Julien Gori’s website

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I conduct my research in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), where I look to better understand how humans use, cooperate, and interact with artificial and computing devices. HCI is a multidisciplinary topic which brings together many fields of research; owing to my studies, my work is driven mostly by computational approaches.

I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at Aalto University and the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence (FCAI), where I work on leveraging results from multi-agent systems to design intelligent assistants and tools which can account for each user’s own capabilities and preferences. I am mainly targeting low-level mechanisms such as movement and vision for the moment, but plan to extend this approach to higher level tasks.

Before that, I have developped models to predict human produced movements. I have worked in particular on Fitts’ law, a classical research topic in HCI, and an important predictor of movement time for many instances of interaction in HCI.

Feel free to contact me about (almost) anything at juliengori at gmail dot com.