2022 Computer Science Ph.D. Graduates
Hometown: Cottage Grove, Minnesota
Research focus: My area of research is computer graphics, with specific focus on physics-based animation and numerical simulation. I am particularly interested in designing novel algorithms for the efficient simulation of cloth and digital garments, deformable bodies, dissipative force modelling, and other computational tasks in geometry processing. Read their final dissertation.
Future plans: I am a research scientist in the fashion technology industry and currently work with the R&D team at CLO Virtual Fashion. I work to push the boundaries of digital garment simulation and explore new avenues for improved realism and computational performance.
Hometown: Taipei, Taiwan
Research focus: My research lies in the intersection of human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence (AI). My work focuses on promoting the explainability and fairness of AI algorithms—by involving relevant stakeholders in the design process, and through human-AI collaborations. Read their final dissertation.
Future plans: I am currently an applied scientist at Amazon in the Alexa Shopping team. I will continue to use my expertise to build helpful and trustworthy AI, assisting users with their shopping experience.
Hometown: Jiangsu, China
Research focus: I worked on optimization for robot mapping and path planning during my Ph.D. studies, with a focus on improving energy efficiency for robot navigation. Read their final dissertation.
Future plans: I currently work at Google to develop and improve motion tracking technologies for relative AR products.