Erik Aliocha Anzi – Founder, associate – Creative director

In 1978, after working as an illustrator for 10 years in press and publishing, Erik entered the film and television industry in the United States and Europe as a concept artist and scriptwriter. He has worked as an art director for independent production companies in New York and Los Angeles and has participated as an illustrator in films such as Alien (1979), Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Blade Runner (1982). From 1988, he focuses on storyboarding, screenplay and production, mainly in Europe. In 2010, Erik left the film industry to devote himself to personal projects in illustration, production and writing. In 2016, he imagined the HUMANEUS Center and now devotes himself full-time to their development.

Stéphane Kalla – Founder, associate – Strategy and development director for research and teaching

Doctor in Philosophy-Human Sciences, graduate of Jean Moulin Lyon III University, is Professor of Philosophy and French as a Foreign Language, but also researcher in Human Sciences. Currently in charge of educational and linguistic cooperation (Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs), he has during his missions abroad designed scientific and cultural projects promoting the establishment of strategic partnerships in the fields of education and research by systematically promoting the virtues of interdisciplinarity. Convinced of the need to increase effective collaborations between heterogeneous disciplinary fields, he directs a research group and a collection of books dedicated to Philosophy and interdisciplinarity: ATOMOS (Lyon, France).
Stéphane Kalla has been working on the design and creation of the HUMANEUS Center since the start of the project, more specifically, he is responsible for the development of the Leibniz Institute. In addition, Stéphane oversees partnerships at the international level.

Mathieu Maurer Vuille – Founder, associate – Financial director

Former elite athlete and holder of a Master’s degree in Management from HEC, Mathieu Maurer Vuille is a Swiss entrepreneur active in the fields of computer science and Web design. Web designer from 1998, IT specialist from 2003 and company manager from 2006, Mathieu is always eager to find new challenges. He joined Three Golden Doors in 2017 as financial director and head of web development.

Erik Aliocha Anzi – Founder, associate – Creative director

In 1978, after working as an illustrator for 10 years in press and publishing, Erik entered the film and television industry in the United States and Europe as a concept artist and scriptwriter.

He has worked as an art director for independent production companies in New York and Los Angeles and has participated as an illustrator in films such as Alien (1979), Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Blade Runner (1982).

From 1988, he focuses on storyboarding, screenplay and production, mainly in Europe. In 2010, Erik left the film industry to devote himself to personal projects in illustration, production and writing.

In 2016, he imagined the HUMANEUS Center and now devotes himself full-time to their development.

Stéphane Kalla – Founder, associate – Strategy and development director for research and teaching

Doctor in Philosophy-Human Sciences, graduate of Jean Moulin Lyon III University, is Professor of Philosophy and French as a Foreign Language, but also researcher in Human Sciences.

Currently in charge of educational and linguistic cooperation (Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs), he has during his missions abroad designed scientific and cultural projects promoting the establishment of strategic partnerships in the fields of education and research by systematically promoting the virtues of interdisciplinarity.

Convinced of the need to increase effective collaborations between heterogeneous disciplinary fields, he directs a research group and a collection of books dedicated to Philosophy and interdisciplinarity: ATOMOS (Lyon, France).

Stéphane Kalla has been working on the design and creation of the HUMANEUS Center since the start of the project, more specifically, he is responsible for the development of the Leibniz Institute. In addition, Stéphane oversees partnerships at the international level.

Mathieu Maurer Vuille – Founder, associate – Financial director

Former elite athlete and holder of a Master’s degree in Management from HEC, Mathieu Maurer Vuille is a Swiss entrepreneur active in the fields of computer science and Web design.

Web designer from 1998, IT specialist from 2003 and company manager from 2006, Mathieu is always eager to find new challenges.

He joined Three Golden Doors in 2017 as financial director and head of web development.