Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization

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lbian@buffalo.edu 
(716) 645-0484 
Professor Geography and Director of the NCGIA 
Geography 
College of Arts and Sciences

Area(s) of interest: GIS, Epidemiological Modeling, Linguistics

Primary research focus: Relationship between spatial network and language network

Area(s) of potential collaboration: Would like to collaborate with faculty who are interested in developing grant proposals that involve GIS and network analytics.

Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization; Simulation and ModelingSpatial Analysis

Christopher Bosley

cmbosley@buffalo.edu 
Graduate Student 
Sociology 
College of Arts and Sciences

Primary research focus: Mental/emotional health of first responders; First responder identity

Potential area(s) of collaboration: I am most interested in learning about digital methodology; working with large datasets, qualitative analytical software for digital analysis

Data Curation and Management; Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization

Monica Carter

mjcarter@buffalo.edu 
(716) 645-2366 
Coordinator for Postdoctoral Scholar and CIRTL Programs

Primary research focus: Data Analysis and Visualization

Data Curation and Management; Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization

Nichol Castro

nicholca@buffalo.edu
(716) 829-2797
Assistant Professor, Communicative Disorders and Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences

Primary research focus: I study how individuals retrieve words from memory, particularly by focusing on the way words (and language more generally) is structured/organized in the mind. I use tools from the network and cognitive sciences.

Areas of potential collaboration or skill-building: network science tools, human cognition (particularly language-related), grant writing, R programming for simulation, network analysis, data visualization

Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization; Simulation & Modeling

jcgood@buffalo.edu 
(716) 645-0126 
Chair and Associate Professor of Linguistics 
Linguistics 
College of Arts and Sciences

Interest area(s): Comparative Linguistics

Primary research focus: endangered language documentation, African languages, linguistic variation

Affiliated project: Documentation and Description of the Languages of Lower Fungom; Various endangered language documentation and digital archiving projects. (http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jcgood/lowerfungom.html)

Potential area(s) of collaboration:  I am interested in finding new collaborators for interdisciplinary digital research

Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization; Spatial Analysis

Lindsay Hahn

lhahn2@buffalo.edu
(716) 645-2141
Assistant Professor
Communication
College of Arts and Sciences

Primary research focus: media effects, morality, moral extremism, children & media

Affiliated project(s): I am about to launch a project that is focused on examining the types of moral justification present in terrorist and alt-right propaganda.

Potential areas of collaboration: I am interested in learning more about data mining and grant writing

3-D Modelling & AR/VR; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization

yhu42@buffalo.edu 
(716) 645-1820 
Assistant Professor of Geography 
Geography 
College of Arts and Sciences

Area(s) of interest: Geospatial Humanities, Spatial and Textual Analysis, Data Mining and Machine Learning

Data Mining, Analysis and Visualization; Spatial AnalysisText Encoding and Analysis

Amanda Kennell

aekennel@buffalo.edu
(716) 645-0765
Clinical Assistant Professor, Japanese Studies
Asian Studies
College of Arts and Sciences

Primary research focus: Contemporary Japanese visual culture

Affiliated project(s): A Youtube series on current research about contemporary culture; a study of art involving digital technologies

Potential areas of collaboration: Film production; grant writing; display/exhibition technologies; 3D scanning & printing

3-D Modelling & AR/VR; Artificial Intelligence; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Collections & Exhibits; Digital Media

Cody Mejeur

codymeje@buffalo.edu
Visiting Assistant Professor of Game Studies
Media Study
College of Arts and Sciences

Current DS project(s): Visualizing queer games, trans video game, cognitive experiment with games

Primary research focus: Using new media and digital media to understand narrative and difference.

Potential areas of collaboration: Equity, diversity & inclusion, social/cognitive behavior, visualization work, grant writing

3-D Modelling & AR/VR; Computing & Society; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Collections & Exhibits; Digital Media; Digital Pedagogy

Kristen Moore

krmoore@buffalo.edu
716-645-0684
Associate Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
English
College of Arts and Sciences

Interest area(s): Communication

Computing & Society; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Pedagogy

Libby Otto

eotto@buffalo.edu
(716) 645-0523
Executive Director of the Humanities Institute
Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Studies
Global Gender and Sexuality Studies
College of Arts and Sciences

Interest area(s): Gender, Art, Visual Culture

3-D Modelling & AR/VR; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Collections & Exhibits; Simulation & Modeling; Spatial Analysis; Text Encoding & Analysis

areid@buffalo.edu
(716) 645-0678
Associate Professor
English
College of Arts and Sciences

Interest area: Digital Media Studies

Primary research focus: The rhetorical operation of machine learning algorithms

Potential areas of collaboration: experience architecture, Adobe creative cloud, augmented reality

https://profalexreid.com/

3-D Modelling & AR/VR; Artificial Intelligence; Computing & Society; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Media; Digital Pedagogy

Diane Schwartz

digs@buffalo.edu  
716-816-7221 
Research Associate Professor
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

Area(s) of interest: Education

Computing and SocietyData Curation and Management; Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization

drstryko@buffalo.edu
(716) 645-0631
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Music
College of Arts and Sciences

Primary research focus: Investigating the influence of music publishers (and the music business, more generally construed) upon the development of Western art music; the theoretical relationship between artistic circumstance and musical style; the Italian madrigal.

Potential areas of collaboration: A range of specialized analysis skills for digital projects with musical elements.

https://dstrykowski.com

Data Mining, Analysis, & Visualization; Digital Collections & Exhibits