Yannis Haralambous - Atelier Fluxus Virus

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Yannis Haralambous is doing research on the typesetting and electronic publishing of scholarly and oriental languages since 1989. His main area of development is around the TeX typesetting tool; he is the co-developer of Omega, a Unicode extension of TeX. His company, Atelier Fluxus Virus, is specialized in the high quality typesetting of books with special needs, like dictionaries, critical editions, etc. Yannis Haralambous lives in Lille, France, is maried and has a daughter called Ernestine (2 years). Apart from typography and TeX, he is interested in languages, music and photography.

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