Jusub Kim, Ph.D. | 김주섭
Jusub Kim is a creative technologist, computational artist, human-computer interaction researcher, and educator at the intersection of art and technology. His work focuses on the creative uses of computing and the new computational media that create new values in the arts, culture, and entertainment. Previously, he worked at the Software Team of Rhythm & Hues Studios in Los Angeles and contributed to the productions of about a dozen major Hollywood feature films including Life of PI which won the best visual effects Oscar in the 85th Academy award. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Graphics from University of Maryland, College Park, M.S. in Computer Vision, and B.S. in Electronic Engineering from Yonsei University in Seoul. He served as the founding chair of the Art & Technology Undergraduate and Graduate program at Sogang University and founded the Creative Computing Group. He is currently a professor of Department of Art & Technology in School of Media, Arts, and Science at Sogang University in Seoul.
Computational Media, Human-Computer Interaction, New Media for Social Change