Nicholas Brunhart-Lupo is a graduate student in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department of the Colorado School of Mines. His research interests include 3D vector field topology, scientific visualization, and the interoperability between general purpose computing on GPUs and graphics programming.
Ph.D. (in progress), Computer Science, Colorado School of Mines, Golden
M.S., Computer Science, University of Queensland, Brisbane
B.S.. Computer Science, Colorado School of Mines, Golden
- Brunhart-Lupo, N. (2012). "Morse Decompositions of 3D Piecewise Constant Vector Fields." PhD Thesis (in progress)
- Brunhart-Lupo, N.; Szymczak, A. (2012). "Nearly Recurrent Components in 3D Piecewise Constant Vector Fields." Eurographics Conference of Visualization (EuroVis) 2012 (Vol. 31);