Mario Romero

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Associate Professor of Visualization

Role In Infravis

National Technical Manager, Node Coordinator


Experienced In

Data Visualization

Tools Used Frequently

Microsoft Teams


I am an Associate Professor in  Visualization at the Department of Computational Science and Technology (CST) at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at  KTH. I am also the national technical manager and local node coordinator of the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsr├ądet) National Research Infrastructure in Visualization InfraVis. I am a Fulbright Scholar from Ecuador and a graduate of Georgia Tech (PhD Computer Science, 2009), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Master Computer Science, 2001), and Universidad San Francisco de Quito (BS Industrial Engineering and BS Construction Engineering , 1996). I am also a technical co-founder of  BrailleTouch , a smartphone keyboard for blind users, and  Anymaker, a tablet application for sketching in 3D. Dr. Romero’s research centers in Human-Computer Interaction, Visualization, and Ubiquitous and Accessible Computing. 

Project for InfraVis

  • Visualising Buzz Pollination

    This project aims to showcase the current theory for the dynamics of pollen grains inside the anthers of certain flowers, when bumblebees interact with them. This phenomenon is called ‘Buzz Pollination’.

    Visualising Buzz Pollination