R. Elliot English

Ph.D.
Research Scientist

eenglish@gmail.com



Curriculum Vitae

Publications

English, R. E., Qiu, L., Yu, Y. and Fedkiw, R., "Chimera Grids for Water Simulation", ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), 85-94 (2013). [video]

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).

English, R. E., Lentine, M. and Fedkiw, R., "Interpenetration Free Simulation of Thin Shell Rigid Bodies", IEEE TVCG 19, 991-1004 (2013).

Robinson-Mosher, A., English, R. E. and Fedkiw, R., "Accurate Tangential Velocities for Solid Fluid Coupling", ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), edited by E. Grinspun and J. Hodgins, 227-236 (2009).

English, R. E., and Bridson, R., Animating developable surfaces using nonconforming elements, Proc. ACM SIGGRAPH 2008.

van den Doel, K., Vogt, F., English, R. E. and Fels, S. S., Towards Articulatory Speech Synthesis with a Dynamic 3D Finite Element Tongue Model. In Proceedings of ISSP 06, pages 59-66, 2006.

Ph.D. Thesis: A Scalable and Adaptive Discretization for Free Surface Incompressible Flow Simulation using Overlapping Cartesian Grids.

B.Sc. Honours Thesis: Animating Developable Surfaces using Nonconforming Elements.

Ph.D. Research










Student advising

Summer 2012:

Stanford Computer Science Undergraduate Research Internship. 4 undergraduate students from Stanford.

Army High-Performance Computing Research Center Summer Institute. 2 undergraduate students (1 from University of Texas at El Paso, 1 from Stanford University).

China Undergraduate Visiting Researchers. 1 undergraduate student from Tsinghua University, Beijing.

Summer 2011:

Army High-Performance Computing Research Center Summer Institute. 4 undergraduate students (3 from University of Texas at El Paso, 1 from Morgan State University).


Teaching

Spring 2010: Teaching assistant, Stanford University. Computer Science 448x, Math and Computer Science behind Special Effects.

Fall 2009: Teaching assistant, Stanford University. Computer Science 205a, Mathematical Models for Computer Vision, Robotics, and Graphics.

Summer 2009: Teaching assistant, Stanford University. Computer Science 148, Introduction to Graphics.

Consulting

I provide technical consulting services in a variety of fields. I have extensive experience in legal consulting performing both source code and document review services. Please email me with any inquiries.

Links



Applied Numerical Algorithms Group at LBNL

Physbam lab at Stanford

My advisor at Stanford, Ron Fedkiw

My advisor at UBC, Robert Bridson

Artisynth, a 3D biomechanical modeling toolkit for physical simulation of anatomical structures


Contact


PO Box 19261
Stanford, California 94309-9261
Email: eenglish@gmail.com