March 8, 2016; cw, tb

Adaptive network visualization was the topic of the first PhD degree awarded to a SFB-TRR 161 scientist by the University of Konstanz.

Arlind Nocaj’s thesis, titled “Untangling Networks Focus on Less to See More”, was conducted under the supervision of Prof. Ulrik Brandes and Prof. Oliver Deussen, both principal investigators within the SFB-TRR 161. He received his certificate during the occasion of the University of Konstanz’ graduation ceremony in December 2015. In the review of the year 2015, Prof. Dietmar Saupe also presented a short overview of the Transregional Research Program, before awarding this year’s certificates.

Now the thesis is online available on
http://kops.uni-konstanz.de/handle/123456789/33132.

As postdoc Arlind Nocaj will continue his research activities into adaptive network visualization within the project B02.

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