My research focuses on how people make use of and interact with data representations/visualizations and intelligent systems, in particular in the context of healthcare. Currently, I am working on a project with Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and their DRIVE unit (Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments unit). The project's aim is to develop and evaluate a prototype based on an AI assistant that allows users to interact with data visualizations by using their voice. The research is conducted under the supervision of Prof Yvonne Rogers, Prof Licia Capra and Prof Neil Sebire.
I obtained a BSc in Information Systems from the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) in 2016. I completed my MSc in Human-Computer Interaction in 2018 at UCL. During my master studies, I was a research assistant at UCLIC for the GetAMoveOn+ Network. Before my MSc, I worked at a FinTech company focusing on data analytics and data visualization.