Xingyi Du

Xingyi Du

PhD Candidate of Computer Science

Graphics Lab at WashU

About Me

I am a fourth-year Ph.D. student at CSE, Washington University in St. Louis. I research computer graphics and geometric computing under the supervision of Prof. Tao Ju. I am interested in applying mathematics and computation to tackle challenging problems with a geometric flavor, with applications ranging from computer animation, geometric modeling to medical imaging.

I earned my master’s degree from Tsinghua University in 2018. There, I worked on remeshing with Prof. Hui Zhang and Prof. Dong-Ming Yan. I finished my undergraduate study in 2015 from Tsinghua University with a major in Material Science and a minor degree in Computer Science.

I have been collaborating with fantastic researchers at Adobe Research on many exciting problems in graphics and geometry.

In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, cooking Chinese food, reading books, and learning math.


  • Computer Graphics
  • Computational Geometry
  • Optimization


  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, in progress

    Washington University at St. Louis

  • M.Sc. in Software Engineering, 2018

    Tsinghua University

  • Minor in Computer Science, 2015

    Tsinghua University

  • B.E. in Material Science and Engineering, 2015

    Tsinghua University

Recent Publications

Optimizing Global Injectivity for Constrained Parameterization

A method for globally injectively mapping a triangle mesh to plane while satisfying positional constraints

Boundary-Sampled Halfspaces: A New Representation for Constructive Solid Modeling

A novel representation for solid models to facilitate intuitive shape design and straightforward reverse engineering

Lifting Simplices to Find Injectivity

A method for injectively mapping 2D/3D meshes into a target domain

Quad Mesh Generation via Field-Aligned Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation

Generating high-quality quad-dominant meshes by aligning mesh edges to an underlying directional field and pairing triangles to quadrilaterals

Field-Aligned Isotropic Surface Remeshing

Isotropic remeshing triangle meshes by aligning triangle edges to a given directional field

Recent Posts

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