Jacky Bourgeois

I am Assistant Professor of Human-Centred Data-Centric Research with the Department of Sustainable Design Engineering (SDE) of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering (IDE) of the Delft University of Technology 🧐.

My research lies at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Data Science and Participatory Design. I hypothesise that the central use of behavioural data in Human-Centred Design can turn challenges and limitations of both fields into flourishing ethical and collaborative opportunities.

For more information, have a look at my activites, open-source tools and material I contribute and CV. As student, you might also be interested in the open 🚩vacancies or the completed πŸŽ“ graduation projects.

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Latest Activities

Jacky Bourgeois, Janet van der Linden, Blaine A. Price, Gerd Kortuem

πŸ“œ Sustainable Load Shifting in the Context of Domestic Energy Generation

Domestic energy generation such as through solar panels and wind turbines is considered an important piece in the puzzle of our future energy strategy. This research aims to explore the concept of ...

Blaine A. Price, Janet van der Linden, Jacky Bourgeois, Gerd Kortuem

πŸ“œ ICT4S'13 'When Looking out of the Window is not Enough'

This paper reports results from an empirical study that explored how people understand, perceive and think about domestic energy microgeneration. With a focus on electricity generation the study hi...

Jacky Bourgeois, Blaine A. Price, Janet van der Linden, Gerd Kortuem

πŸ“œ CHI'13 WS Technology Probes: Experiences with Home Energy Feedback

This workshop paper is a contribution to the workshop β€˜Methods for Studying Technology in the Home’. We discuss our experience in applying a Technology Probe approach to the study of new concepts ...

Gerd Kortuem, Janet van der Linden, Blaine Price, Jacky Bourgeois

πŸ“œ Digital Future Information Interfaces for Domestic Energy Microgeneration

Domestic energy generation using solar panels and heat pumps has become a feasible option for most homeowners, yet lack of ICT solutions for microgeneration means that user understanding of their o...