Visiting Associate Professor
Prior to joining Washington University in St. Louis as a faculty member in 2000, Professor Grimm was a post-doctoral researcher at Brown University and Microsoft. She also held research assistant and lecturer positions at Brown University. Professor Grimm is a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Professor Grimm's research interests include surface modeling and illustrative rendering. She creates perceptual editing tools that support more intelligent manipulation of visual effects in scenes, and camera controls that support more effective display of data through the use of non-linear perspective.
Shape Classification and Normal Estimation for Non-uniformly Sampled, Noisy Point Data, Cindy Grimm
and William Smart. Elsevier Computers and Graphics
, 35 (4): 904-915, 2011.
A New Method to Measure Cortical Growth in the Developing Brain, Andrew Knutsen, Yulin Chang, Cindy Grimm
, Ly Phan, Larry Taber and Philip Bayly. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering
, 132(10): 101004-101015, 2010.
The active-learning transformation: a case study in software development and systems software courses, Ross Sowell, Christopher Gill, Roger D. Chaimberlain, Cindy Grimm
, Kenneth J. Goldman and Mark Tranel. Journal of Computing in Small Colleges
, 25(5): 165-172, 2010.
Experiences with active learning in CS 3, Ross Sowell, Yixen Chen, Jeremy Buhler, Sally Goldman, Cindy Grimm
and Kenneth J. Goldman. Journal of Computing in Small Colleges
, 25(5): 173-179, 2010.