About Me

xuequanlu I am an incoming Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Deakin University in Australia. I have spent more than two wonderful years as a Research Fellow in Singapore, and am still working in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) at present. I received my Ph.D in the College of Computer Science and Technology at Zhejiang University (China) in June 2016. My research interests include computer graphics and vision, mainly focused on:
(1) vision-based geometry processing and analysis,
(2) motion analysis and,
(3) physics-based animation / simulation.

Email: xuequanlu AT ntu.edu.sg

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Recent News

12/2018 I gave a talk at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
11/2018 I gave a talk at SIAT of Chinese Academy of Sciences
07/2018 both 32bit and 64bit EXE released for GPF paper (GPF: GMM-inspired Feature-preserving Point Set Filtering)! Read enclosed PDF before using!
03/2018 new paper (Low Rank Matrix Approximation for Geometry Filtering) released!
01/2018 some test results released to compare with our CAGD17 and TVCG16
11/2017 our paper accepted to AAAI-2018!
07/2017 I gave a talk at Technical University of Munich, Germany
07/2017 I gave a talk at University of Applied Sciences – München, Germany
07/2017 I had an academic visit in Technical University of Munich, Germany
07/2017 our paper accepted to IEEE TVCG
02/2017 one paper accepted to CAGD