Katy Börner is the Victor H. Yngve Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Information Science at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering where she directs the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center. Her research focuses on measuring and improving data visualization literacy; mapping the structure and evolution of scientific disciplines; and developing cyberinfrastructures for large-scale scientific collaboration and computation. Watch her TEDx talk here.
Michael Ginda is a data analyst and research assistant with the Cyberinfrastructure Center for Network Science. He holds a Master’s degree in Library Science from Indiana University. His research interests include knowledge representation and organization, metadata, and information networks.
Andreas Bueckle is a PhD student in Information Science at Indiana University as well as a videographer and photographer. His academic interests revolve around information visualization, more specifically interactive and augmented reality visualizations. As a professional videographer and photographer, he has been hired by various clients since 2008. He has worked on video and photo projects on 4 continents, with a focus on documentary as well as nature, especially social issues and nature photography. Check out work samples on andreas-bueckle.com.