Hi, I'm Carlene Lebeuf, a graduate student and researcher at the University of Victoria, British Columbia. In spring 2014, I graduated with distinction from the University of Victoria, Canada, with a combined Bachelor's of Science Degree in Computer Science and Psychology. Currently, I'm working on my Master's of Computer Science with the CHISEL (Computer-Human Interaction Software Engineering Lab) Group.
Coming from a interdisciplinary background, I jump at any opportunity to explore human aspects of software development. I am passionate about software development and design, with a focus on web application development. My current research aims to explore the applications of conversation in data exploration and visualization interfaces.
As both a graduate of the combined major in computer science / psychology bachelor's of science program and as a current Master's student in computer science, I've had the chance to develop a wide range of skills.
Throughout my schooling and work, I've had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects. Below you'll find some of my favourite projects. Please see my github account for a more comprehensive look at what I've been working on lately.
Looking for more? Checkout my public projects on Github
Below you'll find a list of my recent publications, digital copies will be made available when published.
Talking with Conversational Agents in Collaborative Action workshop at the 20th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW), 2017, ACM.