Biography
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I graduated in 1978 from the Lebanese University with a B.S. in Pure
Mathematics from the Faculty of Sciences and a B.S. in Teaching Mathematics from
the Faculty of Education. I then joined Essex University for an M.Sc. in Computer
science and after completing the qualifying year I moved to the University of East Anglia
to continue a Ph.D. in computer graphics under the supervision of Professor A. R. Forrest.
My research interests include:

  Recursive Subdivision in Computer Graphics
  Computer Aided Geometric Design including
   
  Free-form curve and surface representation
  Recursive Subdivision Surfaces over Arbitrary Topology 
  Solid Modeling
  Interpolation Conditions in Recursive Subdivision:
Points, Normals, and Curve interpolation
  Computer Science Education and Mutlimedia