I received in 2005 the Industrial Engineering degree from the INSA Lyon
(National Institute of Applied Sciences) and the MS degree in Computer Science from the University of Lyon, in France.
In 2008, I obtained the Phd degree in Computer Science from the INSA Lyon. This PhD thesis was achieved at the LIESP Laboratory
and was supported by the French Research Ministry (MENRT grant). I was a teaching assistant at the INSA Lyon, first at the First
Cycle Department (2005-2008) and then at the Computer Sciences and Engineering Department (2008-2009). Since September 2009,
I am an Associate Professor in Computer Science at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, IAE Lyon,
and at the LIRIS Laboratory,
SICAL team. I am a Visiting Professor at the McGill University (ATLAS Lab) from January to August 2016. My research interests include several topics:
Self-Regulated Learning Environments, Learner Engagement, Reflexive Visualization and Adaptive Gamification, in the
fields of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
A post-doc position is available. See the description (here).
The 11th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2016) will take place in Lyon, France (13-16 september 2016).
Our paper L’engagement et la persistance dans les dispositifs de formation en ligne : regards croisés has been published online.
The EmoViz project (Supporting Learners’ Regulation based on Visualization of Emotional Information) has been accepted!
The partners: Université McGill (Susanne Lajoie, Maedeh Kazemi, Tenzin Doleck), Université de Genève (Gaëlle Molinari, Sunny Avry), Université Lyon 1 (Aurélien Tabard, Rubiela Carillo Rozo), Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 (Elise Lavoué).
Funded by Région Rhônes-Alpes.
Our chapter Grand Challenge Problem 2: Adaptive Awareness for Social Regulation of Emotions in Online Collaborative Learning Environments is now available!