U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Lyndsey Franklin

Principal Investigator
Lyndsey Franklin
(509) 372-4265

Project -- Towards Enabling Complex Sensemaking from Streaming Data

Lyndsey Franklin joined PNNL as a software developer in October 2007 after several internships. Her early career focused on web-based visual analytic systems and included time working as a developer on the Scalable Reasoning System (SRS), Canopy, and the PNNL-Hanford Online Environmental Information Exchange (PHOENIX) projects. She has since transitioned into User Experience and Design as part of the Visual Analytics group. Her thesis project involved the design of visualizations for evidence-based medical decision aids.

As part of the AIM Initiative, Lyndsey has been involved in the Cognitive Depletion project as a researcher and has helped to inform an upcoming workshop on Visual Analytics for Streaming and Big Data. Her current focus is on understanding the Sensemaking process as a part of streaming data environments.

Lyndsey received her B. S. in Computer Science and a B. S. in Psychology from Washington State University, and her M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.

| Pacific Northwest National Laboratory