Stanford Scientific Computing/Computational Mathematics
My research interests include computer graphics, computational biomechanics, computational
solid and fluid mechanics, numerical analysis and collision detection/contact modeling.
Animations of muscles constructed from the NIH visible human data set (with Eftychios Sifakis, Silvia Blemker,
Victor Ng-Thow-Hing, Cynthia Lau and Ronald Fedkiw).
Robust finite element simulation, even for degenerate and inverted elements (with Geoffrey Irving and
Tetrahedral mesh generation (with Neil Molino, Robert Bridson and Ronald Fedkiw).
Gretarsdotir, U., Bao, Z., Bridson, R., Teran, J., and Fedkiw, R.,
"A Bending Model for the Simulation of Folding and Wrinkling Surfaces such as Cloth and Skin",
Submitted to ACM Transactions On Graphics.
Teran, J., Sifakis, E., Blemker, S., Ng Thow Hing, V., Lau, C. and Fedkiw, R.,
"Creating and Simulating Skeletal Muscle from the Visible Human Data Set",
IEEE TVCG (in press).
Bridson, R., Teran, J., Molino, N. and Fedkiw, R.,
"Adaptive Physics Based Tetrahedral Mesh Generation Using Level Sets",
Engineering with Computers, (in press).
Irving, G., Teran, J., and Fedkiw, R.,
"Invertible Finite Elements for Robust Simulation of Large Deformation",
ACM/SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), edited by R. Boulic and D. Pai,
Molino, N., Bridson, R., Teran, J. and Fedkiw, R.,
"A Crystalline, Red Green Strategy for Meshing Highly Deformable Objects with Tetrahedra",
12th Int. Meshing Roundtable, 103-114, 2003.
Teran, J., Blemker, S., Ng Thow Hing, V. and Fedkiw, R.,
"Finite Volume Methods for the Simulation of Skeletal Muscle",
ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), edited by D. Breen and M. Lin, pp. 68-74, 2003.
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