This talk will explore different ways in which data can be presented. The amount of data which can be represented using a graph on a screen will be pushed to its limits, and other ways in which our remaining senses can be used to take in information will be investigated.
Wednesday 6th December, 2-3pm
In-person in Room SM4 of the Ada Lovelace Building on Tankard’s Close, Bristol.
Matthew Ryan Tucker
Matthew undertook his Physics PhD at the University of Bristol, developing techniques for the mapping of radiation and processing of data gathered by sensor systems and quadrupedal robots. He is now working at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero as an energy engineer, using computer models to help inform energy policy decisions