Khairi Reda, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor, Data Science, Human-Computer Interaction
redakiupui [dot] edu
- Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago (2014)
- M.S. Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago (2009)
- B.S. Computer Science, University of Damascus (2005)
Khairi Reda designs, develops, and evaluates perceptual data interfaces to help people see and interact with data. His research aims to uncover technological and human factors that shape people’s ability to consume and make sense of digital information.
He is particularly interested in the application of data visualization to catalyze scientific discovery, and collaborates frequently with experts from a variety of disciplines to develop new visualization techniques for scientific data.
Reda’s research is supported by a National Science Foundation grant. Prior to joining IUPUI, he was an Argonne Scholar at Argonne National Laboratory and a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
- Data visualization
- Visual perception and cognition
- Data science
- Human-computer interaction
Active Research Grants
INFO H517 Visualization Design, Analysis, and Evaluation
NEWM N328 Visualizing Information
- April 10, 2020
Two School of Informatics and Computing researchers receive prestigious NSF CAREER grants
- March 28, 2018
HCC faculty member awarded NSF grant for data visualization research
- February 5, 2018
Record number of HCI faculty papers accepted by 2018 ACM CHI Conference
- January 27, 2017
School welcomes 12 new faculty members