Milovan Šuvakov: Open Data Visualisation
Open data is data provided by the government that can be freely used and redistributed by anyone for commercial or noncommercial purposes. Usually datasets are huge and complex. Visualisation of data is an important tool that helps us to analyze and better understand data. In this talk Milovan Suvakov will show a few examples of visualisation based on open data provided by Serbian government and EU.
Milovan is Associate Research Professor at the Institute of Physics Belgrade, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Currently, he is on sabbatical, learning bioinformatics and working as Research Associate in Abyzov Lab at Mayo Clinic, USA. His research interests are mainly numerical analysis and modeling in several fields including complex systems, social networks, kinetic theory, nanoscience, bioinformatics and celestial mechanics. Milovan Suvakov received a BSc in Physics from University of Belgrade in 2004, MSc in Physics from University of Belgrade in 2006, and Ph.D. in Physics from Jozef Stefan International Postgraduate School, Slovenia in 2009. He worked in Petnica Science Center as head of the mathematical department from 2010 to 2012. He also worked as a Special advisor and as Assistant minister for development and higher education in the Government of Serbia from 2014 to 2016