Fekete, Jean Daniel

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Jean Daniel Fekete

Jean Daniel Fekete is a member of the INRIA.

His Research Topics are

  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Tools and Architectures for Human Computer Interaction
  • Multimodal Interaction
  • Information Visualization

He has developed the InfoVis Toolkit, which is a Interactive Graphics Toolkit written in Java to ease the development of Information Visualization applications and components.

Curriculum Vitae of Jean-Daniel Fekete[edit]

Current Position

Full Professor, Directeur de Recherche 2e Classe INRIA Futurs, LRI University Paris Sud, F91405 Orsay Cedex, France Email: Jean-Daniel.Fekete@inria.fr insitu.lri.fr/~fekete


Habilitation à diriger les recherches (Tenure): « Nouvelle génération d’Interfaces Homme-Machine pour mieux agir et mieux comprendre »—Univ. d’Orsay Paris Sud. Jury:Joëlle Coutaz, Prof. Univ. of Grenoble II, Saul Greenberg, Prof. Univ. of Calgary, Canada, Ben Shneiderman, Prof. Univ. of Maryland, USA, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Prof. Univ. Paris XI, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Prof. Univ. Paris VI, Guy Mélançon, Prof. Univ. Montpellier III, Claude Puech, Prof. Univ. Grenoble II. May 2005

Ph.D. in Computer Science Lab. De Recheche en Informatique (LRI) University Paris Sud, Orsay, France. Thesis advisor: Michel Beaudouin-Lafon Feb 1996

DEA in Computer Science University of Paris 11, Saint Denis, France. Sep 1989


Visiting Professor Human Computer Interaction Laboratory University of Maryland, College Park, USA Aug. 01 – Aug. 02

Director of the “Interactive Design and Modeling” group Ecole des Mines de Nantes 46, rue Alfred Kastler, La Chantrerie NANTES, France 4 researchers and 8 students Nov. 00 – Jul. 01

Visiting scientist Human Computer Interaction Lab University of Maryland at College Park Developed the “Excentric Labeling” technique for displaying dense labels in information visualization and cartography Jul. - Aug. 98

Assistant Professor in the “Interactive Design and Modeling” group Ecole des Mines de Nantes Sep 96 – Sep. 01

PhD student Lab. De Recherche en Informatique (LRI) University of Paris South, Orsay, France. PhD advisor: Michel Beaudouin-Lafon Sep 89 - Feb 96

Principal software architect of the “Tic Tac Toon” professional animation system 2001 S.A. Company, France. Supervision of 8 developers Sep. 89 – Sep. 95

Definition of a Digital Typography Curriculum Ecole Superieure Estienne des Arts et Industries Graphiques Paris 89-95

Software Developer and co founder of C2V French Startup developing systems for Computer assisted medical diagnosis Supervision of 3 developers Jan. 87 – Sep 89

Military service Dec. 86 – Dec.87

Research Assistant Distributed Operating System Research Group (Chorus) INRIA Rocquencourt, France 85 - 86

Research Assistant “Medical Assistance to the Third World” group Centre Mondial de l’Informatique Paris, France Jan. 82 – Dec. 86

Softeware Projects[edit]

Touchstone Runtime Platform, with Caroline Appert and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon A Java system for designing and running controlled experiments.

The Infovis Toolkit ([1]) A Java/Swing Toolkit for Information Visualization. 2003-2006

Glite ([2]) a small fast 2D Scene Graph Management Toolkit in Java using OpenGL/JOGL for rendering. 2006

Concordance ([3] ) A C++ program to compute and visualize similarities between textual documents. 2003

Manuscript ([4] ) A C program to read large digitized texts using an interactive fisheye view. 2003

Agile2D ([5] and [6]) with Jon Meyer and Benjamin Bederson An implementation of Java2D built using the OpenGL API. 2003

MillionVis ([7]) An information visualization system to interactively visualize millions of items. 2002

Aoadymppac ([8]) An information visualization toolkit to monitor the execution of constraint oriented programs. 2001

Svgl with Stéphane Conversy ([9]) A renderer of SVG images using the OpenGL API for hardware accelerated graphics. 2001

Compus ([10]) A visualization system for medium-size XML corpora. 2000

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