Wenjin Zhou

I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Oakland University.  My research passion lies interdisciplinary and collaborative research on data-intensive computing, information retrieval, image analysis and interactive visualization tools for medical imaging, brain and life science. I believe that application-driven contributions to expand computer science to interdisciplinary research will become more and more important in exploring and understanding scientific and health-related problems.

I am the faculty coordinator of Oakland's ACM-W chapter. Please find our website here and join us! This semester (Fall 2014), we are continuing to host a WOMEN IN COMPUTING lecture series. Hope to see you there!

I completed my Ph.D. and Sc.M. in the Computer Science Department at Brown, where I was advised by Professors David H. Laidlaw. I received a B.S. degree (with high distinction) in Computer Science from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.