Geometry and motion are ubiquitous in the physical world, at both macroscopic and microscopic levels. To operate in this world or to simulate it, we need accurate models of the environment, compact data structures to represent the models, and efficient algorithms to compute motion for physical or simulated objects. We are interested in representations and algorithms for synthesizing and analyzing motion and the applications of these techniques in computational biology and robotics.


Robot Placement
Robot Placement (completed)

Computational Biology


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