Interests - Geometric
Analysis and Its Applications:
Theories: Computational Conformal Geometry, Quasiconformal Geometry,
Teichmüller Theory, Hyperbolic Geometry, Discrete Ricci Flow
Algorithms: Surface/Image/Volume Mapping, Registration, Shape
Analysis, Matching, Tracking, Classification, and Pattern
Applications in Engineering and Biomedicine: Vision, Graphics,
Visualization, Medical Imaging, Geometric Modeling, and Wireless
2017 Spring, CAP-4710/5701: Computer Graphics (TT 2:00-3:15PM)
2016 Fall, 2015 Fall, COT-4521/5520:
Computational Geometry | COT-5407:
2016 Spring, 2015 Spring, CAP-4710/5701: Computer Graphics |
COT-5407: Introduction to Algorithms
2014 Fall, CIS-6930-U03: Advanced Special Topics in Graphics &Vision
| CIS-4911-U01: Undergraduate Senior Project - iOS/Android Game
Geometric Search Engine (GeomSE)
Colonoscopy on I-CAVE
Group - Muhammad Razib (Ph.D.
candidate, since 2013 Fall), Abdur Bin Shahid (Ph.D. student, 2014
Fall-2016 Fall), Musfiq Sazal (Ph.D. student, since 2015 Fall), Adnan
Maruf (Ph.D. student, since 2016 Fall), Alain Galvan (Undergraduate
student, since 2015 Spring), Earl Mccard (Undergraduate student, since
2015 spring), and a team consisting of about 15 graduate and
undergraduate students on the FIU GeomSE and I-CAVE projects.
Students - Talented
graduate and undergraduate students are welcome!
Short Bio -
Dr. Wei Zeng is an assistant professor of the School of
Computing and Information Sciences at Florida International University.
Dr. Zeng received her Ph.D. from Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2008 and
had her postdoctoral training at Stony Brook University in 2010-2012.
She also worked at Microsoft Research Asia and Stony Brook University
during her graduate study. Her Ph.D. thesis was titled “Computational
Conformal Geometry Based Shape Analysis”. She has published numerous
papers in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., IEEE TPAMI, IEEE TVCG, IJCV) and
conferences (e.g., ICCV, ECCV, CVPR, VIS, SPM, IPMI, MICCAI, INFOCOM,
IPSN) and a book by Springer, won a Best paper award in CAD/CAM (IJCC
2009), and has two U.S. patents on virtual colonoscopy techniques.
October 5-9, Germany,
"Structural Brain Mapping" (M. Razib, Z.-L. Lu, and W. Zeng)!
June 28-July 13, Scotland,
"Shape Classification Using Wasserstein Distance for Brain
Morphometry Analysis" (Z. Su, W. Zeng, Y. Wang, Z.-L. Lu, and X.
Geometric Structures and Deformations on Surfaces: From Theory to
Faculty Lecture Series, FIU-SCIS,
Oct 03, 2014. University of Florida (UF), Nov 05, 2014, Gainesville,
Conformal and Quasiconformal Geometry for Medical Imaging.
Computational and Molecular Biology Interest Organization (CaMBIO),
Oct 01, 2014.
Surface Ricci Flow and Its Applications.
Department of Physics, Florida Atlantic University (FAU), Sep 26,
2014, Boca Raton, FL.
September 14-18, Boston, "Colon Flattening by Landmark-Driven
Optimal Quasiconformal Mapping"
Zeng and Y. Yang)!
September 6-12, Zurich, "Surface Matching and Registration by
Landmark Curve-Driven Canonical Quasiconformal Mapping"
Zeng and Y. Yang)!