Tamar ShinarAssociate Professor Computer Science & Engineering Department University of California - Riverside Riverside, CA 92521 shinar@cs.ucr.edu Curriculum Vitae |

My research interests include physics-based animation, fluid-structure interaction, and modeling and simulation of the mechanics of biological cells.

- SIGGRAPH 2019 Physics-based animation (with A. Bargteil)

- SIGGRAPH 2018 Physics-based animation (with A. Bargteil)

- An extended partitioned method for conservative solid-fluid coupling (with M. Akbay, N. Nobles, and V. Zordan)

- Emergent phenomena in micro-macro models of microtubule gliding assays (with C. Hohenegger, and 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)

- Sun Y., Shinar T., and Schroeder, C. Effective time step restrictions for explicit MPM simulation, ACM SIGGRAPH / Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation 2020, Volume 39, Number 8, 2020
- Akbay, M., Schroeder, C., and Shinar T. Boundary pressure projection for partitioned solution of fluid-structure interaction with incompressible Dirichlet fluid domains, accepted to Journal of Computational Physics, 2020
- Ding, O., Shinar, T., and Schroeder, C. Affine particle in cell method for MAC grids and fluid simulation, Journal of Computational Physics, Volume 408, May 2020, 109311, 2020
- Cook, S., and Shinar, T. Enabling simulation of high-dimensional micro-macro biophysical models through hybrid cpu and multi-gpu parallelism, 2019 preprint
- Bargteil, A., Shinar T. An introduction to physics-based animation, ACM SIGGRAPH 2018 Courses, 2018
- Akbay, M., Nobles, N., Zordan, V., Shinar T. An extended partitioned method for conservative solid-fluid coupling, SIGGRAPH 2018, ACM Trans. Graph., Vol. 37, No. 4, Article 86, 2018
- Falkenstein, M., Jones B., Levine, J.A., Shinar T., Bargteil, A.W. Reclustering for large plasticity in clustered shape matching, Proceedings of the 10th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference on Motion in Games, 2017
- Jones B., Levine, J.A., Shinar T. , Bargteil, A.W. Efficient collision detection for example-based deformable bodies, Proceedings of the 10th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference on Motion in Games, 2017
- Cook, S., Hohenegger, C., and Shinar, T. A micro-macro framework for analyzing steric and hydrodynamic interactions in gliding assays, SIAM Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 1768–1796, 2017
- Jones B., Thuerey N., Shinar T. , Bargteil A.W. Example-based plastic deformation of rigid bodies, SIGGRAPH 2016, ACM TOG 35, 2016
- Jones B., Martin A., Levine J.A., Shinar T., Bargteil A.W. Ductile fracture for clustered shape matching, Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics and Games, Redmond, WA, 2016
- Jones B., Martin A., Levine J.A., Shinar T., Bargteil A.W. Clustering and collision detection for clustered shape matching, Proceedings of the 8th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference on Motion in Games, 199-204, 2015
- Hohenegger, C., Cook, S. and Shinar, T. Dimensional reduction of a multiscale continuum model of microtubule gliding assays, SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 74 (5), 2014
- Robinson-Mosher, A., Shinar, T., Silver, P. and Way J. Dynamics simulations for engineering macromolecular interactions, AIP Chaos 23 (2), 2013
- Shinar, T., Mana, M., Piano, F. and Shelley, M.,
A model of cytoplasmically-driven microtubule-based motion in the single-celled
*C. elegans*embryo, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (26), pp. 10508-10513, 2011 - Robinson-Mosher, A., Shinar, T., Gretarsson, J., Su, J. and Fedkiw, R., Two-way coupling of fluids to rigid and deformable solids and shells, SIGGRAPH 2008, ACM TOG 27, 2008
- Shinar, T., Schroeder, C., and Fedkiw, R., Two-way coupling of rigid and deformable bodies, ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA), edited by D. James and M. Gross, pp. 95-103, 2008
- 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
- Hong, J.-M., Shinar, T. and Fedkiw, R., Wrinkled flames and cellular patterns, SIGGRAPH 2007, ACM TOG 26, 47.1-47.6, 2007
- Hong, J.-M., Shinar, T., Kang, M. and Fedkiw, R., On boundary condition capturing for multiphase interfaces J. Sci. Comput. 31, 99-125, 2007
- Losasso, F., Shinar, T. Selle, A. and Fedkiw, R., Multiple interacting liquids SIGGRAPH 2006, ACM TOG 25, 812-819, 2006

- Shinar, T., Simulation of Coupled Rigid and Deformable Solids and Multiphase Fluids, Scientific Computing and Computational Mathematics, Stanford, 2008

- Jason Goulding

- Muzaffer Akbay, Oculus VR, Ph.D., 2018
- Steven Cook, Novartis Research Foundation, Ph.D., 2017
- Nicholas Nobles, M.S., 2017
- Wojciech Karas, M.S., 2016
- Paul Cernea, M.S., 2015
- Lingli Wang, M.S., 2014

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Fall 2020

CS 179N : Computer Graphics, Spring 2020

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2020

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Fall 2019

CS 179N : Computer Graphics, Spring 2019

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2019

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Fall 2018

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Spring 2018

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2018

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Fall 2017

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Spring 2017

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Spring 2016

CS 230 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2016

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Fall 2015

CS 30 : Introduction to Computational Science and Engineering, Spring 2015

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Winter 2015

CS 230 : Computer Graphics, Fall 2014

CS 30 : Introduction to Computational Science and Engineering, Spring 2014

CS 260 : Physics-Based Simulation for Computer Graphics, Spring 2013

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2013

CS 210 : Scientific Computing, Fall 2012

CS 130 : Computer Graphics, Spring 2012

CS 230 : Computer Graphics, Winter 2012