I am an assisstant professor at Arizona State University in the School of Computing, Informatics, & Decision Systems (CIDSE), joining fall 2018. I received my Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Davis under the direction of Dr. Kwan-Liu Ma. My primary research is in the areas of information visualization and human-computer interaction.
| Recruiting 👀|
I am currently considering highly motivated PhD students interested in visualization and applied visual analytics research. Specific topics include:
- February ‘19: Our CHI 2019 paper has officially been accepted: TalkTraces: Real-Time Capture and Visualization of Verbal Content in Meetings (video link). A fun project, and a kind of spiritual successor to MeetingVis.
- August ‘18: Happy to announce I’m now officially an assistant professor at ASU. Go Sun Devils! ☀️ 😈
- July ‘18: Two papers I am a co-author on have been accepted at this year’s IEEE Vis conference, the top conference for visualization research.
- GraphProtector: A Visual Interface for Employing and Assessing Multiple Privacy Preserving Graph Algorithms (VAST tract)
- An Empirical Study on Perceptually Masking Privacy in Graph Visualizations (VizSec Symposium)
- April ‘18: I presented our paper at EuroVis 2018 titled Chart Constellations: Effective Chart Summarization for Collaborative and Multi‐User Analyses.
- March ‘18: Our paper entitled MeetingVis: Visual Narratives to Assist in Recalling Meeting Context and Content won an honorable mention at PacificVis 2018! In addition, I presented in the storytelling contest the project North Korea: Real or Paper Tiger?.