The Tactile Didactic research program at the Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR) brings together the University of Strasbourg, the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), as well as different cultural partners, both public and private, from home and abroad.

Haute école des arts du Rhin

Since January 2011, The Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR) has focused on bringing together the art schools of Strasbourg and Mulhouse, and the “Académie supérieure de musique” (university’s music academy) de Strasbourg.
The HEAR, through its third-year undergraduate and second-year postgraduate programs, aims at instructing designers in the fields of art, design, communication, and stage design as well as musicians and composers in the fields of classical, contemporary, and early music and also jazz and improvised music.

University of Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg was born through the fusion of the Louis Pasteur, Marc Bloch, and Robert Schuman Universities. As a multidisciplinary institution, its research activities and training programs cover the four sectors recognized by the Education Code: legal, economic, and managerial fields; arts and letters, humanities and social sciences; the sciences and technology; and health disciplines.


The CNRS is a public research organisation that functions as the main multidisciplinary research centre in France. The CNRS conducts research in all scientific, technological, and societal fields.


BIOMAB’s research works are based on the observation of the human body in all its diversity; life and nature in all its beauty, strength, fragility, disease, mortality and death. All this and more is what inspires BIOMAB.


Aside from the involvement of the individuals and institutions already connected to the Tactile Didactic research program, we are putting out a call for the symposiums and study sessions we organise to a large variety of specialists who can come forward to share their studies and their experience dealing with the different issues that we are exploring.


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