My research interests lie in the development of practical operations
on geometric models and their application to challenging problems in
areas such as haptics, computer-aided modeling, robotics, and
human-computer interfaces. I strongly believe that interdisciplinary
collaboration motivates theoretical developments in computer science,
as well satisfying solutions to real-world problems.
Similarly, teaching and outreach activities create venues for finding
new applications for computational tools and for developing the
relationships to explore them. These activities are intrinsically tied
to the research process.
My office is MEB 3146, which is in on the west face of the 3rd floor of MEB. If you leave the SoC main office by the back side door, I am two doors down from there. I am generally available or by appointment. Please check class schedules for my formal office hours.