Fernando V. Paulovich is an Associate Professor in Visual Analytics for Data Science at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), the Netherlands. Before moving to the Netherlands, he was a Professor and Canada Research Chair at Dalhousie University, Canada (2017-2022), and an associate professor at University of São Paulo, Brazil (2009-2017). He has been researching information visualization and visual analytics, focusing on integrating machine learning and visualization tools and techniques, taking advantage of the automation provided by machine learning approaches, and user knowledge through interactions with visual representations to help people understand and take advantage of complex and massive data collections. In the past years, his primary focus has been on designing and developing visual analytics techniques for the general public to advance the concept of data democratization, promoting unconstrained access to data analysis and widening the analytic capability of lay users in transforming data into insights.
Microfluidic E-tongue to diagnose bovine mastitis with milk samples using Machine learning with Decision Tree modelsChemical Engineering Journal (2023)
Detection of Staphylococcus aureus in milk samples using impedance spectroscopy and data processing with information visualization techniques and multidimensional calibration space.Sensors and Actuators Reports (2022)
Q4EDA: A Novel Strategy for Textual Information Retrieval Based on User Interactions with Visual Representations of Time SeriesInformation (2022)
Neural network training fingerprint: visual analytics of the training process in classification neural networksJournal of Visualization (2022)
Using machine learning and an electronic tongue for discriminating saliva samples from oral cavity cancer patients and healthy individualsTalanta (2022)
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