is a lecturer in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. He took up his position in 2015. Zohar received his MSc in computer science from Tel-Aviv University (2007) and his PhD in computer science from the Technion (2013) in Israel. Afterwards, he was a post-doctoral researcher in New York University.
His main research interest is geometry processing. Problems in the field include: low distortion mappings with applications of shape deformation and surface parametrization; shape interpolation; shape registration; and surface reconstruction. Algorithms and tools developed to address these problems are useful for shape modeling and animation.
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