Natural Phenomena Simulation Group

University of Waterloo



T. Francis Chen

Master's Thesis
Book Chapters
  • Baranoski,G.V.G.; Chen, T.F.; Krishnaswamy, A.
    Multilayer modeling of skin color and translucency (preprint)
    In: Computational Biophysics of the Skin, Chapter 1, pp. 3-24
    Editor: Bernard Querleux, Pan Stanford Publishing,
    Singapore, July, 2014.
    Print ISBN: 978-9-81-446384-3
    eBook ISBN: 978-9-81-446385-0
  • Baranoski,G.V.G.; Chen, T.F.
    Optical Properties of Skin Surface
    In: Measuring the Skin, 2nd Edition, pp. 1-14.
    Editors: Philippe Humbert, Howard Maibach, Ferial Fanian
    and Pierre Agache, Springer, February, 2016.
    ISBN: 978-3-319-26594-0 (Online)

Publications in Journals and Conferences *According to the Thomson Scientific rankings for journal citations, this journal has the fifth highest 5-year impact factor in the optics field in 2011.
**Acceptance rate of 25%.
***This journal was ranked top 3 for impact factor in the field of optics in 2008, according to the Thomson Scientific rankings for journal citations.
Technical Reports
Research Related Images
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  • Hyperspectral Modeling of Skin Appearance
  • Extending the Educational Scope of a Particle-Based Simulation Framework through Parallelization
  • Bulk scattering approximations for HeNe laser transmitted through paper

Research Related Animations
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  • Hyperspectral Modeling of Skin Appearance

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