- I am currently looking for postdoc and faculty positions to start in Fall 2023. Please feel free to reach out with any opportunities you might know of!
I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. I am a member of the Geometric Computing Lab where I work with Professor Daniele Panozzo on research in computer graphics, physical simulation, and digital fabrication. The goal of my research is to design robust algorithms that reduce the amount of interactive user work, allowing the automatic simulation of a large number of challenging designs and scenarios. My research has been recognized by the Jacob T. Schwartz Ph.D. Fellowship (2021), Dean's Dissertation Fellowship (2022–2023), and Adobe Research Fellowship (2022).
I earned my Bachelor of Science in computer science with a minor in mathematics from George Mason University (GMU) in 2017. While at GMU, I worked with Professor Yotam Gingold as a member of the Creativity and Graphics Lab. Our work in texture mapping, 3D modeling, and numerical optimization culminated in the publication of "Seamless: Seam erasure and seam-aware decoupling of shape from mesh resolution" at SIGGRAPH Asia 2017.
I will spend the summer as a research scientist intern at Adobe working with Danny Kaufman on a project in physical simulation.
I am very excited to announce that I have been awarded the Adobe Research Fellowship! It is a huge honor and I am deeply grateful to all those who have helped me to receive this award.
I have been awarded the GSAS Dean's Dissertation Fellowship for the 2022–2023 academic year. I look forward to completing and sharing my dissertation soon!
I will be interning in the Computational Geometry team at Carbon this summer. While there, I will work on the simulation and physical validation of lattice structures with contact.
Our SIGGRAPH 2021 paper, "Intersection-free Rigid Body Dynamics", is now online! I look forward to presenting it this summer.
I have been selected as a 2021 Jacob T. Schwartz Ph.D. Fellow! I'm deeply grateful for this honor.
Our ACM Transactions on Graphics paper, "A Large Scale Benchmark and an Inclusion-Based Algorithm for Continuous Collision Detection", is now online. We plan to present the work at SIGGRAPH 2022 in Vancouver, Canada. Hope to see you there in person!
Our paper, "DHFSlicer: Double Height-Field Slicing For Milling Fixed Thickness Materials", is accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2020 and will be presented virtually this December.
Our paper, "Incremental Potential Contact: Intersection- and Inversion-free, Large-Deformation Dynamics", will be published in ACM Transactions on Graphics and presented at SIGGRAPH 2020 this summer
in Washington, D.C. virtually.
I will spend the summer as a research intern at the Creative Intelligence Lab, Adobe Research, in San Francisco. While there, I will work with Qingnan Zhou and Danny Kaufman on a computational fabrication project.
The slides from my SIGGRAPH Asia 2017 presentation of "Seamless: Seam erasure and seam-aware decoupling of shape from mesh resolution" are now available.
My first paper, "Seamless: Seam erasure and seam-aware decoupling of shape from mesh resolution", was published in ACM Transactions on Graphics and presented at SIGGRAPH Asia 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand.
I moved to New York to pursue a Ph.D. at New York University advised by Professor Daniele Panozzo.
I graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in computer science and a minor in mathematics.