Modern software makes it much easier to readily access vast amounts of data, but it is still difficult to make sense of it all. My research focuses on empowering users to better manage this information by using information visualization techniques to help them make sense of the data, and through end-user programming to help them better take control of the software that acts as the guardian between the user and the data.
- making software more malleable (webstrates, codestrates, scotty)
- multi-surface interaction on large datasets
- end-user programming and information awareness (The Buzz)
- information visualization (software, network, algorithm)
I am always looking for strong, motivated Ph.D. students and post-docs to work with. If you’re interested in conducting high-quality research in multi-surface interaction, information visualization, or end-user programming, please contact me: james.eagantelecom-paristechfr.