I’m an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at University of Arizona.
I’m a member of UA’s HDC Lab.
I work with an awesome research group: Jixian Li (PhD), Kairong Jiang (PhD), and Simon Swenson (PhD) (co-advised with Kobus Barnard). I also co-advise Devin Bayly (an undergrad in NSCS).
Alumni of my group.
I used to profess at Clemson University. I am a postdoctoral alumnus of University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute having worked with Valerio Pascucci and Ross T. Whitaker. I did my PhD at the Ohio State University with Tamal K. Dey and my undergraduate and MS at Case Western Reserve University with Michael S. Branicky.
I research visualization and geometric modeling.
Along the way, I use topological analysis, high-performance computing, and computer graphics.
I write code for my research, including contributions to TTK, Cleaver, DelPSC, and DelIso.
My recent work has been funded by:
DOE, on my Early Career Research Program award Analyzing Multifaceted Scientific Data with Topological Analytics (DE-SC-0019039).
Previous (now completed) funded projects by:
NSF, on our collaborative award Coupled Simulation and Mesh Generation using Computational Topology (IIS-1654221, previously IIS-1314757).
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