Andrea Purgato Thesis Presentation: “GPU Acceleration and Interactive Visualization for Spatio-Temporal Network“

Brain network visualization interface showing networked communities plotted. - A Purgato, EVL

Participants: Andrea Purgato

Monday, May 2, 2016, 9:30 AM
Room 1000, Science & Engineering Office Building, UIC

UIC Computer Science and EVL exchange student from the Politecnico di Milano in Italy, Andrea Purgato presents his thesis research that explores the optimization of the similarity computation among nodes for spatio-temporal networks.

This research is divided into two parts. The first aspect is to develop a GPU-based computation system to speed up the networks definition. The second uses the GPU-based method developed initially to develop an interactive visualization tool focused specifically on brain network visualizations.

Email: apurga2@uic.edu

Date: May 2, 2016

Document: GPU Acceleration and Interactive Visualization for Spatio-Temporal Network

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