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Chrystiano Araújo PhD Student University of British Columbia

I am Chrystiano Araújo, a second-year Ph.D. student at the University of British Columbia, supervised by Prof. Alla Sheffer. My research interests span across topics in Digital Geometry Processing. Recently, I have been particularly interested in Computational Manufacturing, Mesh Decomposition, Generation, and Parametrization.

Before joining UBC, I worked for five years as a Software Developer at the Research Institute Tecgraf/PUC-Rio. During this time, I mainly worked on Mesh Processing, Computational Geometry, and Mesh Visualization. Prior to that, I did a master's degree in Computer Graphics at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, supervised by Prof. Waldemar Celes.

News

07-2019

  • Our Surface2Volume paper on assemblable decomposition for fabrication was accepted at SIGGRAPH 2019. Come to our talk on July-31.

Publications

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Surface2Volume: surface segmentation conforming assemblable volumetric partition

ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH 2019, Los Angeles, USA)
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Methodology for geomechanically controlled transmissibility through active natural fractures in reservoir simulation

Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering (147, 7-14, 2016)
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Quadrilateral Mesh Generation with Deferred Constraint Insertion

International Meshing Roundtable (IMR 2014, London, UK)

Teaching Experience

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CPSC 436D: Game Programming - 2018W (Teaching Assistant)

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CPSC 418: Parallel Computation - 2017W (Teaching Assistant)

Professional Experience

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Tecgraf / PUC-Rio (2012 - 2017)

  • Mesh Processing
  • Computational Geometry
  • Mesh Visualization
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Tecgraf / PUC-Rio (2010 - 2012)

  • 3D Rendering of massive CAD models (desktop)
  • 3D Rendering of CAD models in web browsers