I am a Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar with Sheelagh Carpendale in her InnoVis group at the Interactions Lab at Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary. My research focuses on information visualization and human-computer interaction.
I am interested in supporting people in understanding and making sense of data. My dissertation research concerned understanding the benefits of using large, high-resolution displays to support this goal through interaction techniques and data visualization.
- Dagstuhl seminar
- 2018 Gairdner International Symposium
- Quick visit at Aarhus University
- Attending VIS 2018 in Berlin
- Grant reviewer for Marie Curie September 2018 call
- Talk at Tamara Munzner’s group at UBC in Vancouver, BC
- Talk at Tableau Research in Palo Alto, California
- Talk at Microsoft Research, Redmond, Washington
- Talk in Jessica Hullman and Jeff Heer’s group at University of Washington in Seattle
- ACM CHI 2018 In Montreal was super exciting!
- WHO meeting in Banff, Alberta
- VIS 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona and ISS 2017 in Brighton, UK
- I will be at CHI 2017 in Denver, Colorado
- My Marie Curie proposal is accepted!
2018 | Marie Curie Postdoctoral scholar
2017 | Postdoctoral scholar
2016 | Postdoctoral scholar
With Mikkel Jakobsen, part of BIOPRO research project. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2015 | Postdoctoral scholar
With teaching obligations at the Communication and IT study programme. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2011-2015 | Ph.D. student
Supervised by Kasper Hornbæk WallViz research project. Human Centered Computing at University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2009-2010 | Research Proposal Writer
targeting the 7th EU framework programme for research and development. Danish Innovation Institute — part of the Pera Innovation Network, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Visualization systems with multiple views are often used to represent data from different perspectives. There are many advantages in doing so, such as providing a way for users to understand a dataset by revealing its various attributes in separate views and offering additional information that could be more useful than if it was just one graph.
For this demo, we will show two interactive visualizations: Energy Futures and Pipeline Incidents. We de-signed and developed these visualizations as part of an open data initiative that aims to create interactive data visualizations to help make Canada’s energy data publicly accessible, transparent, and understandable.
Combining Ideation and Journaling to Explore to New Possibilities for Visualization on Mobile Devices
While mobile visualization is not a new concept, there is not yet much dialogue about what specifically might make this mobile visualization unique. To help trigger innovative ideas and to begin an exploration of what might be possible in mobile visualization, we propose an exploratory ideation process.
Evaluation is increasingly recognized as an essential component of visualization research. However, evaluation itself is a changing research area. In particular, the many variations of qualitative research are emerging as important empirical methods. This half-day tutorial is designed for beginning to intermediate audiences.
Evaluation is increasingly recognized as an essential component of HCI research. However, evaluation itself is a changing research area. In particular, the many variations of qualitative research are emerging as important empirical methods. This half-day tutorial is designed for beginning to intermediate audiences.
We consider the challenges and potentials for multiple views when applied in immersive analytics. The changes in physical setup of very large and possibly multiple displays, potentially combined with smaller handheld displays that can be used for both input and display augmentation, in addition to new input technologies, challenges much of current practice in multiple views.
We explore the presentation technique of visual abstraction as a form of mediation to manage content generated by the public in order to maintain a respectful discourse. We identify technological and social mediation as two dimensions within the space of content mediation, and discuss different solutions based on related work in public interactive displays and art installations.