In July 9th 2020 I obtained a doctoral degree in computer science under the supervision of Charles Consel after three years at Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest and at the LaBRI within the Phoenix Team. Since November 2020, I am in post-doc at Télécom Paris within DIVA Group working on visual analytics support for hybrid human-machine decision making processes in the context of home care.
My Ph.D. thesis was about proposing tooled approaches dedicated to the development of assited living services. My work was used within the HomeAssist project to help professional programmers and caregivers develop services that support independent living of older adluts.
My research interests include but are not limited to: software engineering, pervasive computing, ambient intelligence, smart homes, human-computer interaction, end-user development, information visualization, etc.
Developed a range of assisted living applications, deployed in the home of 140 seniors
Desgined and developed a wizard-based interface that allows caregivers to customize context-aware services without programming
Developed a visualization tool for carers to monitor activities of seniors in their homes
Created 3D simulations models of home automation scenarios to prevent falls of older adults