Tifanie Bouchara
 
Assistant Professor
 
tifanie.bouchara(at)cnam.fr
tel : +33 (0)1 40 27 25 98
CEDRIC, groupe : Interactivité pour Lire et Jouer

Research topics

Situated in the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) domain, my researches focuse on user experience (UX) and optimization of feedbacks in HCI (UI).
Expert in auditory and multisensory perception, I design sonic and multimodal interfaces by levaring approaches from computer sciences, cognitive psychology, psychoacoustics, 3D audio, digital signal processing, and design.
I applied my research on different projects : Visualisation/Sonification of Proteins, Universal sonification of mobile interfaces, Inclusive Video Games for blind, UX in shared virtual reality games, 3D audio for NSU rehabilitation...

Short Biography

I am Assistant Professor at CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers) since Sept. 2014. My research take place in the ILJ team (Interactivity to Play and Read) of the Computer Science laboratory CEDRIC,.
 
As a teacher, I am responsible of the national M.Eng in Digital Media by apprenticeship (Angouleme + Toulon) and teach Computer Sciences (Digital Media, HCI, Audio-visual Perception and Signal Processing) in ENJMIN (National School of Video Games and Interactive Media).
 
Before joining the CNAM, I was a post-doc researcher at LIPADE (Computer Science Laboratory of Paris Descartes). I defended my Ph.D. from Paris Sud XI University in october 2012, working at LIMSI-CNRS under supervision of Christian Jacquemin and Brian F.G. Katz. After a Master of Science on audiovisual techniques for music and cinema production at ISB (Image&Sound of Brest, University of Bretagne Occidentale) in 2007, I graduated with honors from the master program of Acoustics, Digital Signal Processing and Computer Sciences applied to Music (ATIAM) of IRCAM in September 2008. During my 1st year of Ph.D., I worked 6 months in the Multimodal Interaction Laboratory ( McGill University / CIRMMT) in Montreal, QC, Canada, for a doctoral fellowship under supervision of Catherine Guastavino.
 
Created by T. Bouchara. Updated the 11/30/18