Dr. Yeganeh Bahoo is an Assistant Professor at Ryerson University, Department of Computer Science. Prior to this, she was a postdoctoral researcher working with the University of Windsor and CAMufactring Solutions to develop efficient and accurate algorithms at the intersection of Computational Geometry and Additive Manufacturing to be used across the globe for industrial design and manufacturing. She obtained her PhD from the University of Manitoba, specializing in Computational Geometry. Through her research, she has engaged in rich collaborative works with leading researchers around the world, in institute such as Simon Fraser University, University of Waterloo, and Freie Universität Berlin to name a few. Yeganeh has taught several courses in Computer Science at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg, as well as collaborated as a member of the Geometric Approximation and Distributed Algorithms lab at the University of Manitoba and the Computational Geometry lab at Carleton University. Yeganeh graduated top of her class in her Masters program at Amirkabir University, Iran, where she contributed works on Pursuit-Evasion and other Computational Geometry problems.
She is an expert in Computational Geometry, pursuing interdisciplinary topics in Engineering, manufacturing, and other fields of Computer Science.
- Computational Geometry
- Algorithms and Data Structures for Wireless Communications
- Additive Manufacturing, CNC path planning, and Robotics
- Geometric Deep Learning
- Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality