Benjamin Bach


Research

I am creating and researching interactive visualizations to help people explore, present, and understand complex data. My Ph.D thesis is entitled: Connections, Changes, and Cubes: Unfolding Dynamic Networks for Visual Exploration (May, 2014). My research interests include visualization of dynamic and multivariate networks, temporal and spatial information, visualizing languages, sketching for infovis, as well as metaphors for information visualization and interaction techniques for information visualization.

News

Publications

Theses

Bio

Since Oct. 2016:Postdoc researcher with SEAS, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Apr. 2016 - Aug. 2016:Postdoc researcher with Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Feb. 2015 - Oct. 2015:Visiting researcher at University of Washington, WA and Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA
May. 2014 - April. 2016:Postdoc researcher with Microsoft Research - Inria Joint Centre, Saclay, France
Jan. 2011 - May. 2014:PhD Student with Aviz Group at Inria, Saclay, France
Dec. 2010MSc. in Computer Science (Diplom Medieninformatik), University of Technology Dresden, Germany

Professional

Reviewing

Teaching

Demos and Websites

Older Events