A community for tinnitus care
Siopi shows you which therapies have worked the best for people who have tinnitus symptoms similar to yours. Share a testimony to connect with others.
it takes less than 10 minutes
Building a meaningful community
Siopi is now an invite-only community
Join the community
People have already created their profiles
Daily, we have new people coming to share their experiences with tinnitus.
Therapies created to share testimonies
Learn about therapies that have helped others and how they worked for them.
Testimonies have been shared
Connect with those having similar tinnitus symptoms as yours.
They support us
Official partnership with the patients association France Acouphènes.
Société Française D'orl.
Awarded the “prize of innovation” of The Hearing Science Day, from Société Française D’ORL (SFORL).
Awarded the “Deep Tech” label & “Emergence French Tech Grant” from BPI France.
Accelerated by French Public Accelerator Wilco.
Official partnership with digital medial support.
Meet the team
Louis Korczowski 🇫🇷
Robin Guillard 🇫🇷
Mazen Halawi 🇱🇧
Senior Mobile Developer
Zaheer Jan 🇵🇰
Carlos Ferrer 🇲🇽
Adam Hessas 🇫🇷
What does the Siopi app allows to do?
Meet people with similar symptoms and no longer be drowned in irrelevant information. Find out what therapies people have tried and what worked for them.
Is Siopi free?
Yes, and it will remain so forever. The content in Siopi is created by the community, for the community.
How is personal data managed?
The data will not be shared for commercial purposes. It may be used for advanced public research, in which case it will anonymize as long as you give your consent. And second, improve the app via internal research which may be the subject of scientific publications or communication. The data, in this case, is pseudonymized.
Who is behind Siopi?
The founders are Robin Guillard (doctoral student and engineer from the Ecole Polytechnique) and Louis Korczowski (engineer, doctor in signal processing, and researcher). Siopi also has a technical team, software engineers, and data scientists.
How is Siopi financed?
The app is funded by a Lopez-Loreta grant obtained by Robin Guillard for his work on tinnitus. Also, we have subsidies and aid from the French government via the BPI.
Is there a desktop version?
For now, Siopi's app is only available on mobile and tablet.