I am a fifth year PhD student working with Prof. Adam Finkelstein in Princeton Graphics group. I am expected to graduate in June 2014. I am looking for researcher and post-doc positions.
My research interests include non-photorealistic rendering, digital art creation techniques, data-driven interactive applications, texture synthesis, etc. Here is my research statement.
I have been working closely with collaborators from Google and Adobe including Stephen DiVerdi, Connelly Barnes, Radomir Mech and Paul Asente about data-driven painting applications.
I have served as a research intern for the past few years at Adobe Advanced Technology Lab (2011 spring and summer, 2012 summer, 2013 summer).
My research about digital painting was featured on Princeton webpage , .
I have been awarded Google Research Fellowship in Artistic Graphics from 2012 till now. I recently received Siebel Scholarship for class 2014.
I come from Beijing, China. I received my B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in June 2009. I spent my junior year studying in University of Pennsylvania, where I picked up my research interests in Computer Graphics. Before coming to Princeton, I undertook a summer internship as a software engineer at Electronic Arts in California in summer 2008 and served as a research assistant at HKUST in summer 2009.
I am a devoted Argentine Tango dancer. I served as an officer at Princeton Tango club. I also enjoy Salsa and Swing. I co-founded a Salsa club in my college, HKUST. Besides dancing, I also like various sports including scuba diving, figure skating, and hiking.
RealBrush: Painting with Examples of Physical Media
Jingwan Lu, Connelly Barnes, Stephen DiVerdi, Adam Finkelstein
SIGGRAPH 2013, Proceedings of the 40th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques