Assistant Professor
Computer Science
Texas A&M University

(979) 845-4893

Prior to this appointment at Texas A&M University, I enjoyed two years as an assistant professor at California Polytechnic State University. I was a post-doctoral fellow at Disney Research Boston and the MIT Computational Fabrication Group, working with Wojciech Matusik. I received my Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dinesh K. Pai. My main research area is computer graphics and animation, specializing in physically based animation, biomechanical simulations, and computational fabrication.


Texas A&M University
  • CSCE 441 - Computer Graphics (2017S, 2018S)
  • CSCE 489/689 - Computational Fabrication (2016F, 2017F)
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)


Ying Wang
Ph.D. Student
Nicholas Weidner
Ph.D. Student
Margaret Baxter
M.S. Student
Yura Hwang
M.S. Student
Steven Leal
B.S. Student
Gustavo Lopez
B.S. Student
Seung Heon Sheen
B.S. Student




Associate Editor
  • Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds: 2018
  • World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Minisymposium Co-organizer: 2018
  • Symposium on Computer Animation, Posters Chair: 2015
Program Committee Member
  • SIGGRAPH Asia: 2016, 2017
  • Eurographics: 2017, 2018
  • Symposium on Computer Animation: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Pacific Graphics: 2017
  • Graphics Interface: 2016
  • Computer Animation and Social Agents: 2017
  • Graphics For Digital Fabrication In The Arts And Culture: 2017
  • Eurographics State of the Art Report: 2015