I am a PhD student in computer science at INRIA and CNRS in the University of Paris Saclay. I work with Emmanuel Pietriga and Caroline Appert from the ILDA team. During my studies, I interned at Microsoft Research, University of Technology of Sydney, and Diehl Aerospace.
I am interested in Human-Computer Interaction and Information Visualization. My research encompasses these fields and more specifically explores novel type of interactions, using pen touch devices to explore, understand and present multivariate data. My research vision is to lower the barriers to understand and communicate complex data, by providing more natural and efficient interactions.
Ph.D. Candidate at INRIA
Influence of Color and Size of Particles on their Perceived Speed in Node-Link Diagrams
Best Paper Award -
Best Student Paper Award
H. Romat, D. Lebout, E. Pietriga, C. Appert
Graphiz: a tool for building and personalizing graph subviews
H. Romat, C. Appert, E. Pietriga
Animated Edge Textures in Node-Link Diagrams: a Design Space and Initial Evaluation
H. Romat, C. Appert, B. Bach, N. Henry-Riche, E. Pietriga
How social cues improve the perceived affordance of another agent ?
H. Romat and MA. Williams and X. Wang and B. Johnston