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Assoc Prof He Ying
Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering
|Prof He is currently in the School of Computer Engineering since June 2006. He received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University, Master and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Stony Brook University. His research interests include computer graphics, computer-aided design and scientific visualization.|
|Prof He's research interests include computer graphics, computer-aided design and scientific visualization. His current research works focus on computational conformal geometry and its applications to computer graphics.|
- Biharmonic B-splines on Manifold Triangle Meshes
- Computational Conformal Geometry Applied to New Paradigm of Geometric Modeling
- Computing Extremal Quasi-conformal Maps on Surfaces of Arbitrary Topology
- Geometry Videos: Exploring Highly Detailed Motion Data in Co-space
- Globally Isotropic Distance: Theory and Applications
- New Directions in Four-Dimensional Mathematical Visualization
- Poisson Vector Graphics and Closed-form Poisson Solver: Theory and Algorithms
- Robust And Accurate Faces Segmentation And Expression Transfer For Autonomous Avatars
- Saddle Vertex Graph (SVG): A Novel Solution to the Discrete Geodesic Problem
- The Protein Binding Hot Spots Are Water Free?
- Y.-K. Lai, M. Jin, X. Xie, Y. He, J. Palacios, E. Zhang, S.-M. Hu and X. Gu. (2009). Metric driven RoSy field design and remeshing. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, .
- Y. He, H. Wang, C.-W. Fu, and H. Qin. (2009). A divide-and-conquer approach for automatic polycube map construction. Computers & Graphics , .
- Long Zhang, Ying He, Xuexiang Xie, and Wei Chen. (2009). Laplacian lines for real time shape illustration. ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games (I3D’09).
- H. Wang, Y. He, X. Li, X. Gu, and H. Qin. (2008). Polycube splines. Computer-Aided Design, .
- Xuexiang Xie*, Ying He, F.Tian, H.S.Seah, Xianfeng Gu*, Hong Qin*. (2007). An Effective Illustrative Visualization Framework based on Photic Extremum Lines (PELs). IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 13(6), 1328-1335.
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