Justin Matejka

Sr. Principal Research Scientist

Toronto, Canada

Biography

Justin Matejka is a Senior Principal Research Scientist at Autodesk Research in Toronto, Canada. Since 2006 he has published more than 30 papers and received over 40 patents on a diverse set of topics including interfaces for 3D navigation, software learnability, video navigation, and data visualization. His current research focus is understanding basic human behaviour in visualization and perception, and combining the insights gained into systems for interactively exploring large datasets.

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  • Visualization & Visual Analytics

    Visual data representations leverage the power of human perception to process complex information, and through interaction, garner new insights. Our research focuses on visualizing data from a wide variety of domains and fundamentally tackles the question, what makes a visualization effective? We explore novel visual encodings and interaction techniques, multiscale approaches, and even simulation to bridge human and automated analysis of multivariate, time-series, and graph data, ultimately aiding in hypothesis generation, testing, and sense making.

  • Software Learning

    The Learning project aims to investigate advanced techniques for assisting users in learning complicated applications. We are interested in a range of investigations from the scientific study of the human learning process to prototyping novel interaction techniques for improving the general learning mechanisms that can be applied to all applications.

  • CommunityCommands

    Amazon recommends books to its users. Netflix recommends movies. With CommunityCommands, Autodesk will recommend command functionality to its users. CommunityCommands collects usage data from thousands of Autodesk users, through the Customer Involvement Program (CIP), and then generates personalized command recommendations using newly developed algorithms. CommunityCommands will expose users to the critical commands which they should be using, but are not aware of, accelerating the learning process.

  • OrgOrgChart: The Evolution of an Organization

    The OrgOrgChart (Organic Organization Chart) project looks at the evolution of a company's structure over time. A snapshot of the Autodesk organizational hierarchy was taken each day between May 2007 and June 2011, a span of 1498 days.

  • Command Usage Arc Diagrams

    With the Customer Involvement Program (CIP) we have a database of over 60 million commands issued by anonymized users. We start to visualize the product usage by ordering the commands from most-frequently-used to least-frequently-used. The size of the text and length of the bar are proportional to how frequently the command is used.

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