Yinghui Zhang obtained his BSc degree in Mathematics at the Zhejiang University, and went on to study the Relational Database System at the Northeastern Heavy Machinery Institute exploring the foundations of NULL-keyword database theory for his Master’s degree.
He completed his PhD in Virtual Environments (Virtual Reality) at the University of Hull.
Yinghui Zhang’s current research interests focus on incorporating the Brush friction model into the state of art development of physically based simulation, global illumination, and haptics based VR.
He has led and completed several UK and P.R China funded projects.
Yinghui Zhang is currently supervising one PhD student, and has one PhD completion.
- Foster, I. D. L., Collins, A. L., Naden, P. S., Sear, D. A., Jones, J. I. and Zhang, Y. (2011) The potential for paleolimnology to determine historic sediment delivery to rivers. Journal of Paleolimnology. 45(2), pp. 287-306. 0921-2728.
- Zhang, Y. (2010) A multi-asperity surface contact model for the simulation of friction in virtual environments. In: Richir, S. and Shirai, A. (eds.) Richir, Simon and Shirai, Akihiko Proceedings of Virtual Reality International Conference (VRIC 2010).
- Zhao, F., Turner, S. J., Dravid, R., Hill, G. and Zhang, Y. (2010) A virtual environment training system for haptic laparoscopic surgery. Paper presented to: 16th International Conference on Automation and Computing, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 11 September 2010. (Unpublished)