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 Design and 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


Rebecca McFadden
B.S. Student


Oliver Raney
B.S. Student


Alumni

Publications

Service

Associate Editor Program Chair
  • Motion, Interaction & Games: 2020
  • Shape Modeling International - Fabrication and Sculpting Event: 2020
Area Chair
  • International Symposium on Visual Computing: 2019
Posters Chair
  • Symposium on Computer Animation: 2015
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.