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About Me

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at University of California, Irvine. Before joining UCI, I was a postdoctoral associate at MIT, supervised by Fr├ędo Durand. I received my Ph.D. in computer science from Cornell University in 2014, advised by Kavita Bala.

I work in computer graphics with a focus on material appearance modeling and physically-based rendering. My research aims to computationally reproduce the appearance of the real world using physically based models, allowing the prediction of object appearance under a wide range of conditions.

More broadly, I am interested in modeling and solving light transport problems in complex and realistic configurations. We draw inspirations from optics, material science, and computational statistics to develop new techniques for computer graphics & vision, industrial design, and medical imaging applications.

Recent News
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05/2017
Our papers "Fiber-Level On-the-Fly Procedural Textiles" and "Real-Time Linear BRDF MIP-Mapping" have been accepted to Eurographics Symposium on Rendering 2017.
03/2017
Our paper "Inverse Diffusion Curves using Shape Optimization" has been accepted to IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
07/2016
Our paper "Downsampling Scattering Parameters for Rendering Anisotropic Media" has been accepted to ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2016.
04/2016
Our paper "Fitting Procedural Yarn Models for Realistic Cloth Rendering" has been accepted to ACM SIGGRAPH 2016.
08/2015
Our paper "Matching Real Fabrics with Micro-Appearance Models" has been accepted to ACM Transactions on Graphics.
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