Wesley Willett is a post-doctoral researcher in the AVIZ group at INRIA-Saclay in Paris, France. Wes's interests span information visualization, social computing, new media, and human computer interaction, and his research focuses on pairing data and interactivity to support collaboration, learning, and discovery. In particular, his work explores the intersection of visualization and computer-supported collaborative work and shows how communities, crowds, and novice users can work together build knowledge from data. This work has earned a number of awards, including the Best Paper award at Pervasive 2010 and a Best Paper Honorable Mention at CHI 2011. Wes received his BS in Computer Science from CU Boulder in 2006 and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 2012, where he was advised by Dr. Maneesh Agrawala. He has also engaged in visualization and interaction research at Adobe, Intel Labs, and Google Research.