👋🏼 I am a PhD student in Computer Science at WPI. I worked in the View Lab, advised by Prof. Lane Harrison. My research interests are at the intersection of data visualization design, evaluation, and Human-Computer Interaction, across languages and cultures.
I design experiments and interactive user interfaces, and combine quantitative and qualitative methods to model how people explore, talk about, reason with, and design visual representation of information, and how that might vary in different cultural contexts.
Prior to WPI, I was a research associate at the University of Passau, Germany, working on cloud computing security, and data visualization for cybersecurity. And before that, I received a national degree in telecommunication engineering from the Higher-School of Communication of Tunis, Tunisia.
|Aug 4, 2023||Our paper, Beyond English: Centering Multilingualism in Data Visualization has been accepted at the Visualization for Social Good workshop at VIS 2023.|
|Feb 15, 2023||For the next six months, I will be a visiting researcher at the Data Visualization and Analysis group at the University of Konstanz, Germany.|
|Oct 21, 2022||I accepted to serve as a Student Volunteers Co-Chair for IEEE VIS 2023.|
- Beyond English: Centering Multilingualism in Data VisualizationWorkshop on Visualization for Social Good, 2023
- Probablement, Wahrscheinlich, Likely ? A Cross-Language Study of How People Verbalize Probabilities in Icon Array VisualizationsIEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2022
- VisQuiz: Exploring Feedback Mechanisms to Improve Graphical PerceptionIEEE Visualization and Visual Analytics (VIS), 2022
- Investigating the Use of Native and Secondary Language with Data Visualization in Madagascar2022