Minjae Lee

Ph.D. Candidate
Stanford University
Department of Computer Science
mjlgg at stanford dot edu

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I am a fifth year Ph.D. candidate advised by Professor Ronald Fedkiw. I am fortunate to be supported by Samsung Scholarship and Max Planck.
My research interests include computer graphics, physically-based simulation, computational biochemistry, and games.
I received Masters degree from Stanford University in 2017 majoring in Computer Science.
I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Art.
I worked with Doctor Adrien Treuille, Professor Rhiju Das, and Professor Kayvon Fatahalian.


A Skinned Tetrahedral Mesh for Hair Animation and Hair-Water Interaction
Minjae Lee, David Hyde, Michael Bao, and Ronald Fedkiw
IEEE TVCG (2018)

Principles for Predicting RNA Secondary Structure Design Difficulty
Jeff Anderson-Lee, Eli Fisker, Vineet Kosaraju, Michelle Wu, Justin Kong, Jeehyung Lee, Minjae Lee, Matthew Zada, Adrien Treuille, Rhiju Das, and Eterna Players
Journal of Molecular Biology (JMB 2016)

Codimensional Non-Newtonian Fluids
Bo Zhu, Minjae Lee, Ed Quigley, and Ronald Fedkiw
SIGGRAPH 2015, ACM TOG 34 (2015)
[Paper] [Video]

Efficient Denting and Bending of Rigid Bodies
Saket Patkar, Mridul Aanjaneya, Aric Bartle, Minjae Lee, and Ronald Fedkiw
ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (SCA 2014)

RNA Design Rules From a Massive Open Laboratory
Jeehyung Lee, Wipapat Kladwang, Minjae Lee, Daniel Cantu, Martin Azizyan, Hanjoo Kim, Alex Limpaecher, Sungroh Yoon, Adrien Treuille, Rhiju Das, and EteRNA Participants
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS 2014)
[Play] [Paper] [NYT Article] [CNN Article] [Wired Article] [WSJ Article] [NOVA Episode]

SRDH: Specializing BVH Construction and Traversal Order Using Representative Shadow Ray Sets
Nicolas Feltman, Minjae Lee, Kayvon Fatahalian
High Performance Graphics 2012 (HPG 2012)