I'm currently doing my Ph.D in the DIVA Group, under the supervision of Prof. James R. EAGAN, at Télécom Paris, IP Paris. My research focuses on understanding how people make sense of data in their real analytic practices, with the goal to design beeter analytic tools and environments that can suit their contextual needs.
More generally, I am interested in human-computer interaction (HCI), sensemaking, information visualization, end-user programming, and tool design. Before my Ph.D., I obtained my engineering degree at Télécom Paris, majoy in Human-Computer Interaction and 3D graphics.
- HCI 909: Advanced Programming of Interactive Systems, taught by James Eagan
- INF224: Paradigmes de programmation (Programming Paradigms), taught by Eric Lecolinet
- IGR204: Visualization ,taught by James Eagan
- IGR203: Interaction Homme-Machine (Human-Computer Interaction), taught by James Eagan
- CES: Data Scientist: Visualisation des données (Information Visualisation), taught by James Eagan
- INF727: Systèmes Répartis pour le Big Data (Distributed Systems for Big Data), taught by Rémi Sharrock
/* background image -- Florence Nightingale's 'Cox Comb' or 'Rose' diagrams, which helped save lives during the Crimean War and continued to spark revolutions in health care and hygiene in hospitals worldwide.
This is a great reminder for the value and power of data visualizations. */