Sarah Fdili Alaoui is an associate professor at LRI - University Paris Saclay in human-computer Interaction and dance. She is a choreographer, a dancer and a Laban movement analyst. Before her current position, she was a researcher at the School of Interactive Arts+Technology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. Her background is in applied mathematics and computer science and classical and contemporary dance. She holds a PhD in art and science from University Paris-Sud 11 and IRCAM-Centre Pompidou. Sarah has initiated many art and science projects, in collaboration with other dancers, choreographers, researchers and designers to create interactive dance performances, interactive installations, as well as systems for supporting choreography and dance learning and documentation.