Since Decembre 2019, I am a postdoctoral researcher advised by Jean-Daniel Fekete in the Aviz team of Inria, also part of Université Paris-Saclay.

I am interested in information visualization, network visual analysis, and interactions with a focus on designing scalable techniques or systems that enable interactive exploration of large or complex datasets. I am currently working on progressive visualization for network exploration.



2020-10-26 Our entry for the VAST Challenge 2020 Mini-Challenge 1 received an award. Take a look at the entry here.
2019-11-26 I defended my thesis (manuscript).
2019-07-04 An extended version of our hierarchical parallel coordinate paper was accepted by the Big Data Research journal.
2019-04-20 PacificVis 2019: trip to Bangkok, Thailand to present CorFish.
2018-10-07 Dagstuhl Seminar on Progressive Data Analysis and Visualization, Germany.

Recent publications

CorFish: Coordinating Emphasis Across Multiple Views Using Spatial Distortion #

2019 IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2019

Enabling Hierarchical Exploration for Large-Scale Multidimensional Data with Abstract Parallel Coordinates #

BigVis, Workshop of EDBT/ICDT 2018, 2018

Visual Exploration of Large Multidimensional Data Using Parallel Coordinates on Big Data Infrastructure #

Informatics, 2017
Full list here.



Set of tools developed as part of our submission to the Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST) Challenge 2020 (Mini Challenge 1).

LonGenEx (DALIA)

Visual exploration tool for longitudinal gene expression data from vaccine trials


Interactive web application based on abstract parallel coordinates for exploring multidimensional data.