Théophile Mohr Durdez
Théophile grew up in France, Germany and Austria. Since his young age, he wanted to help his fellow humans with technology. Latter on, he studied at Ecole polytechnique (Paris), where he fell in love with Statistics, Machine and Deep Learning. There, he obtained a double degree with the Business School HEC (Paris).
His first accomplishment was to create a wheelchair controlled via eye-tracking for SLA disabled people. He then helped in solving complex geophysics with the use of differential equations.
In 2016, he co-founded Volta, where he was the passionate architect and inventor of Volta’s algorithms. In 2017, Théophile received the Research Award from Ecole polytechnique for the algorithms that he developed at Volta.
Théophile is hiring and leading a team of top-talents to drive Volta towards success by making a difference for operators and patients.