Bézier Award


Dinesh Manocha

Department of Computer Science
University of Maryland

Dinesh Manocha is Paul Chrisman-Iribe Chair in Computer Science & Electrical-Computer Engineering at University of Maryland College Park. His research interests include geometric computing physically-based modeling, and robotics. His group has developed a number of packages for multi-agent simulation, robot planning, and physics-based modeling that are standard in the field and licensed to more than 60 commercial vendors. He has published more than 570 papers & supervised 40 PhD dissertations. He is an inventor of 10 patents, which are licensed to industry.  He is a Fellow of AAAI, AAAS, ACM, and IEEE, member of ACM SIGGRAPH Academy, and Pioneer of Solid Modeling Association. He received the Distinguished Alumni Award from IIT Delhi the Distinguished Career in Computer Science Award from Washington Academy of Sciences.  He was a co-founder of Impulsonic, a developer of physics-based audio simulation technologies, which was acquired by Valve Inc in November 2016. More details at: https://www.cs.umd.edu/people/dmanocha.

Title: Integrating Geometry, Physics and Machine Learning for CAD & Robotics


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