Hi, I’m Dominik Moritz
I’m a professor at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and an ML researcher at Apple . I design and build interactive systems for visualization and analysis. At CMU, I co-lead the Data Interaction Group.
During my first year at UW, I received support from the Fulbright program. In 2013, I received my B.S. from Hasso Plattner Institute. I am a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation. I have worked with the Open Knowledge Foundation, Google Research, and Microsoft Research. Details are in my CV.
I created Draco, a formal model of visualization design with shareable design guidelines, formal reasoning over the design space, and visualization recommendation.
Falcon is an interactive system for real-time brushing and linking interactions among multiple visualizations of billion-record datasets.
Pangloss is a big-data visualization system that uses approximation to answer queries quickly. I developed Falcon with Danyel Fisher at MSR.
Best Paper Award . InfoVis, 2018. Voyager 2: Augmenting Visual Analysis with Partial View Specifications . CHI, 2017. Vega-Lite: A Grammar of Interactive Graphics
Best Paper Award . InfoVis, 2017. Trust, but Verify: Optimistic Visualizations of Approximate Queries for Exploring Big Data . CHI, 2017. Voyager: Exploratory Analysis via Faceted Browsing of Visualization Recommendations
Invited to SIGGRAPH 2016 . InfoVis, 2015. Perfopticon: Visual Query Analysis for Distributed Databases . EuroVis, 2015. Dynamic Client-Server Optimization for Scalable Interactive Visualization on the Web . DSIA at VIS, 2015.
- At Apple, we released Audio Graphs.
- My dissertation won the IEEE VGTC Outstanding Dissertation Award.
- Starting faculty position at CMU HCII.
- Adam and I founded the Data Interaction Group at CMU.
- I started working at Apple.
- I submitted my dissertation.
- I passed my final exam (thesis defense).
- I passed my general exam and am now a PhD candidate.
- Draco receives the best paper award at InfoVis 2018.
- I am organizing the DSIA Workshop at VIS 2018 in Berlin.
|Oct 25–30, '20||IEEE VIS, Online|
|Mar 18–21, '20||U.S. Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium, Seattle|
|Dec 9–13, '19||NeurIPS, Vancouver|
|Oct 29–Nov 1, '19||OSDC, San Francisco|
|Oct 20–25, '19||VIS, Vancouver|
|Jun 24–27, '19||Remote Week, Bay Area|
|May 4–9, '19||CHI, Glasgow|
|Apr 30–May 3, '19||Scotland|
|Apr 26, '19||MIT, Cambridge|
|Apr 25, '19||Google, Cambridge|