Charlotte Curtis

Position: Assistant Professor PhD

Office: B175P
Phone: 403-440-6028


Charlotte joined the department in 2021 after spending 6 years working in the pipeline inspection industry as a data scientist. She teaches intro-level programming in Python and C++ (and one brief stint in Java) and is looking forward to teaching senior-level courses in the new data science program.

Her research interests are all things signal and image processing, with a particular focus on vector graphics for creative applications. She is a sewing enthusiast and her current research centres on interpreting and manipulating digital sewing patterns. As a proponent of open source, she strives to create useful and accessible software for sewists and other makers while also engaging students in the open source community.

B.Eng in Biological Engineering (2008) - University of Guelph
M.Sc in Biomedical Engineering (2011) - University of Calgary
PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering (2015) - University of Calgary