Chandrika Kamath is a researcher at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory where she is involved in the analysis of data from scientific simulations, experiments, and observations. Her research interests include signal and image processing, machine learning, pattern recognition, and statistics, as well as the application of data analysis techniques to the solution of practical problems.More details on her work from 1998-2007 can be found on the Sapphire Scientific Data Mining Project web page. From 2008-2012, she was involved in the StarSapphire collection of projects in the area of data-driven modeling and analysis. More recently, she has continued her interests in developing data analysis algorithms, while increasing the focus on solving real problems in various scientific domains.
Chandrika maintains this page mainly to disseminate the results of her work as listed in "Publications (by year)". Occasionally, she sorts these publications by projects and belatedly updates the "Publications (by project)" page.
Last updated: March 3, 2015.