Work Experience

Compaq Systems Research Center
9/00-present Research Scientist
Started project on bioinformatics visualization.

Microsoft Research.
6/98-9/98, Intern, User Interfaces Group.
Started research project for visualizing linguistic queries (completed after returning to Stanford).

Silicon Graphics, Inc.
3/96-6/98, Part-Time Consultant. 6/97-9/97, Intern.
Adapting research software for visualizing graphs in 3D hyperbolic space for integration with a Web site management product.

Technical University of Berlin
5/95-7/95 Visiting Researcher
Continued work on visualizing graphs in 3D hyperbolic space as a visitor to the Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics group (SFB 288).

The Geometry Center
The National Science and Technology Research Center for Computation and Visualization of Geometric Structures
6/92-5/95 Senior Technical Staff, 6/91-6/92 Apprentice.

Geometry Supercomputer Project
6/90-9/90, Summer Intern
Wrote RenderMan scene snapshot driver for OOGL (Object Oriented Graphics Libraries) and incorporated it into MinneView (a 3D interactive viewer), under the direction of staff member Charlie Gunn. Improved MinneView in response to user requests.

ETA Systems (former supercomputer subsidiary of Control Data)
6/86-9/88, Summer and Part-Time Intern.
Ported large-scale biochemical FORTRAN code to CYBER 205, created user-friendly front end interface. Assisted on port of 2D and 3D FORTRAN graphics libraries to CYBER 205 and ETA 10 supercomputers. Wrote TurboPascal graphics metafile translator for IBM-PC. Provided FORTRAN and Unix technical support for high school teacher and student summer institute.

Tamara Munzner
Last modified: Mon Dec 17 20:44:07 PST 2001