Wenjin Zhou

I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Oakland University.  My research passion lies in interdisciplinary and collaborative research on powerful computational models, interactive visualization, and image analysis for medical imaging, brain science 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.