Hsueh-Ti (Derek) Liu

I am a third-year Computer Science PhD student at the University of Toronto, advised by Alec Jacobson. My research focuses on digital geometry processing with applications to geometric 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]

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)]

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]