Cécile Boulard is research scientist within the UX and Ethnography group since 2014. She holds a PhD in ergonomics from the CNAM, Paris, France. Her work involves employing ergonomic and ethnographic techniques to study work and technology use from an ethnomethodological perspective. These studies are used to understand the impacts of technology and organization in real world settings and to feed into the design of innovative new solutions.
Her work covered a diverse set of topics ranging from the use of activity trackers, to sustainable behaviours and privacy and currently is focused on the use of simulators in healthcare.