Hi, I'm Max!

Email: maxim [dot] lisnic [at] utah [dot] edu
Github: @mlisnic
Twitter: @maxlisnic
LinkedIn: @mlisnic
My name is Maxim Lisnic and I am a Ph.D. student in Human-Centered Computing at the University of Utah's Kahlert School of Computing. I am advised by Marina Kogan and Alexander Lex.

I conduct research on data visualizations found online and how they are interpreted or mis-interpreted.


"Misleading Beyond Visual Tricks: How People Actually Lie With Charts"
To appear in Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Preprint doi: 10.31219/osf.io/ky6th
Maxim Lisnic, Cole Polychronis, Alexander Lex, Marina Kogan


"Vulnerable Visualizations: How Data Visualizations Are Used to Promote Misinformation Online"
Computation+Journalism Conference, New York, NY (June 10, 2022)


Teaching assistant for DS2500: Data Wrangling (Spring '22)

Guest lecture for DS2500: Data Wrangling (Spring '22)

Guest lecture for CS6630: Visualization for Data Science (Fall '22)