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Romain Vuillemot

Assistant Professor
École Centrale de Lyon
LIRIS Laboratory

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Profesional Experience

I defended a PhD from INSA Lyon (2010), then I was a Post-Doc at Inria Saclay 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. I joined Ecole Centrale de Lyon in 2016.

Sep 2016 - Now Assistant Professor (tenured position)
Maître de Conférences en Informatique (CN, CNU 27)
École Centrale de Lyon, France
LIRIS Lab, Lyon, France
Apr 2016 - Jul 2016 Invited Researcher
INSA Lyon, France
LIRIS Lab, Lyon, France
Aug 2013 - Mar 2016 Research Fellow
Center for International Development
Harvard University, USA
Oct 2011 - Aug 2013 Post-Doc
Inria Saclay, France
Sept 2010 - Aug 2011 Post-Doc
DB Team (Database)
LIRIS Lab, Lyon, France
Mar 2008 - Aug 2008 Invited Researcher
Human-Computer Interaction Lab
University of Maryland, USA
Sept 2006 - Dec 2010 PhD in Computer Science, INSA Lyon, France

A framework for Interactive Information Visualization

Defended on 7th, Dec. 2010

Advisor : Jean-Marie Pinon - INSA Lyon, LIRIS
Jean-Daniel Fekete, AVIZ, Inria (Reviewer)
Gaëlle Calvary, LIG, Grenoble (Reviewer)
Mountaz Hascoët, LIRMM, Montpellier (Examinator)
Alain Mille, LIRIS, University of Lyon 1 (President)
Béatrice Rumpler - LIRIS, INSA Lyon (Co-advisor)
Catherine Plaisant, HCIL, University of Maryland


2005 - 2006 Msc. in Computer Science (2nd year)
INSA Lyon, France
2004 - 2005 Msc. in Computer Science (1st year)
Université Lyon 1, France
2002 - 2003 Bsc. in Computer Science
Uppsala University, Sweden
2001 - 2002 Bsc. in Computer Science
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (Magistère), France
1999 - 2011 Bsc. in Computer Science
Université Lyon 1, France
1999 Bac Scientifique
Lycée du Parc, Lyon, France

Selected Publications

Nicolas Jacquelin, Romain Vuillemot, Stefan Duffner. Detecting Swimmers in Unconstrained Videos with Few Training Data. Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics.
Romain Vuillemot, Philippe Rivière, Anaëlle Beignon, and Aurélien Tabard. Conception d’une carte isochrone simplifiée pour visualiser l’accessibilité aux transports urbains. Cartomob'21.
Romain Vuillemot, Philippe Rivière, Anaëlle Beignon, Aurélien Tabard. Boundary Objects in Design Studies: Reflections on the Collaborative Creation of Isochrone Maps. EuroVis'21 (Computer Graphics Forum).

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Teaching Experience

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