About GAMAOur research interests are centered on graph theory, computational geometry, and information visualization. We like to draw graphs and maps.
- "Visualizing Graphs as Maps with Contiguous Regions," 16th IEEE Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis), 2014.
- "Group-Level Graph Visualization Taxonomy," 16th IEEE Eurographics Conference on Visualization (EuroVis), 2014.
- "The Maximum k-Differential Coloring Problem," 41st Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science (SofSem), 2014.
- "Are Crossings Important for Drawing Large Graphs?" 22nd Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD), 2014.
- "Balanced Circle Packings for Planar Graphs," 22nd Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD), 2014.
- "MapSets: Visualizing Embedded and Clustered Graphs," 22nd Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD), 2014.
- "IMap: Visualizing Network Activity over Internet Maps," 11th Visualization for Cyber Security Conference (VizSec), 2014.
- "Analyzing the Language of Food on Social Media," IEEE International Conference on Big Data (BigData), 2014.
- "Evaluation of Node, Node-Link, and Node-Link-Group Diagrams," 20th IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization (INFOVIS), 2014.
- Improved Approximation Algorithms for Box Contact Representations accepted in the 22nd European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA), 2014.
- Proportional Contact Representations Using Ls accepted in the 5th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications (IISA), 2014.
- Maps of Computer Science accepted in the 7th IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2014.
- A paper about Experimental Comparison of Semantic Word Clouds was accepted at SEA 2014
- A paper about Computing Consensus Curves was accepted at SEA 2014
- A paper about Happy Edges: Threshold-Coloring of Regular Lattices was accepted at FUN 2014. See webpage for more fun.
News and Events
Sankar Veeramoni successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation and Joined Akamai. Congratulations, Sankar!
March 25, 2014 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Matthew Dickerson , Professor, Middlebury College
The Post Office Problem, Practically (For When You Drive On Roads & Visit Grocery Stores Too)
February 6, 2014 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Barna Saha , AT&T Shannon Research Laboratory
Perfecting the Imperfect: Reasoning with "real" Data via a Probabilistic Lens
January 16, 2014 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Ross Maciejewski, Assistant Professor, ASU
Enabling Predictive Analytics Through Visualization
December 10, 2013 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Carlos Scheidegger, AT&T Labs-Research
How do you look at a billion data points? Exploratory visualization for big data
November 21, 2013 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
John Stasko, Professor in and the Associate Chair of the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology
The Value of Visualization for Exploring and Understanding Data
September 17, 2013 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Paolo Simonetto, Computer Science postdoc
Visualisation of Overlapping Sets and Clusters with Euler Diagrams
March 28, 2013 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Martin Fink, Computer Science PhD Student, University of Wurzburg
Selecting the Aspect Ratio of a Scatter Plot Based on its Delaunay Triangulation
May 9, 2013 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 701):
Giuseppe Liotta, University of Perugia, Italy
Graph Drawing Beyond Planarity: Some Results and Open Problems
February 21, 2013 (11:00am, Gould-Simpson 906)
Dr. Franz Brandenburg, University of Passau, Germany
Stacks and Queues: Views from Data Structures, Visualization, Permutations and Computability
January 17, 2013 (11:00am, Gould-Simpson 906)
Steven Chaplick, University of Toronto
Max-Point Tolerance Graphs
- Daniel Fried earns Prestigious National Award
- Muhammad Jawaherul Alam got the College of Science Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award in 2013
- Dr Paolo Simonetto joined us as a postdoc and Bahador Saket as a PhD student in Fall 2013!
January 10, 2013 (11:00am, Gould-Simpson 906)
Torsten Ueckerdt, Karlshure Institute of Technology, Germany
Clumsy Packings with Polyominoes
November 15, 2012 (11:00am, Gould-Simpson 906)
Michael A. Bekos, Professor, University of Tuebingen , Germany
Smooth Orthogonal Layouts and a Conjecture of Lovasz
October 28, 2010 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Martin Noellenburg, Assistant Professor, Karlsruhe University - Germany
Label Placement in Dynamic Maps
April 8, 2010 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Yifan Hu, AT&T Research Labs
What's Worth Watching on TV? -- a Collaborative Filtering Based Recommender for Implicit Feedback Datasets
December 3, 2009 (11:00 am, Gould-Simpson 906):
Dr. Michael Kaufmann, Professor, University of Tubingen
Algorithms for Boundary Labeling