My research interest originates from my passion for physics and mathematics. After obtaining my Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from North Carolina State University, I worked on tire fabrication and performance modeling at Michelin North America Research and Development Corportation for almost fifteen years. My industry research experience has inspired much of my current research directions.
At Oregon State University, I have been working with talented and motivated students on problems that have both theoretical significance and practical potentials, such as topology-driven tensor field visualization for solid and fluid mechanics, sound analysis and synthesis for games and virtual environment, and information visualization.
If you are intersted in doing research in computer graphics and data visualization, please feel free to contact me.
Here is my CV.