Geometry is the complement of symbols, the union of curves and surfaces, and the intersection of function and art.
- Ph.D., Computational Mathematics, Dalian University of Technology, China, 2020
- B.S., Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Jilin Normal University, China, 2013
Hui Wang is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Visual Computing Center (VCC) at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), working with Professor Helmut Pottmann.
Education and Early Career
Before joining VCC, Hui Wang was a joint PhD student of Prof. Helmut Pottmann’s Applied Geometry group in TU Wien for two years (2017.9-2019.10). She got her PhD in Dalian University of Technology (DUT) in 2020.
Hui Wang's current research interests include architectural geometry, discrete differential geometry, geometry processing, and computational design.
C. Jiang, H. Wang, V. C. Inza, F. Dellinger, F. Rist, J. Wallner, H. Pottmann, Using isometries for computational design and fabrication, ACM Trans. Graphics (TOG) 40 (4) (2021) 42:1–12.
D. Pellis, H. Wang, M. Kilian, F. Rist, H. Pottmann, C. Muller, Principal symmetric meshes, ACM Trans. Graphics (TOG) 39 (4) (2020) 127:1–17.
H. Wang, D. Pellis, F. Rist, H. Pottmann, C. Muller, Discrete geodesic parallel coordinates, ACM Trans. Graphics (TOG) 38, 6 (2019), 173:1–173:13.