As of Fall 2016, I have taken a new position at University of Arizona. This
page will slowly transition to there.
My research focuses on topics in geometric modeling, visualization, mesh
generation, topological analysis, vector fields, volume and medical
imaging, surface reconstruction, computer graphics, and computational
You may be also looking for a list of some of my publications.
Peridynamic Perspective on Spring-Mass Fracture - with Adam W.
Bargteil, Chris Corsi, Jerry Tessendorf, and Robert Geist. SCA
- State of the Art in Surface
Reconstruction from Point Clouds - with Matthew Berger, Andrea
Tagliasacchi, Lee M. Seversky, Pierre Alliez, Andrei Sharf, and Claudio
T. Silva. Eurographics 2014.
conforming tetrahedral meshes of multimaterial volumetric data -
with Jonathan R. Bronson and Ross T. Whitaker
- A Benchmark for Surface
Reconstruction - with Matthew Berger, Luis Gustavo Nonato, Gabriel
Taubin, and Claudio T. Silva
1.0 released from the Performance Analysis and Visualization at
Exascale (PAVE) team