I am a research scientist (CR) at INRIA in the AVIZ research group. My main research interests are: information visualization, visual analytics, computer-supported cooperative work, and human-computer interaction more generally.


October 2021: Contributions at VIS
With my students and collaborators, we contribute several paper presentations to VIS this year: 1 TVCG paper and 3 VIS full papers, among them one best paper award for Perception! Immersion! Empowerment! Superpowers as Inspiration for Visualization. I will also co-teach a tutorial on how to become a successful PC member and will co-run a meetup on Gender and Diversity at IEEE VIS. Come join us there!
May 2021: Best paper runner-up at ICBC
Our ICBC'21 paper on An empirical analysis of pool hopping behavior in the Bitcoin blockchain won the best-paper runner up award. Congrats to my student Natkamon Tovanich (who is looking for a postdoc).
March 2021: VIZBI
I gave one of the keynotes of this years VIZBI conference on the intersection of HCI and visualization.
January 2021: ACM ISS
I serve as the paper chair of the ISS conference winter submission round together with Morten Fjeld.
October 2020: IEEE VIS 2020
I attended the virtual VIS 2020 this year and had a few contributions. First I spoke on a panel at Beliv 2020 about my reflections on the future of evaluation in visualization, then I spoke at the reVISe townhall answering about the changes coming to VIS 2020, and my students and colleagues also presented some of our joint work (2 papers, 1 short paper, 2 posters) - one poster won the IEEE InfoVis VIS poster design award.
September 2020: Keynote at Mensch und Computer 2020
I gave the virtual keynote of the 2020 Mensch und Computer conference (the German HCI conference). You can see a recording here: https://youtu.be/yF3_bk6DDiM?t=3237
August 2020: Influential Scholar
I made 7th place on the 2020 AI 2000 Most Influential Scholars in Visualization list. (The top 10 most cited scholars from the top venues of this field over the past 10 years).
June 2020: New service role
I serve as the vice-chair of the IEEE VIS steering committee which provides long-term scientific and organizational oversight of the IEEE VIS conference.
March 2020: EMBER grant started
We started the ANR grant EMBER in collaboration with my researchers at Sorbonne University and the University of Bordeau. Lijie Yao started as my intern and will continue her PhD studies on situated visualizations in motion.

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