Hsueh-Ti (Derek) Liu

I am a third-year Computer Science PhD student at the University of Toronto, advised by Alec Jacobson. My research in digital geometry processing focuses on 3D stylization, numerical coarsening, and differentiable rendering. I received my BSE at National Taiwan University, and MS at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Keenan Crane and Levent Burak Kara. Click here to download my resume.
E-mail: hsuehtil at cs.toronto.edu
Address: Bahen Center, 40 St. George Street, Room 5166, Toronto, ON M5S 2E4


Publications


Cubic Stylization

Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu, Alec Jacobson
ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH Asia), 2019
[Paper,98MB] [ArXiv,9MB] [Project] [Video] [Code (MATLAB)] [Code (C++)]

Spectral Coarsening of Geometric Operators

Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu, Alec Jacobson, Maks Ovsjanikov
ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH), 2019
[Paper,78MB] [Paper,7MB] [ArXiv] [Project] [Code (MATLAB)] [Talk]

Beyond Pixel Norm-Balls:
Parametric Adversaries using an Analytically Differentiable Renderer

Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu, Michael Tao, Chun-Liang Li, Derek Nowrouzezahrai, Alec Jacobson
ICLR 2019
[Paper] [ArXiv] [Poster]

Paparazzi: Surface Editing by way of Multi-View Image Processing

Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu, Michael Tao, Alec Jacobson
ACM Transactions on Graphics (SIGGRAPH Asia), 2018
[Paper,38MB] [Paper,6MB] [Project] [Code]

A Dirac Operator for Extrinsic Shape Analysis

Hsueh-Ti Derek Liu, Alec Jacobson, Keenan Crane
Computer Graphics Forum (SGP), 2017
[Paper] [Project] [Code]