I am a R&D engineer at Aodyo Instruments, an independent interaction designer/developer, a rogue Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) enthusiast, an amateur musician, and my alternate personality is Hubert Sainte-Force, a desktop-era revivalist producing medieval steampunk software.

Jonathan Aceituno
jonathanmail@aceimailt.uno

Education

2011-2015
PhD in Computer Science from Université Lille 1 (mention très honorable).
Title: Direct and expressive interaction on the desktop: increasing granularity, extent, and dimensionality.
Advisor: Nicolas Roussel.
Committee: Laurence Duchien (chair), Michel Beaudouin-Lafon (rapporteur), Carl Gutwin (rapporteur), Kris Luyten (examinateur), Laurence Nigay (examinateur), Marcelo M. Wanderley (examinateur).
Defended on October 15, 2015.
2009-2011
Master 2 recherche (≈ master's degree) in Computer Science at Université Bordeaux 1, specialization in computer music and multimedia.
Master 1: first semester at Université de Bourgogne, second semester at Université de Sherbrooke (Canada).

Publications

International conference papers

  1. S. Malacria, J. Aceituno, P. Quinn, G. Casiez, A. Cockburn and N. Roussel. Push-Edge and Slide-Edge: Scrolling by Pushing Against the Viewport Edge. CHI'15. 4 pages.
  2. J. Aceituno, G. Casiez and N. Roussel. How Low Can You Go? Human Limits in Small Unidirectional Mouse Movements. CHI'13. 4 pages.
    30" Video preview
  3. N. Roussel, G. Casiez, J. Aceituno, D. Vogel, Giving a Hand to the Eyes: Leveraging Input Accuracy for Subpixel Interaction. UIST'12. 8 pages.
    Video
  4. J. Aceituno, J. Castet, M. Desainte-Catherine, M. Hachet, Improvised interfaces for real-time musical applications. TEI'12. 4 pages.
    Video and demo

National conference papers

  1. J. Aceituno, N. Roussel, The Hotkey Palette: Flexible Contextual Retrieval of Chosen Documents and Windows. IHM'14. 5 pages.
    Video

Other

  1. J. Aceituno, L. Potier, L'ordinateur portable comme instrument de musique. Demonstration, IHM'14 extended abstracts. 2 pages. Best demo award.
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  2. J. Aceituno, L. Potier, The secret life of computers. Video showcase, CHI'14 extended abstracts. 1 page.
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  3. J. Aceituno, Manipulation directe et accès indirect. Rencontres doctorales, annexe des actes IHM'13. 4 pages.

Theses

  1. J. Aceituno, Direct and expressive interaction on the desktop: increasing granularity, extent, and dimensionality. PhD thesis, Université Lille 1. 240 pages, 2015.
    HTML version
  1. J. Aceituno, Construction opportuniste de la musique. Master's thesis, Université Bordeaux 1. 57 pages, 2011.

Reports

  1. J. Aceituno, N. Roussel, The Hotkey Palette: Flexible Contextual Retrieval of Chosen Documents and Windows. Research report 8313, Inria. 8 pages, June 2013.

Research-related

Interests

design and evaluation of interaction techniques, pointing, scrolling, window management, personal information management, new interfaces for musical expression

Activities

Reviewing for international journals
Human-Computer Interaction (2014)
Reviewing for international conferences
CHI (2013, 2015, 2016)
Reviewing for national conferences
IHM 2012
  • Webmaster, member of the local organising committee, and student volunteer for the IHM 2014 conference.
  • Participant in the doctoral consortium of the IHM 2013 conference.
  • Editor for the IHM 2013 conference.
  • Participant in AFIHM's Rencontre Jeunes Chercheurs IHM, 2013.
  • Student volunteer for the CHI 2013 conference program committee meeting.

Scientific mediation

  1. Lab tour for Lycée Baggio (Lille), and talk: Quelques petites choses sur la recherche (et la musique). June 2014.
  2. J. Aceituno, N. Roussel, Douglas Engelbart, inventeur et visionnaire. 1024, bulletin de la Société Informatique de France, 2. January 2014. Joint publication with interstices.info.
  3. De la carte perforée à la tablette : histoire des interfaces et de l'interaction homme-machine (talk). Given as part of Inria's Chercheurs itinérants program for Fête de la science. October 2013, October 2014.

Miscellaneous