Maximillion Schich is an associate professor of Arts and Technology and a founding member of the Edith O. Donnell Institute of Art History. He specializes in art and architecture, complex networks, cultural data science, multidisciplinarity, and visualization. He has reconstructed the migration and mobility patterns of more than 150,000 notable individuals over a time span of 2,000 years. By connecting the birth and death locations of each individual, Schich and his team have made progress in our understanding of large-scale cultural dynamics.

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  • Topology and Evolution of the Network of Western Classical Music Composers 

    Park, Doheum; Bae, Arram; Schich, Maximilian ((UT Dallas); Park, Juyong (Springer Heidelberg, 2015-04-22)
    The expanding availability of high-quality, large-scale data from the realm of culture and the arts promises novel opportunities for understanding and harnessing the dynamics of the creation, collaboration, and dissemination ...