About

Bongshin Lee is a Senior Researcher in the neXus and Machine Teaching groups. She explores innovative ways for people to create visualizations, interact with data, and share data-driven stories. She has been recently focusing on helping people explore the data about themselves and share meaningful insights with others by leveraging visualizations. Bongshin currently serves as a General Co-Chair for IEEE PacificVis 2017 and an Associate Editor for IEEE TVCG, and served as a Papers Co-Chair for IEEE InfoVis 2015 & 2016. She earned her MS and PhD in Computer Science from University of Maryland at College Park in 2002 and 2006, respectively.

For more information, please visit Bongshin’s Personal Website.

Projects

Beyond Mouse and Keyboard: Novel Interaction for Visualization

Established: June 21, 2010

Microsoft continues to innovate in the NUI space, continuously providing new modalities for interacting with our computing systems. We are leveraging our expertise in NUI and developing a radically new way for people to more naturally access information that helps…

Data-Driven Storytelling

Established: May 14, 2012

Practitioners increasingly use visualizations “in the wild” to tell compelling stories supported by data, and continually develop novel techniques that help integrate data visualization into narrative stories. The visualization research community has recently begun to pay more attention to the…

Data and Visualization Literacy

Established: January 1, 2011

In this new era of fake news, viral content and social media, data literacy is crucial. Modern citizens in our age of information need to be data literate in order to make informed decisions that may affect all aspects of their…

HomeOS: Enabling smarter homes for everyone

Established: September 30, 2010

It is no secret that homes are ever-increasing hotbeds of new technology such as set-top boxes, game consoles, wireless routers, home automation devices, tablets, smart phones, and security…

NetMedic: Detailed and Understandable Network Diagnosis

Established: August 19, 2010

NetMedic helps operators perform detailed diagnosis in computer networks. It diagnoses not only generic faults (e.g., performance-related) but also application specfic faults (e.g., error codes). It identifies culprits at a fine granularity such as a process or firewall configuration. Our…

Publications

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2008

Naturally occurring dominant resistance mutations to hepatitis C virus protease and polymerase inhibitors in treatment-naïve patients
Thomas Kuntzen, Joerg Timm, Andrew Berical, Niall Lennon, Aaron M. Berlin, Sarah K. Young, Bongshin Lee, David Heckerman, Jonathan Carlson, Laura L. Reyor, Marianna Kleyman, Cory M. McMahon, Christopher Birch, Julian Schulze zur Wiesch, Timothy Ledlie, Michael Koehrsen, Chinnappa Kodira, Andrew D. Roberts, Georg M. Lauer, Hugo R. Rosen, Florian Bihl, Andreas Cerny, Ulrich Spengler, Zhimin Liu, Arthur Y. Kim, Yanming Xing, Arne Schneidewind, Margaret A. Madey, Jaquelyn F. Fleckenstein, Vicki M. Park, James E. Galagan, Chad Nusbaum, Bruce D. Walker, Gerond V. Lake-Bakaar, Eric S. Daar, Ira M. Jacobson, Edward D. Gomperts, Brian R. Edlin, Sharyne M. Donfield, Raymond T. Chung, Andrew H. Talal, Tony Marion, Bruce W. Birren, Matthew R. Henn, Todd M. Allen, in Hepatology, January 1, 2008, View abstract, View external link

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