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Shan Shao
Shan Shao

Shan Shao

PhD candidate

Research interests

  • Computer science

Contact details

Biography

Shan Shao is a PhD candidate in the Department of Informatics at King's College London. She is currently undertaking her PhD under the supervision of Professor Nicolas Holliman in the Department of Informatics at King’s College London. Prior to this, Shan obtained her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics at the University of Liverpool and MSc degree in Spatio-temporal analytics and big data mining at UCL. Shan’s research focuses on visualization and human perception.

Thesis title

Personalising Visualizations in an Aging Society

First Supervisor: Professor Nicolas Holliman
Second Supervisor: Dr Andrew Meso

Research interests

  • Visualization
  • Human perception
  • Experimental design and statistical methods

Research

FEATURE CUSP Window
Centre for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) London

CUSP London is a collaboration between King’s College London and New York University, which brings together researchers, businesses, local authorities and government agencies, to apply data science and visual analytics to challenges in and for London.

Research

FEATURE CUSP Window
Centre for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) London

CUSP London is a collaboration between King’s College London and New York University, which brings together researchers, businesses, local authorities and government agencies, to apply data science and visual analytics to challenges in and for London.