the fields of Textile, Fashion and Leather, as part of the OPCALIA’s EDEC numérique program. Sensitive to the technological evolutions, she thinks that’s important to create several sustainable and innovative art+tech works.




Teaching !