mcammara at gmail dot com
2000-2008 Enrolled as a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Stanford University, specializing in Computer Graphics.
2005 M.S. Computer Science, Stanford University
2000 B.S. University of Richmond. Summa Cum Laude.
Majors: Computer Science (with honors), Mathematics.
GPA 3.88, Undergraduate rank 8/742
GRE: V760, Q800, A780
Computer Science: 860
August 2010 - Present
Director of Engineering at Playdom
August 2009 - July 2010
Engineering Manager at Playdom
June 2008 - July 2009
Software Engineer at Playdom
|Adobe Fellow at Stanford Graphics Lab||(2005)|
|Stanford Graduate Fellowship||(2000-2003)|
|NSF Graduate Research Fellowship||(2000-2003)|
|Outstanding Student Research Award, University of Richmond||(2000)|
|Outstanding Student in Computer Science at University of Richmond||(1998, 1999, 2000)|
|Phi Beta Kappa||(inducted 1999)|
|Golden Key National Honor Society||(inducted 1998)|
|Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics honorary)||(inducted 1998)|
|Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics honorary)||(inducted 1998)|
|Phi Eta Sigma (Freshman honorary)||(inducted 1997)|
|Winner in University of Richmond Freshman essay contest||(1997)|
|Ethyl Science Scholar at University of Richmond||(1996-2000)|
Vispedia: Search-Driven Sourcing of Visualizations from Wikipedia. Bryan Chan, Leslie Wu, Justin Talbot, Mike Cammarano, Pat Hanrahan. To appear in IEEE Information Visualization 2008.
Visualization of Heterogeneous Data. Mike Cammarano, Xin (Luna) Dong, Bryan Chan, Jeff Klingner, Justin Talbot, Alon Halevy, Pat Hanrahan. IEEE Information Visualization 2007.
Shadow Silhouette Maps. Pradeep Sen, Mike Cammarano, Pat Hanrahan. ACM Transactions on Graphics 2003 (Conference Proceedings Special Issue).
Light Scattering from Human Hair Fibers. Steve Marschner, Henrik Wann Jensen, Mike Cammarano, Steve Worley, Pat Hanrahan. ACM Transactions on Graphics 2003 (Conference Proceedings Special Issue).
Photon Mapping on Programmable Graphics Hardware. Tim Purcell, Craig
Donner, Mike Cammarano, Henrik Wann Jensen, Pat Hanrahan. Proceedings
of Graphics Hardware 2003
* Best Paper Award *
Time Dependent Photon Mapping. Mike Cammarano, Henrik Wann Jensen. Rendering Techniques 2002.
Parallel Implementation of the Back Propagation Algorithm for Neural
Networks. Senior Honors Thesis. Directed by Arthur
Charlesworth, University of Richmond.
* Outstanding Student Research Award, University of Richmond *
|2007 - Fall Quarter||Course Assistant for Stanford CS147 - Human Computer Interaction with Prof. Scott Klemmer.|
|2004 - Fall Quarter||Teaching Assistant for Stanford CS242 - Programming Languages with Prof. John Mitchell.|
|2001 - Spring Quarter||Teaching Assistant for Stanford CS348B - Image Synthesis with Prof. Patrick Hanrahan.|
Paper reviewer for the Eurographics Computer Graphics Forum, Eurographics Symposium on Rendering, and SIGGRAPH.
2000 Park City Mathematics Institute Summer Session in Computational Complexity Theory at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton NJ. Participant in undergraduate program.
1999 Mid-Atlantic Regional MAA Conference. Presented Mathematical Contest in Modeling solution in student session.
1998 AMS/MAA Joint Mathematics Conference in Baltimore MD. Presented Coding Theory research in student poster session.
|ACM Intercollegiate Programming Contest, Mid-Atlantic Region||(1996, 1997, 1998)|
|Mathematical Contest in Modeling||(Meritorious team award, 1999 and 2000)|