Hua Li
Ph.D. Candidate (advised by Professor David Mould)
Graphics, Imaging, and Gaming Lab
School of Computer Science
Carleton University

1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 5B6

 

Office: 5317HP
Phone: 1-(613)-520-2600 x1344
Email: hli1@connect.carleton.ca

CV: (pdf(long,short)) (html) (Coming soon.)
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Research interests

I'm a Ph.D candidate of the Graphics, Imaging and Gaming Lab (GIGL) at Carleton University, specializing in computer graphics, image processing, and computer vision.
My interests cover digital halftoning, nonphotorealistic rendering, tilings and patterns, GIS, terrain visualization, stereo graphics.
Here is a blog showing the progress in my work.

Education:

Ph.D candidate. ,  Computer Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, 2009 - In Progress Carleton University
M.Eng., Control Engineering, University of Science and Technology, Beijing, 2000
B.Eng., Mining Engineering, University of Science and Technology, Beijing, 1997


Publications  

Study Interface

Structure and Aesthetics in Non-photorealistic Images
( Hua Li, David Mould, and Jim Davies, Graphics Interface 2013, Regina, Canada) (pdf) (ppt)

Continuous Line Drawings Continuous Line Drawings on Dendrites (Hua Li and David Mould, ARTECH 2012 - 6th International Conference on Digital Arts) (pdf) (ppt) (Best Paper ARTECH 2012 -- Honorable Mention)
C&G2012

Emotional Response and Visual Attention to Non-Photorealistic Images

(David Mould, Regan L. Mandryk, and Hua Li, Journal of C&G 2012, 36 (6), pp. 658-672)

(pdf)

Evaluating emotional responses to non-photorealistic images

(Regan L. Mandryk, David Mould, and Hua Li, NPAR2011,Vancouver, Canada)

(pdf)

Artistic Tessellations by Growing Curves 

(Hua Li and David Mould, NPAR2011,Vancouver, Canada)

(pdf) (ppt)

Structure-Preserving Stippling by Priority-based Error Diffusion

(Hua Li and David Mould, GI2011, Best Student Paper Award, St. John's, Canada)

(paper) (slides) (original images) (more) (color)

Content-Sensitive Screening in Black and White

(Hua Li and David Mould, GRAPP 2011, Vilamoura, Portugal)

(paper)(slides)

Contrast-Aware Halftoning

(Hua Li and David Mould, Computer Graphics Forum (Eurographics) 29, 2 (2010), Norrköping, Sweden)

(paper)(results)(slides)

北京科技大学 Master Thesis:
3D Stereo Graphics Studies and Applications in Car Driving Simulation System (In Chinese), Advised by Professor Yanjiong Zhong (Retired, Dean of Virtual Reality Lab) at the University of Science and Technology Beijing, 2000
北京科技大学 Bachelor Thesis:
Computer-Assistant Instruction Applications in Underground Mining Engineering (in Chinese), Advised by Professor Peng Yang (Dean of Studies Office of USTB) at the University of Science and Technology Beijing, 1997

Poster

Artistic Tessellations by Growing Curves from a Particle System, CGI 2011 (pdf)

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Projects

Perception-assisted NPR (2009.1 to current)
Black and white Creative (2009.1 to current)
Continuous-line Drawing (2006. 9 - 2007.9)
Textile-based NPR (2005.10 to 2007.9)
Butterfly flight (2003.9-2005.9)
Web3D exploration (2001.4 to 2001.7)
Convert OpenGL to Direct3D (2001.4-2001.7)
Digital 3D city and terrain (2000.4 to 2001.4)
LOD simplification (2000.4 to 2001.4)
Stereo Car-driving simulation (1997.9-1999.4)
CAI applications in underground mining (1996-1997.7)


Teaching at University of North Carolina Wilmington

Fall 2013:
CSC 131 - 003 Introduction to Computer Science (Python)
CSC 220 - 002 3D Computer Graphics

Teaching at Carleton University

Mini-course: Animating the World, May 2013

Mini-course 210: Teach your Computer to Paint, May 6- May 11, 2012

COMP2001/2401 Introduction to System Programming, Contractor Instructor, May to June, 2012



Teaching Assitant

Carleton University:

COMP1501 Introduction to Computer Game Design, (tutorials, marker) Instructor: Professor Anil Somayaji

COMP3004 Object-Oriented Software Enginnering (project course, QT, GIT, and TCP/IP and P2P, UML) (TA leader, Fall 2011, Winter 2011, Fall 2010), Instructor: Christine Laurendeau

COMP 2401 Introduction to systems programming in C/C++ (marker, Fall 2009, Winter 2010), Instructor: Christine Laurendeau

COMP4901 Computer Vision (OpenCV) (marker, Winter 2009), Instructor: Professor Roth Gerhard

University of Saskatchewan:

Fall 2007, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT487 Image Processing and Computer Vision (Matlab), Instructor: Professor Mark Eramian
Spring/Summer 2007, Marker/On line Advisor, CMPT 250 Introduction to data structure and algorithms (Java), instructor: Mohd. Anwar
Winter 2007, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT 485 Advanced Computer Graphics (OpenGL, C++), Instructor: Professor David Mould
Fall 2006, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT487 Image Processing and Computer Vision (Matlab), Instructor: Professor Mark Eramian;
................Marker, CMPT 385, Computer Graphics (GLSL), Instructor: Professor Eric Neufeld
Winter 2006, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT 485 Advanced Computer Graphics (OpenGL, C++), Instructor: Professor David Mould
Fall 2005, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT 487 Image Processing and Computer Vision (Matlab), Instructor: Professor Mark Eramian
Winter 2005, Tutorial Leader, online advisor and Lab advisor, CMPT115 Introduction to computing (Java), Instructor: Professor Ralph Deters
Fall 2004, Tutorial Leader and Lab Advisor , CMPT116 Computing I (for Engineering) (C++), Instructor: Gina Koehn
Winter 2004, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT111 Introduction to computer science and programming (C++), Instructor: Gina Koehn
Fall 2003, Marker and Lab Advisor, CMPT115 Introduction to Computing (C++), Instructor: Gina Koehn

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Miscellaneous

Ph.D stuffs, job links, graphics research, useful libraries and source codes, inspiration

Photos ( Nearly all of the personal photos on this site are available for re-use. For terms and conditions please see copyright page. )

2011 (Eric (3 and half ), Ottawa)

Before 2011 (Family photos, Eric, Hometown, Saskatoon)

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