Nick Sharp

I'm a Computer Science PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Keenan Crane. My research focuses on developing practical geometric algorithms from theoretical principles across computer science and mathematics. Application areas include 3D reconstruction, meshing, and augmented reality. My work is currently supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

Previously I was an undergraduate at Virginia Tech, where I worked with T. M. Murali (computational systems biology), Shane Ross (dynamical systems), Godmar Back (competitive programming), and Lizette Zietsman (mathematical modeling).