Dr Quan Nguyen

Biographical details

Quan Nguyen is a post-doctoral researcher of InfoVis research group at the School of Information Technologies.

Research interests

His research interests include Graph Visualization, Information Visualization, Data Mining, Program Analysis and Compiler Optimization, and Transactional Memory.

Teaching and supervision

Supervision:

Co-supervised PhD student (2016-2017), summer scholarship student (2016-2017), research assistance (2016-2017), co-supervised 6 MIT students (semester 2, 2017).

Teaching:

Guess lecture for Software construction course (semester 1, 2017), Teaching assistance for Visual analytics (semester 2, 2017)

Current projects

Methods for Big Graph Visualization

Quality Perspectives of Large-scale Graph Visualization

Awards and honours

Awards

First Prizes in Graph Drawing competition 2006, Germany

First Prize in Graph Drawing competition 2010, Germany

Google Publication Prize by Sydney University for "Stream Edge Bundling", 2013

Candidate of Best paper award for "Proxy Graphs: Visual Quality Metrics for Big Graphs", IEEE PacificVis 2017.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Dekhordi, H., Eades, P., Hong, S., Nguyen, Q. (2016). Circular right-angle crossing drawings in linear time. Theoretical Computer Science, 639, 26-41. [More Information]

2016

  • Dekhordi, H., Eades, P., Hong, S., Nguyen, Q. (2016). Circular right-angle crossing drawings in linear time. Theoretical Computer Science, 639, 26-41. [More Information]

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