Update (1 June 2018): I am currently on a personal leave of absence and don't take on new students.
I'm an assistant professor at the Institute of Computing at the University of Campinas (Unicamp). I received a PhD in 2013 and an MSc degree in 2008, both in Computer Science, and both from Unicamp. I hold a "Diplom" (roughly equivalent to an MSc) in "Wirtschaftsinformatik" (Business Informatics) from TU Darmstadt. My research focus is mainly on Human-Computer Interaction and Interaction Design, investigating how people use technology to interact with each other. At the moment, I'm mostly interested in the pragmatics of interaction, i.e. in how people express and understand intentions mediated by technology.
- MC750: Construção de Interfaces Homem-Computador (enrolled students access slides, assignments, etc. on Google Classroom)
- MO645/MC986: Projeto de Interfaces de Usuário (enrolled students access slides, assignments, etc. on Google Drive)
ResearchExamples of previous work, including unfinished stuff and student work. Most are rough ideas and proofs of concept, some have been developed further and published elsewhere.
- Small data visualization "experiments", largely inspired by Inspired by a TED talk of Hans Rosling
- A word cloud visualization, animated over time
- An animated network graph visualizing quantitative aspects of the evolution of a community of practice
- An attempt to visualize what is going on in a community of practice
- Interaction/UX design examples
Institute of Computing, University of Campinas (Unicamp)
Av. Albert Einstein, 1251
13083-852 - Campinas - SP - Brazil
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