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Ronaldo Menezes, Ph.D.Ronaldo Menezes, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Computer Sciences

Dr. Ronaldo Menezes earned his B.S. in computer science from the University of Fortaleza in Brazil and his Ph.D. from the University of York in the United Kingdom. He lived in Ireland before moving down to sunny Melbourne, Florida and becoming an associate professor of computer science. His areas of research include swarm intelligence, complex networks, self-organization, multi-agent systems, and coordination systems. Dr. Menezes and his students study the field of complex networks and have found that they can gain a better understanding of complex phenomena such as the spread of disease, protein interaction and social relationships by utilizing computer science. Dr. Menezes also likes to tap into the creative side of digital networks and was instrumental in bringing artistic visualizations of digital networks to Florida Tech’s Foosaner Art Museum with the “Art of Networks” exhibit. The exhibit featured ten unique visualizations representing topics like migration flows, speech cognition and the spread of social messages by thought-leaders around world.

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