Tifanie Bouchara is currently Assistant Professor at the CEDRIC laboratory (CNAM, Paris) where she is implied in several projects about video game accessibility for blind people, cross-cultural auditory interfaces and scientific data sonification. Her research interests include auditory and multimodal interfaces, audio gaming, and multisensory perception. She received two master degrees, one in « Image and Sound » from Brest University, the other in « Acoustics, Signal Processing and Computer Science for Music » from IRCAM-UPMC before she received a Ph.D degree on Computer Science from the Paris-Sud University/ LIMSI laboratory (France) in 2012 for her work on human factors in audiovisual interfaces. She pursued with a postdoctoral fellowship on auditory saliency of vocal announces for the european AAL I’City For All project. Since 2017, she's an associated member of the ViDOCK project.