Team

Faculty of Computing - Federal University of Uberlandia - Brazil

Cláudio D. G. Linhares is the creator and developer of the DyNetVis system. He received the BSc and MSc degrees in computer science from the Federal University of Uberlandia, Uberlandia/MG, Brazil. He is currently a PhD student at the same university. His research interests include information visualization, specially complex network visualization and visual scalability problem.


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Jean R. Ponciano is the co-creator and developer of the DyNetVis system. He received the BSc and MSc degrees in computer science from the Federal University of Uberlandia, Uberlandia/MG, Brazil. He is currently a PhD student at the same university. His research interests include information visualization, specially complex network visualization and visualization of streaming data.

José Gustavo S. Paiva received the PhD degree from the University of Sao Paulo, Sao Carlos, Brazil. He is currently an assistant professor at the Federal University of Uberlandia, Uberlandia/MG, Brazil. His research interests include information visualization applied to data collections, network data visualization, and visual data classification, specifically the analysis of how the produced layouts may improve perception and comprehension of the classification process by users.

Bruno A. N. Travençolo received a BSc degree in Computer Science (2003) and a PhD degree in Bioinformatics (2007), all from University of Sao Paulo. He is currently an associate professor at the Faculty of Computing, Federal University of Uberlandia, Uberlandia, Brazil. His research interests include Image Processing, Information Visualization, Scientific Visualization and Complex Networks.

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration - Ghent University - Belgium

Luis E. C. Rocha is Professor of Econophysics and Social Physics in the Department of Economics at Ghent University, Belgium. His research is about dynamics on and of networks, i.e. the study of dynamic processes such as epidemics, opinions, and random walks on networks that vary in time. His expertise is on computational modeling and data analysis of theoretical and real-world networks, particularly networks of relevance to socio-economic and health systems. He is also interested on human mobility and transportation, particularly on how these variables regulate diffusion processes on networks.


Personal web page: https://users.ugent.be/~lcorread