Nadine Mandran - THEDRE : Méthode de conduite de la recherche en informatique centrée humain

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Nadine Mandran
Nadine Mandran


Membres du jury :    

  • Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux - Professeur- LAMSADE - Paris Dauphine - Rapporteur  
  • Elise Lavoue - Maitre de conférences - HDR- LIRIS – Lyon 3 - Rapporteur
  • Gilbert Farges - Enseignant Chercheur – HDR - Université technologique de Compiègne (UTC) – Examinateur
  • Sylvie Pesty - Professeur – LIG - Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)-  Examinateur     
  • Patrick Reignier - Professeur – LIG – INP Grenoble -  Examinateur     
  • Sophie Dupuy Chessa - Professeur - LIG - Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)-  Directrice de  thèse

This research focuses on the experimental methodology for research in human centered computer science (RICH). It concerns areas of informatics research that integrate users to build scientific knowledge and supporting tools for this research. As example, we can mention the fields concerned, such as the field of Human Computer Interface (HCI) or the Technology for Enhance  Learning (TEL). The objective of this thesis is to propose a method which accompanies researchers in the integration of the methods of data production from the humanities and social sciences. In this research the problem of the traceability of the results and the quality of the data arises. This method provides conceptual and technical tools to ensure the traceability of the research conduct process. It is called THEDRE for "Traceable Human Experiment Design Research". This work of formalizing a process of conducting research has been an opportunity to create a modeling language for conducting research processes. The construction of this language and method relies on experiments carried out since 2008 in the field of RICH.