What I do
I craft novel visual tools, to support humans in solving real-world, data-intensive problems. This work lies at the intersection of the academic fields of Information/Data Visualization (Infovis, DataViz), Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), and Design. My results are publications, prototypes, and toolkits, available online and their code open-source on GitHub. I have also interests for the combination of art, design, and visualization, to explore untapped design spaces.
Previously I was a Post-Doc at Inria Saclay (AVIZ) working on spatial and temporal visualizations. I was also Research Fellow at Harvard University (CID) working on a Macro-Economics data visualization platform called The Atlas of Economic Complexity.
- » Oct. 2019 - Théo Jaunet will present two workshop papers at IEEE VIS conference 2019 in Vancouver, BC
- » Oct. 2018 - Will travel to IEEE VIS conference 2018 in Berlin, DE
- » Apr. 2018 - Co-organized a full-day dataviz tutorial and panels sessions at TheWebConf'18 (WWW'18) in Lyon, FR
Current PhD students
Theo Jaunet (2018 - 2021 French ministry PhD fellowship)
Transparency and Explainability for Machine Learning
Liqun Liu (2018 - 2022 CSC Fellowship)
Visualizing Traffic Light Strategies in Smart Cities
Nicolas Jacquelin (2019 - 2022 CNRS scholarship)
Video Analysis for Sport Movement Analysis