Professor of Computer Sciences (1982)
M.S., computer science, Technical University of Vienna, 1977; Ph.D., computer science, The Pennsylvania State University, 1982.
Professor Hambrusch's primary research interests are in the area of parallel computation and analysis of algorithms. She is interested in the complexity, the design, and implementation of efficient parallel algorithms on fine-grained and coarse-grained machines, with particular emphasis on graph problems and image processing tasks. She is also investigating combinatorial issues arising in the design of VLSI layout systems and the computational equivalence of interconnection networks. Dr. Hambrusch has held visiting positions at the International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, and at the Technical University of Graz, Austria.
Projects: Parallel Scalable Libraries and Algorithms for Computer Vision, Research in VLSI Circuit Compaction
Hambrusch's home page
CS Annual Report - 19 APR 1996