I am a second year ECE Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University. I’ve been very fortunate to be a part of the Geometry Collective and to be advised by Keenan Crane. This summer (2023) I am an intern at Adobe, where I’ve had the pleasure of working with Alec Jacobson and Qingnan Zhou on physics-related problems.
My research interest broadly is geometry processing and computer graphics. I find it rewarding to learn about Differential Geometry and Topology and to apply that knowledge to the discrete domain when possible.
Before doing geometry, I used to do Computational Imaging; where I got to learn some optics and acoustics and did some physical experiments. In my undergraduate years, I worked on Graph Theory and Statistics problems.
Computational Imaging using Ultrasonically-Sculpted Virtual Lenses
Hossein Baktash, Yash Belhe, Matteo Giuseppe Scopelliti, Yi Hua, Aswin C Sankaranarayanan, Maysamreza Chamanzar
Some Results on Dominating Induced Matchings
S Akbari, H Baktash, A Behjati, A Behmaram, M Roghani
Graphs and Combinatorics 38 (3), 73