Gerda Kamberova joined Hofstra’s Computer Science Department in 1999. She is currently an associate professor and chair of the Computer Science Department. Dr. Kamberova earned an M.S. in mathematics from Sofia State University “St. Kliment Ochridski” in Bulgaria and a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is an alumna of the General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory (GRASP Lab), University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining the Hofstra faculty, she taught at Washington University in St. Louis and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Her professional interests are in computer vision, multi-sensor fusion and decision making under uncertainty. Dr. Kamberova had served as a program committee member for international conferences in computer vision organized by IEEE (the world’s leading professional organization for the advancement of technology), ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) and Eurographics. She has also served as a reviewer for major professional journals and as a National Science Foundation panel member. She enjoys working with talented students and introducing them to research topics in computer science.
Hofstra Horizons Articles
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