Remco Chang


Associate Professor
Tufts University
Computer Science


Halligan Hall 221
161 College Avenue
Medford, MA 02155
(Office) 617-627-3681
(Lab) 617-627-6514
remco_at_cs.tufts.edu


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Teaching

2015 Fall: Visualization

2016 Spring: Visualization Seminar

2016 Spring: Computer Graphics

Recent Activities

Professor Ottley!

Congratulations to Alvitta Ottley, who will be an assistant professor in the Compuer Science department at Washington University in St. Louis in August 2016!

 

Professor Crouser!

Congratulations to Jordan Crouser, who is an assistant professor in the Stats and Data Science department at Smith College in August 2015!

 

Professor Brown!

Congratulations to Eli Brown, who is an assistant professor in the CS department at DePaul University starting in January 2016!

 

Professor Harrison!

Congratulations to Lane Harrison, who is an assistant professor in the CS department at WPI starting in July 2015!

 
 

Recent Publications

Medical Decision Making

User study and visualization tool (PROACT) to help prostate cancer patients understand their personal health risk.

InfoVis 2016 (pdf)

 

Adaptive Prefeching

Database system design that adaptively prefetches data to support interactive visual exploration and analysis

SIGMOD 2016 (pdf)

 

Research Overview

Fields Institute (2015)

Talk at the Fields Institute on Big Data Visual Analytics. Includes work on ForeCache, Finding Waldo, and Weber's Law Perceptual Modeling. (video)

 

MIT CSAIL (2012)

Talk at the HCI Seminar at MIT CSAIL on LOC, interaction logging, and interactive metric learning. (video)


Research Topics

Big Data Visual Analytics

Techniques and systems for interactive visual exploration of large databases

(sigmod16) (bd13) (ivi08)


Interactive Visual Machine Learning

Combine machine learning with interactive visual analysis.

(vast12) (isvc10) (cgf09)


User Interaction Analysis

Analysis of interaction logs to recover reasoning process and intent.

(chi15) (vast14) (chi10) (cga09)


Visualization Theory

Theory of information visualization and evaluation methods.

(chi15) (vda15) (vis14) (cga09)


Individual Differences

Model and predict user behavior based on their cognitive states and traits

(infovis15) (chi15) (chi13) (chi13) (vast11)



Recent Grants

DARPA (2017-2021)

User-Driven Model Steering and Curation via Inference from Interaction and Model-Space Sampling

Tufts (2016-2017)

A Cohort to Capture Behavior Change and Personalized Dietary Patterns

NSF CAREER (2015-2020)

Analyzing Interactions in Visual Analytics for User and Data Modeling

Tufts/Army (2015-2016)

Analyzing Users’ Gaze and Mouse Interactions in Bayesian Reasoning Tasks

NSF IIS (2012-2016)

Toward Objective, In-Situ, and Generalizable Evaluation of Visual Analytics by Integrating Brain Imaging with Cognitive Factors Analysis



Recent Talks

(04-03-2017) Draper
(02-15-2017) MIT CSAIL Graphics Seminar
(12-08-2016) University of Arizona
(12-06-2016) Arizona State
(11-10-2016) Washington DC
(03-09-2016) Bently University
(02-29-2016) KAUST
(01-12-2016) Middlesex University London
(01-06-2016) University College London (UCL)
(10-19-2015) UMass Amherst
(10-16-2015) Baylor University
(10-08-2015) Brown University
(02-26-2015) Fields Institute (U Toronto)
(01-20-2015) MIT SEAri Workshop
(10-10-2014) WPI
(08-08-2014) MIT SEAri
(07-03-2014) Sandia National Lab
(07-02-2014) Los Alamos National Lab
(06-16-2014) Pacific Northwest National Lab
(06-05-2014) Dagstuhl Workshop
(05-02-2014) Tufts Research Day
(02-18-2014) MIT Lincoln Lab