Jerome is assistant professor at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, teaching at the Ecole Nationale des Jeux et Media Interactifs Numériques and researcher at the CEDRIC lab, within the Human-Computer Interaction team. One of his main field of research is digital accessibility for disabled people and especially accessibility applied to video games. He is the co-founder and chairman of the working group TC14.9 on Game Accessibility at the International Federation for Information Processing.
Jerome is the president of Capgame, a non-profit association he co-founded in 2013, which is promoting game accessibility for disabled gamers. Capgame is leading different actions, from communication towards the general public and broadcasting available technical solutions (hardware and software) for disabled gamers, to consulting for game studios and training for professionals.