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Current Research

Fall 2011 -- present
Research on high accuracy two-way solid fluid coupling algorithms

Qiu, L., Yu, Y., and Fedkiw, R., "On thin gaps between rigid bodies two-way coupled to incompressible flow", J. Comp. Phys. 292, 1-29 (2015).

English, R. E., Qiu, L., Yu, Y., and Fedkiw, R., "Chimera Grids for Water Simulation", ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), (2013).

English, R. E., Qiu, L., Yu, Y., and Fedkiw, R., "An Adaptive Discretization of Incompressible Flow using a Multitude of Moving Cartesian Grids", J. Comp. Phys. 254, 107-154 (2013).

Fall 2014
Research on reduced order deformable solid simulation

Sheth, R., Lu, W., Yu, Y., Fedkiw, R., "Fully Momentum-Conserving Reduced Deformable Bodies with Collision, Contact, Articulation, and Skinning", ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), (2015).

Algorithmic Music Composition

June 2016
WACM Project: Toward automated composition of Bach-style fugues

Workshop led by David Cope, Peter Elsea, and Daniel Brown at UCSC

June 2015
CS275 Project: Reconstructing chord inversions for 16th century polyphony score

Courses taught by Eleanor Selfridge-Field and Craig Sapp at Stanford CCARH

May 2011
Undergrad Final Year Project: An experiment on fugue composition using GA and Markov chains

with Osbert Ngok at HKUST