Claude Cadoz is President of the ACROE which he founded in 1976 with Annie Luciani and Jean-Loup Florens and in which he is responsible for the scientific and artistic programme "musical and multisensory Arts".
He is the designer of the GENESIS software, addressing sound synthesis and composition thanks to the technology of mass-interaction physical modeling he coined since 1979. From 1975, he initialized the realm of virtual realities by his work on haptic gesture interactions. He was the author with Jean Loup Florens of the first force feedback gestural devices in 1978. He has directed and supervised many theses and studies courses. Claude Cadoz's musical work is a direct application of his research by Mass-Interactions physical modeling.