Ruoguan Huang

Office: ETB 206 Texas A&M University
Email: huangruoguan AT

I am currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, advised by Dr. John Keyser.
My research interests are in the area of graphics, with specific emphasis on physically based simulations and animations.
Here is a recent version of my resume.


Professional Experiences


Distributed Ray Tracing
VIZA 656 - Image Synthesis (Spring 2010)
VIZA 656 Projects
Image Collection
My CPU Benchmark

Implementing Motion Planning Using Hardware-Accelerated Computation of Voronoi Diagram
CPSC 620 - Computational Geometry (Fall 2009)

Introduction to Algorithms (Second Edition)
CSCE 629 - Analysis of Algorithms (Fall 2009)

Mesh Simplification
CPSC 645 - Geometric Modeling (Spring 2009)
Course Project

Smoothed-Particle Hydrodynamics

Implementing Target-Driven Smoke Animation
VIZA 679 - Advanced Physically Based Modeling (Spring 2009)

Cloth Simulation on GPU
CPSC 649 - Physically Based Modeling (Fall 2008)

Implementing Wave Particles
CPSC 641 - Computer Graphics (Fall 2008)

Teaching Assistant

ENGR 112 [Sections 513/516/517] - Foundations of Engineering II
CSCE 206 [Sections 504-506] - Structured Programming in C (Spring 2010)
CSCE 441 - Computer Graphics (Fall 2009)
CPSC 441 - Computer Graphics (Spring 2009)
CPSC 441 - Computer Graphics (Fall 2008)

Useful Links

TAMU CSE Graphics Seminar Directory
Baraff and Witkin's Siggraph Course Notes
GPGPU Tutorial
My Flickr Page


GLUT - The OpenGL Utility Toolkit
GLEW - The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library
My CPU Benchmark