Hi, I'm Connor Gramazio.
I research data visualization as a computer science PhD canditate and a NSF graduate research fellow at Brown University, where I am advised by David Laidlaw. My dissertation committee members are Jeff Huang, Ben Raphael, and Karen Schloss.
My research focuses on how graphical perception and interaction log mining can improve the visual analysis of complex cancer genomics data.
I'm currently looking for jobs starting post-academic year.
In college I got hooked on learning about and experiencing other cultures. Since then, I've been lucky enough to be able to visit and explore several countries first-hand.
I love spending time outdoors, and enjoy backpacking/hiking, scuba diving, swimming, and biking.
My favorite way to travel is with nothing more than a backpack (here's a list of carry-on travel backpacks).