Visualizing Opportunities of Collaboration in Large Research Organizations

@inproceedings{Yazdi2016VisualizingOO,
  title={Visualizing Opportunities of Collaboration in Large Research Organizations},
  author={Mohammad Amin Yazdi and Andr{\'e} Calero Valdez and Leonhard Lichtschlag and Martina Ziefle and Jan O. Borchers},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2016}
}
In order to support interdisciplinary collaboration in a large organization, providing opportunities to meet new collaborators is essential. Besides offline approaches (e.g., conferences, colloquia, etc.) data driven and online approaches can be considered. Using the publication data and the additional profile information of researchers on a scientific portal, we try to support the process of uncovering opportunities for collaboration. For this purpose we develop a visualization that focuses on… 
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