Trevor Hogan is a Lecturer at CIT, Ireland. The aim of his research is to describe how embodiment influences an audience’s experience of data representation. His work may be situated in the field of Interactive Design, at the intersection of Tangible Computing, HCI and InfoVis.
Uta Hinrichs is a Lecturer at the University of St Andrews, UK. Her work focuses on designing and studying the use and experience of interactive systems that facilitate the exploration of (cultural) data collections from academic, leisurely, and artistic perspectives.
Yvonne Jansen is a CNRS research scientist at Sorbonne Universités / Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France. Her research focuses on how people engage, perceive, and interact with data physicalizations. She has co-organized workshops on similar topics at IEEE VIS’14, ACM CHI’15, ACM TEI'16 and DRS’16.
Samuel Huron is an associate professor at Mines-Télécom ParisTech / Université Paris Saclay, France. His research focus on the design process of visual representation, design methods apply to research and computer human interaction.
Pauline Gourlet is a PhD student at Paris 8 & EnsadLab, France. Her research focuses on the design of reflective tools for educational environments, seeking to engage learners in reflective processes through non-verbal channels.
Eva Hornecker is a Professor in Human-Computer Interaction at the Bauhaus-Universitat Weimar, Germany. Her research investigates user experience and social interactions with tangible and embodied interaction. Her work is interdisciplinary and connects technology, social sciences, arts and design.
Bettina Nissen is a Research Associate in Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Her research practice explores data engagement through situated digital fabrication as participative data making experiences.