Oriane Morriet is a researcher on virtual reality. She graduated from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris (France) in 2016. She is now pursuing her PhD at the Université de Montréal (Canada). The title of her PhD thesis is "Writing for Virtual Reality".
Oriane is a PhD student at the University of Montréal since 2017. Directed by Professor Isabelle Raynauld, she studies the evolution of screenwriting for works using virtual reality technologies.
Oriane is the author of a research article for the French scientific journal Mise Au Point:
Mise Au Point, n°12, “Concevoir et écrire pour la réalité virtuelle : nouvelles compétences, approches et techniques de scénarisation”, 2019. Link to read the article: https://journals.openedition.org/map/3825
Oriane regularly lectures at scientific conferences to present the results of her research.
Congress FSAC-ACÉC in London, Canada (June, 2020)
Conference Technès in Montréal, Canada (September, 2019)
Conference PROJEKT in Nîmes, France (March, 2018)
Grants & Awards
Oriane has been rewarded for her dedication to research and scientific projects with several prestigious grants and awards.
A few distinctions:
Grant for excellence from the Université of Montréal (2020)
Gerald Pratley Award (2019)
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (2018)
Ecole Normale Supérieure de paris (2011-2016)
Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle (2011-2014)
Lycée Henri-IV in Paris (2011-2014)