I am a Ph.D. student in the department of Computer Science at Cornell University, and member of the Program of Computer Graphics. Under the expert advice of Steve Marschner, my research focuses on the physical simulation, modeling and measurement of light as it interacts with complex scattering media. I also have a résumé.


anisotropic diffusion in fibers A Radiative Transfer Framework for Rendering Materials with
Anisotropic Structure

Wenzel Jakob, Adam Arbree, Jonathan T. Moon, Kavita Bala and Steve Marschner
captured hair fibers Capturing Hair Assemblies Fiber by Fiber
Wenzel Jakob, Jonathan T. Moon, and Steve Marschner
SIGGRAPH Asia 2009
multiple scattering in braided hair Efficient Multiple Scattering in Hair Using Spherical Harmonics
Jonathan T. Moon, Bruce Walter, and Stephen R. Marschner
multiple scattering in glass beads Rendering Discrete Random Media Using Precomputed Scattering Solutions
Jonathan T. Moon, Bruce Walter, and Stephen R. Marschner
EGSR 2007
multiple scattering in hair Simulating Multiple Scattering in Hair Using a Photon Mapping Approach
Jonathan T. Moon and Stephen R. Marschner
oak photo Measuring and Modeling the Appearance of Finished Wood
Stephen R. Marschner, Stephen H. Westin, Adam Arbree, and Jonathan T. Moon

Assistant Teaching

I was the teaching assistant for the following courses at Cornell:

Fall Semester 2003CS280: Discrete Structures, received TA Award
Spring Semester 2004CS467/468: Computer Graphics II, taught practicum
Spring Semester 2005CS667: Physically Based Rendering