Hang Yin


I am an incoming PhD student at UC San Diego Center for Visual Computing advised by professor Albert Chern. I am primarily interested in geometry processing, physically-based animations, and computer graphics in general.

I received my bachelors degree at Carnegie Mellon University in School of Computer Science. At CMU, I was fortunately a part of Prof. Keenan Crane’s Geometry Collective and Prof. David Lindlbauer’s Augmented Perception Lab. Besides research, I also enjoyed working as a teaching assistant for CS courses.

In 2021, I was very lucky to spend a wonderful summer interning at EPFL Geometric Computing Lab,and then a wonderful gap year working at Taichi Graphics.

I like books, films, and submitting low-effort meme papers to sigbovik with my friends