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.
San Jose Staté University
Email: carlos [dot] rojas [at] sjsu [dot] edu
|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.
|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.
|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)|