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7/30/2017 Two of our papers have been conditionally accepted by SIGGRAPH ASIA 2017. The first one features volumetric tensor field design with application in solid texture and geometry element synthesis. The second one makes use 2D tensor field topology in path planning. More details will follow.
7/25/2017 Dr. Chi-Han Peng from KAUST visits us today and will talk about research on mesh connectivity editing.
7/24/2017 Dr. Yu-Chi Lai from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology visits us today and will talk about research conducted by his research group.
7/21/2017 My student Prashant Kumar successfully passed his preliminary exam and is one last step away from receiving a Ph.D.
7/12/2017 I gave a talk on asymmetric tensor field analysis with applications in vector field visualization, fluid dynamics, and earthquake engineering. The talk is part of the minisymposium at the SIAM Applied Geometry Conference.
7/11/2017 Our paper on the design and visualization of branched covering spaces has been accepted by IEEE Visualization conference 2017. This is one of the first math visualization papers that I worked on. See my research page for the paper and an executable version of the program.
7/1/2017 Our team building proposal has been awarded by the OSHU/OSU cancer seed funds. We will work with Professors Joe Gray and Wei Huang on using visualization and simualation to improve cancer treatment.
6/29/2017 My student Botong Qu successfully passed his preliminary exam and is one last step away from receiving a Ph.D.
6/22/2017 We welcome our high school interns: Jessie Li, Sheena Huang, Pragyna Naik, and Aldo Magana. They will be spending eight weeks with us learning programming and research in computer graphics and visualization.
My student collaborators:
Be sure to check out some images from students taking my past graphics classes.Dr. Yue Zhang and I are running a weekly reading group on computer graphics, scientific visualization, and simulation related topics. I used to run a similar reading group.