Born in Montreal, Canada. Hyperactive by nature, Camille Moussette likes the blurry connections between humans, atoms and bits. He holds a Physics degree, a bachelor in Industrial Design, a Masters in Interaction Design and a Ph.D. in Industrial Design. His work experience includes microelectronics R&D (IBM and NRC Canada), web consulting and various involvement in projects ranging from building architectural snow structures in Scandinavia and Italy, to exploring the design of new haptic interfaces at Microsoft Research. His Ph.D. thesis titled Simple Haptics explores the intersection of Interaction Design and Haptics, and helps make haptics concrete, graspable, sensible and approachable for designers. Camille has been teaching classes in Experience Prototyping, Hardware Sketching and Design Ethnography at the Umeå Institute of Design in Sweden since 2007.