I'm the CEO and co-founder of Phisix Fashion Labs, a Bay Area technology company helping apparel e-tailers increase sales and reduce returns through the application of innovative 3D modeling and physical simulation technologies. Check us out at http://www.phisix.co.
I was previously a Research Scientist in the Parallel Computing Lab at Intel Corporation. My primary interests are in graphics, particularly physically-based simulations. I graduated with my Ph.D. from Ron Fedkiw's group at Stanford University.
I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Washington in June 2006.
I also did research at UW in the Department
of Computer Science and Engineering with Professor Richard
Anderson. I worked on a piece of software called Classroom Presenter, which is
a presentation system used for conferencing and lecturing. Read
more about it here. It's starting to get a lot of exposure in various
classes, and even beyond CS, and beyond UW.
Jonathan Su, Rahul Sheth, and Ronald Fedkiw. Energy Conservation for the Simulation of Deformable Bodies, IEEE TVCG 19, 189-200 (2013).
Jonathan Su, Craig Schroeder, and Ronald Fedkiw. Energy Stability and Fracture for Frame Rate Rigid Body Simulations, ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), edited by Eitan Grinspun and Jessica Hodgins, pp. 155-164 (2009).
Nipun Kwatra, Jonathan Su, Jon Gretarsson, and Ronald Fedkiw. A Method for Avoiding the Acoustic Time-Step Restriction in Compressible Flow, J. Comp. Phys. 228, 4146-4161 (2009).
Avi Robinson-Mosher, Tamar Shinar, Jon Gretarsson, Jonathan Su and Ronald Fedkiw. Two-way Coupling of Fluids to Rigid and Deformable Solids and Shells, SIGGRAPH 2008, ACM TOG 27, 46.1-46.9 (2008).
Andrew Selle, Jonathan Su, Geoffrey Irving and Ronald Fedkiw. Robust High-Resolution Cloth using Parallelism, History-Based Collisions, and Accurate Friction, IEEE TVCG 15, 339-350 (2009).
Kurt Akeley and Jonathan Su. Minimum Triangle Separation for Correct Z-Buffer Occlusion, Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH/EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics Hardware, pp. 27-30 (2006).
Richard Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Crystal Hoyer, Craig Prince, Jonathan Su, Fred Videon and Steve Wolfman. A Study of Diagrammatic Ink in Lecture. Computers and Graphics 29 (2005), pp. 480-489 (revised AAAI FSS Paper).
Richard Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Crystal Hoyer, Craig Prince, Jonathan Su, Fred Videon and Steve Wolfman. Understanding Diagrammatic Ink in Lecture, AAAI Fall Symposium 2004 Workshop on Making Pen-Based Interaction Intelligent and Natural.
Richard Anderson, Crystal Hoyer, Craig Prince, Jonathan Su, Fred Videon and Steve Wolfman. Speech, Ink and Slides: The Interaction of Content Channels, ACM Multimedia 2004.
Beth Simon, Ruth Anderson, Crystal Hoyer and Jonathan Su. Preliminary Experiences with a Tablet PC Based System to Support Active Learning in Computer Science Courses, ITiCSE 2004.
My sister's page - My sister Sara finished her Ph.D in Computer Science at MIT. She went to UW for undergrad like me. She's doing a lot of stuff with non-photo-realistic rendering, and it's pretty cool. Check out her page for details.