Ph.D. student, Université Grenoble Alpes
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Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble
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I am currently in third year of PhD under the supervision of Georges-Pierre Bonneau, Renaud Blanch and Romain Vergne. The subject of my PhD is Temporal Data Visualization in Natural Environments.
The goal of my thesis is to enable non-expert users to visually analyse time varying data, directly linked to their environment. Standard methods from visualization are often designed for expert users and hence are not relevant here. The adaptation of the visualisation to the level of knowledge of the user is one of the main challenges of this subject. The temporal properties of the data provide another challenge, especially when multiple time scales must be taken into account. Practical applications of this project include amont others the visualization of energy consumption in a private home. We are considering methods that allow users to modify virtually their behavior and to visualize the changes on the consumption.
Selected publications [all]
Activelec: an Interaction-Based Visualization System to Analyze Household Electricity Consumption (2017)
In Workshop Vis in Practice - Visualization Solutions in the Wild, IEEE VIS 2017, Oct 2017, Phoenix, United States.
Wambecke, Bonneau, Blanch, Vergne