2018 | Claudio Silva

Claudio T. Silva is a professor of computer science and engineering and data science at New York University. His research interests include visualization, visual analytics, reproducibility and provenance, geometric computing, data science/big data, sports analytics, urban computing and computer graphics. He has held positions in academia and industry, including at AT&T, IBM, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Sandia National Labs, and the University of Utah. Claudio has advised 15 PhD and 8 MS students, and mentored 6 post-doctoral associates. He has published over 220 journal and conference papers, is an inventor of 12 US patents, and authored 12 papers that have received « Best Paper Awards » (including honorable mentions). He has over 10,000 citations according to Google Scholar. He is an IEEE Fellow and was the recipient of the 2014 IEEE Visualization Technical Achievement Award « in recognition of seminal advances in geometric computing for visualization and for contributions to the development of the VisTrails data exploration system. » Claudio’s research has been funded by NSF, DOE, NIH, NASA, DOD, AT&T, IBM, ExxonMobil, McGraw-Hill Education, MLBAM, Moore Foundation, Sloan Foundation, LLNL, Sandia, Los Alamos, State of Utah, University of Utah, Center for Urban Science and Progress, and New York University.

His program :

  • Data Science Master – Infovis and Visual Analytics Lectures: 4h
    • Dates:
      • 19/11 2-4pm Introduction to Urban Data Science
      • 26/11 2-4pm course and Labs on Urban Data Science
  • M2 Interaction – Human Computer Interaction (HCI) : 2h
    • Dates:
      • 03/12 10-11am : Career seminar: Urban and Sport Visual Analysis
      • 03/12 11-12am : InfoVis class: 1h
  • Séminaire scientifique :
    • Dates:
      • 07/12 3:15-5:15pm ENSTA-ParisTech