Camelia D. Brumar
Hi! I'm a PhD candidate in Computer Science at Tufts University. Currently, I'm working with Remco Chang in the Visual Analytics Lab @ Tufts University (VALT). My research areas of interest are Visual Analytics, Recommendation Systems, and Healthcare. I graduated with a B.S. in Theoretical Mathematics from the University of Maryland in College Park, where I performed research within the Graphics and Visual Informatics Laboratory (GVIL). There, I was advised by Amitabh Varshney, dean of the Dean of the College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, and Professor of Computer Science. Both before and after starting my PhD, I collaborated with professors, scientists, engineers and program managers at Harvard University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Tableau Research/Salesforce, Alife Health, and Bose Corporation. Outside academia, I enjoy picking up new hobbies, indulging in Augmented Reality Art, Exercising, and Reading.
Camelia Daniela Brumar
Interested in both theory and practice. I'm doing research at the intersection of Recommendation Systems, Design and Healthcare.
I build recommendation for content recommendation and healthcare.
I create tools for data and machine learning analysts that help them reach their goals in data analysis.