Public scholar: Simon Dubé


Simon Dubé

Why do people want to have sex and intimate relationships with machines? 

Simon Dubé is a PhD candidate in Psychology specializing in human sexuality, sextech, and Erobotics – the study of human-machine erotic interaction and co-evolution. His work also explores Space Sexology, and how we can integrate sex research into space programs. He completed his BA in Psychology at the Université de Montréal. He is a student representative of the International Academy of Sex Research and a general co-Chair of the International Congress on Love & Sex with Robots. His doctoral research is funded by the Fonds de Recherche du Québec Santé (FRQS).


Discipline

Psychology

Languages

French. English

Supervisor

Aaron Johnson, David Vachon



Simon Dubé: Bringing sex to the final frontier: from erobotics to space sexology


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