Matthew Overby
Ph.D. Candidate, Computer Science
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
Last updated: September 6 2018

About Me

I am a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, advised by Rahul Narain. My research interests are physics-based animation, elastic deformation, and numerical optimization. For a full list of papers/talks, check out my CV above.

I received my M.S. and B.S. in Computer Science at the University of Minnesota Duluth. At UMD I was advised by Pete Willemsen and my thesis was on efficient simulations of urban heat.

Publications

Project Webpage Jie Li, Gilles Daviet, Rahul Narain, Florence Bertails-Descoubes, Matthew Overby, George Brown, Laurence Boissieux. "An Implicit Frictional Contact Solver for Adaptive Cloth Simulation". ACM TOG, 2018.

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Project Webpage Matthew Overby, George E. Brown, Jie Li, Rahul Narain. "ADMM ⊇ Projective Dynamics: Fast Simulation of Hyperelastic Models with Dynamic Constraints". IEEE TVCG, 2017.

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Project Webpage Girard P., Nadeau D.F., Pardyjak E.R., Overby M., Willemsen P., Stoll R., Bailey B.N., Parlange M.B. "Evaluation of the QUIC-URB wind solver and QESRadiant radiation-transfer model using a dense array of urban meteorological observations". Urban Climate, 2017.

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Project Webpage Narain R., Overby M., Brown G.E. "ADMM ⊇ Projective Dynamics: Fast Simulation of General Constitutive Models". ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics SCA, 2016.

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Elsivier Link Overby M., Willemsen P., Bailey B.N., Halverson S., Pardyjak E.R. "A rapid and scalable radiation transfer model for complex urban domains". Urban Climate, 2016.

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Elsivier Link Bailey B.N., Overby M., Willemsen P., Pardyjak E.R., Mahaffee W.F., Stoll R. "A scalable plant-resolving radiative transfer model based on optimized GPU ray tracing". Agricultural Forest Meteorology, 2014.

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