Assistant Professor
Computer Science
Texas A&M University
Aggie Graphics Group

HRBB 527D

Prior to this appointment at Texas A&M University, I enjoyed two years as an assistant professor at California Polytechnic State University. Before that, I was a post-doctoral fellow at Disney Research Boston and the MIT Computational Fabrication Group. I received my Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia. My main research area is computer graphics, specializing in physically based modeling, biomechanical simulation, and computational fabrication. I am a recipient of an NSF CAREER award.

GitHub Repositories:

Teaching

Texas A&M University California Polytechnic State University
  • CSC 102 - Fundamentals of Computer Science II: 2015S
  • CSC 471 - Introduction to Computer Graphics: 2014F, 2016S
  • CSC 474 - Computer Animation: 2015W, 2016W
  • CSC 500 - Physically Based Animation: 2016S

Students

Ying Wang
Ph.D. Student


Nicholas Weidner
Ph.D. Student


Bethany Witemeyer
Ph.D. Student


Hayoung Jeon
M.S. Student


Alumni

Publications

Service

Associate Editor Program Chair
  • Motion, Interaction & Games: 2020
Papers Chair
  • Shape Modeling International - Fabrication and Sculpting Event: 2020
Program Committee Member

Personal

My wife teaches English at Baylor University. She specializes in seventeenth-century British literature. We live in Waco with our two kids and a Labrador retriever named Milton.