If you're interested in doing a Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction in Lyon, get in touch! We have regular openings on funded projects, and our labs funds excellent 4 candidates every year (application deadline in May/June). The usual process to join us, is to intern with us or visit during or after your Masters degree.
We are looking for a Ph.D. student to work on place and activity-centric services for libraries. PLACED aims at designing digital services to capture the new type of activities happening in libraries, e.g. public reading, hackathons, meetups, etc., and integrate these activities to library collections. The Ph.D. will focus on the design of ambient visualisations embedded in the library and accounting for past, present, and future events happening there.
We are looking for a post-doc in HCI / UX research within the REPI project. The post-doc will work Activity Based Computing in high-schools, either on the technical aspects, or the adoption and appropriation of such technology in high-schools. We are looking for people with either Psychology, Design, Human-Factors, Learning or Computer Science backgrounds.
Our goal within the project it to link Activity Based Computing to Orchestration and Macro-Scripting.
The Post-doc will have the opportunity to conduct their own research within the project frame, to collaborate with a Ph.D. student working on the technical aspects of the project. Supervision of master students is also to be expected.
Our lab has funding for visitors. Just get in touch if you would like to work with us for a few months.
Usually posted around November, contact me if you have ideas.
Augmented Reality in Museums
2017-01-07 – Visualisation, Augmented Reality, Museums
- Description (in French). In collaboration with the startup Museopic.
Emotion Visualisation in MOOCs
2017-01-07 – Visualisation, Emotions, Learning, MOOCS
- Description (in French). In collaboration with the University of McGill.
Contact me if you have ideas, I supervise theses on my topics of interests. At the moment:
- Place- and Activity-Centric Services for libraries or museums
- Capturing, organizing and visualizing personal activity
- Data physicalization
- Collaboration in multi-surface environments