Scholarly Work

Professor Neamtu has published extensively on Data Driven Materials Science, Brain Computer Interaction, and Data Series analytics, among others. Full list of publications in [SITE NAME]

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    Data Driven Materials Science: Stephen Price, Matthew Gleason, Bryer Sousa, Danielle Cote, Rodica Neamtu (2021). Automated and Refined Application of Convolutional Neural Network Modeling to Metallic Powder Particle Satellite Detection . In Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation Journal (pp. 661-676) Publisher Springer International.

    Brain Computer Interaction: Alicia Howell-Munson, Christopher Micheck, Erin Solovey, Rodica Neamtu (2022). BrainEx: Interactive Visual Exploration and Discovery of Sequence Similarity in Brain Signals. In Proceedings of ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computer Systems (EICS PACM 2022). (

    Data Series Analytics: Neamtu, R., Ahsan, R., Nguyen, C. D. T., Lovering, C., Rundensteiner, E. A., & Sarkozy, G. (2020). A General Approach For Supporting Time Series Matching using Multiple-Warped Distances. IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 34(4), 1516-1529. doi: 10.1109/TKDE.2020.2998002

    Applications for accessibility: Neamtu, R., Camara, A., Pereira, C., Ferreira R. (2019, Sept 2-6). Using Artificial Intelligence for Augmentative Alternative Communication for Children with Disabilities. [Conference paper]. In International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (INTERACT2019). (pp. 234-243) Paphos Cyprus.

    Worcester Magazine
    WPI students help Audio Journal listeners connect by developing first phone app

    Rodica Neamtu, associate teaching professor of computer science, was quoted in a Worcester Magazine article on her students developing an iOS phone app for Worcester-based nonprofit Audio Journal. “I realized that this was going to be something bigger than creating a nice app,” Neamtu said, referring to the project the students did as part of their Major Qualifying Project (MQP).