Adrian Secord

I was a PhD student at the Media Research Laboratory and Vision, Learning and Graphics Group in Computer Science Department of New York University. I am now working at Google New York.

I have worked in non-photorealistic graphics, physics-based models for simulation, and, most recently, user interfaces and perception. My supervisors for my PhD were professors Denis Zorin at NYU and Andy Nealen at Rutgers University. I was lucky to spend several research internships at Adobe's Advanced Technology Labs in Seattle.



My current research is on designing better user interfaces to home photo collections and related problems.

In the past I have worked in physics-based models for graphics and non-photorealistic rendering:

Please see the above project pages or my publications page for more details.


Please see my personal site for bits and bobs of other information, including pictures and news.