
People 

Mathieu Desbrun is the Carl F. Braun
Professor at Caltech in the
Computing + Mathematical Sciences department focusing on harnessing geometry to drive breakthroughs in numerical algorithms for graphics and computational science.
His current areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
Discrete Differential Modeling (differential, yet readilydiscretizable tools for modeling) 

Sheila Shull is our fantastic administrative assistant, basically running the lab with her magic computer. 

Dzhelil Rufat is a sixth year graduate student in Applied Physics.  

Max Budninskiy is a third year graduate student in ACM. 
Beibei (Emma) Liu Oculus Research 
Melissa Yeung Working in NYC 
Gemma Mason Postdocing in NZ 
Jin Huang Back at ZJU 
Dominik Michels Now Prof at Stanford 

Fernando de Goes Now at Pixar 
Tomasz Tyranowski Now @ Imperial College 
Christian Lessig Now at Magdeburg U. 
Keenan Crane Now at Carnegie Mellon U 
Patrick Mullen Now at 2Sigma (NYC) 
Pooran Memari Now at CNRS 
Ashley Moore Aerospace Corp. 
Nadine Olischläger Now back in Germany. 
Evan Gawlik Now at Stanford 
Luke Durant Now at NVidia 
Lily Kharevych Now at Google 
Katherine Breeden Now at Stanford 
Dmitry Pavlov Now at Imperial College 
Ari Stern Now at WUSTL 
Roger Donaldson Now in Canada 
Alex McKenzie Now roaming the world 
Matthew Fisher Now at Adobe Research 
Weiwei Yang Now in MSR NExT 
Ilya Eckstein Now at Google 
Yiying Tong Now at MSU 
Gabriel Peyré Now at CNRS, France 
JeanPhilippe Pons Now at ENPC, France 
Eva Kanso Now at USC 
Pierre Alliez Now at Inria 
Zoë Wood Now at CalPoly 
Eitan Grinspun Now at Columbia U. 
Haeyoung Lee Now at Hongik U. 
Anna Kyrikou Now in Greece 
Laehyun Kim Now at KIST 
Mark Meyer Now at Pixar 
Maithili Dandige Now at Microsoft 
Pushkar Joshi Now at Berkeley 
Last change: June 1, 2016 

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