Khairi Reda

Assistant Professor
School of Informatics and Computing
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Khairi Reda

Greetings!

I'm an Assistant Professor in the department of Human-Centered Computing at IUPUI. My research interests are centered on data visualization and human-computer interaction: I design, develop, and evaluate novel visual interfaces to help people see, interact with, and make sense of data.

News
Indiana bound: I'm joining the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI as an Assistant Professor in Human-Centered Computing, starting this August!
Our paper on evaluating and modeling the exploratory behavior of visualization users will appear in Information Visualization.
Our work on detecting perceptually-separable patterns in visualizations received the Robert G. Sachs Award at Argonne's Postdoctoral Research Symposium.
I will be giving an invited talk on visualizing large-scale 'omics data at the EarthCube ECOGEO workshop in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Our BioVis'15 paper on scalable comparative genome visualization will be published as a journal paper in BMC Bioinformatics.
I presented our experimental work on the impact of display size and resolution on insight acquisition in visualizations at CHI'15 in Seoul.