I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at San José State University. I am interested in applying computational techniques to understand biological mechanisms. The tools I use to understand biological systems are data science tools such as machine learning and visualization.

I graduated from University of California, Davis with a B.S. and a Ph.D. in computer science. My thesis was in finding metrics to compare 3D shapes.

Carlos Rojas

Assistant Professor
Computer Engineering
San Jose Staté University

Email: carlos [dot] rojas [at] sjsu [dot] edu
Office: Zoom


Conference Papers
2020 Nina Amenta and Carlos Rojas. Dihedral Rigidity and Deformation. Computational Geometry.
2018 Nina Amenta, and Carlos Rojas. Dihedral Rigidity and Deformation. Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry.
[Link] [Paper]
2018 Carlos Rojas, Minh N. Tran, Linh Huynh, and Fereydoun Hormozdiari. Machine learning approaches for comparative genome structure analysis. American Society of Human Genetics.
2014 Carlos Rojas, Alex Tsui, Stewart He, Lance Simons, Shengren Li, and Nina Amenta. Edge length interpolation. ACM Symposium on Solid and Physical Modeling.
[Poster] [Paper]
2011 Carlos Rojas, Scott Refugio. Automated Angiogenesis Quantification. UC Davis College of Engineering Senior Design Showcase.


San José State University
CMPE 255: Data Mining (Spring 2020, Fall 2020)
CMPE 131: Software Engineering I (Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021)
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