Gilles Bailly
I am currently CNRS researcher at the ISIR Laboratory of the Pierre et Marie Curie University (UPMC). I was previously CNRS researcher at Telecom ParisTech. I received my PhD in Computer Science from the Univ. of Grenoble (2005-2009), after which I was a post-doctoral research at Telecom ParisTech (2009-2010), Telekom Innovation Laboratories (2011-2012), Max-Planck Institute für Informatics (2012), Cluster of Excellence of multimodal interaction (2013).

My research is in HCI, focused on understanding and improving command selection on traditional GUIs (menus, hotkeys, etc.) and gesture-based interfaces (multi-touch, mid-air gestures). I design novel interaction techniques, build predictive model of performance and develop optimization methods.

Affiliation:

ISIR Laboratory
Université Pierre & Marie Curie
Pyramide T55-65
CC 173 - 4place Jussieu
Last updates (September 2017)

I am organizing the international symposium on New Trends in User Expertise and Interactive Systems. The event will take place at Sorbonne Université, UPMC, Paris (France) on October 31.
The symposium is a free and open event, but the registration is mandatory: here
Main projects:

Actuated devices

TouchToken (Tangible Interaction)

Accessibility

iSkin

Model of Performance

Interactive Optimization

Hotkeys

ShoeSense

Finger-Count Interaction

Flower menus

MTM (Multi-Touch Menu)

Public Displays

Wave & Wavelet menus

Leaf menus

Interactive TV

MenUA (design space)
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