Hello! I'm a third year PhD student at CSE of Washington University in St Louis. Under the guidance of Prof. Tao Ju, my research focuses in geometric modeling. Before coming to WashU, I spent 1.5 years at The University of Iowa, under Prof. Chris Wyman . My research area then was (real-time) realistic rendering.
I obtained my M.S. degree in State Key Laboratory of Virtual Reality Tech. & Sys.s of Beihang University, Beijing, and my B.S. from Sichuan University, Chengdu, China.
I spent a great summer in 2015 at Pixar Research.
Erosion Thickness on Medial Axes of 3D Shapes (SIGGRAPH 2016) [project] [paper] [sup1] [sup2] [tool] [data]
Authors: Yajie Yan1, Kyle Sykes2, Erin Chambers2, David Letscher2 and Tao Ju1
1Washington University in St. Louis, 2St. Louis University
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Burning the Medial Axis (SIGGRAPH 2015 poster)
Robust medial forms of 3D geometry. (Jan. 14 - present)
- Explore, design, and implement a suite of algorithms for computing a new global measure over the medial axis, and deriving the medial curve structure of a 3D geometry.
Voxelizer & Sparse Octree on GPU
- Self project.
Volumetric Photon Mapping
- Bachelor Thesis.
Feature Lines Extraction on Point Models
- Master Thesis.
Point Model Segmentation
Compression of Attributes in Sparse Voxel Octree
- Summer 2015 internship at Pixar Research
Social Media Visualization using Sankey Diagram
- Summer 2013 project in Avaya Labs
22c:005 Intro to Computer Science. Fall, 2013.
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