Basser Seminar Series

Algorithmics for Network Visualization

Professor Peter Eades
University of Sydney, School of IT

Wednesday 6 December 2006, 4-5pm

School of IT Building, Lecture Theatre 123, Level 1


Good Information Visualization is a multidisciplinary effort, with support from a wide variety of research areas. These include perceptual psychology, graphic art, computer graphics, and information retrieval. In particular, some of the contributions to Information Visualization have come from classical algorithmics. Further, Information Visualization inspires scientific questions in algorithmics. In this talk we examine the connections between algorithmics and Information Visualization.

About the speaker

Peter Eades is Program Leader in NICTA and Professor of Software Technology at the University of Sydney. His interests are in Graph Drawing and Geometrical Algorithms.