My research interests include computational fluid dynamics and solid mechanics, solid/fluid coupling, modeling and simulation of the mechanics of biological cells, and
physically-based simulation for computer graphics.
Emergent phenomena in micro-macro models of microtubule gliding assays C. elegans embryo (with C. Hohenegger, S. Cook)
Microtubule-based motion in the single-celled C. elegans embryo (with M. Mana, F. Piano, and M. Shelley)
Stokes flow in a complex geometry coupled to dynamic rigid structures and filaments (with M. Shelley)
Deformable creatures with articulated, actuated rigid skeletons (with C. Schroeder and R. Fedkiw)
Full two-way coupling of rigid and deformable bodies (with C. Schroeder and R. Fedkiw)
Two-way coupling of fluids to rigid and deformable solids and shells (with A. Robinson-Mosher, J. Gretarsson, J. Su, and R. Fedkiw)
Hybrid simulation of deformable solids (with E. Sifakis, G. Irving, and R. Fedkiw)
Wrinkled flames and cellular patterns (with J.-M. Hong and R. Fedkiw)
Multiple interacting liquids (with F. Losasso, A. Selle, and R. Fedkiw)
Cook, S., and Shinar, T.
Enabling Simulation of High-Dimensional Micro-Macro Biophysical Models through Hybrid CPU and Multi-GPU Parallelism, submitted, 2017
Cook, S., Hohenegger, C., and Shinar, T.
A micro-macro framework for analyzing steric and hydrodynamic interactions in gliding assays, submitted, 2017
Sifakis, E., Shinar, T., Irving, G. and Fedkiw, R.,
Hybrid simulation of deformable solids,
ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA),
edited by D. Metaxas and J. Popovic pp. 81-90, 2007
I was a mentor in the Technovation
Challenge program in NYC. Our team won 1st place in NYC and went on to the national competition at Google HQ
where we placed 3rd overall! Go Firebirds! Read about the team and our winning app in this Huffington Post article.