symct2018

Speaker Information

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Takeo Igarashi

Takeo Igarashi is a professor at CS department, the University of Tokyo. He received PhD from Dept of Information Engineering, the University of Tokyo in 2000. His research interest is in user interface in general and current focus is on interaction techniques for 3D graphics. He is known as the inventor of sketch-based modeling system called Teddy, and received The Significant New Researcher Award at SIGGRAPH 2006.

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Stefano Baldassi

Stefano Baldassi, is the Senior Director of Analytics and Neuroscience at Meta. His team’s research at Meta integrates data across all aspects of R&D, Engineering, Product and Marketing. As a former visual neuroscientist in top academic institutions worldwide, he’s one of the thought leaders of Meta’s Spatial Interface Design Guidelines.

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Masataka Goto

Masataka Goto received the Doctor of Engineering degree from Waseda University in 1998. He is currently a Prime Senior Researcher at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). In 1992 he was one of the first to start working on automatic music understanding and has since been at the forefront of research in music technologies and music interfaces based on those technologies. In 2016, as the Research Director he began a 5-year research project (OngaACCEL Project) on music technologies, a project funded by the Japan Science and Technology Agency (ACCEL, JST).

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Edward A. Shanken

Edward A. Shanken writes and teaches about the entwinement of art, science, and technology with a focus on interdisciplinary practices involving new media. He is Associate Professor at UC Santa Cruz, where he has served as Director of the Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) MFA program. Recent publications include essays on art and software, art historiography, land art, investigatory art, sound art and ecology, and bridging the gap between new media and contemporary art. His critically praised survey, Art and Electronic Media (Phaidon Press, 2009) has been expanded with an extensive, multimedia.

CT Student Posters

Session #1

[1-1] Motion Sensor-Based Approach for Automatic Jump Photos Presentation

Sanzhar Bakhtiyarov (CML Lab, Prof. Jean-Charles Bazin)

[1-2] Projective Motion Correction with Contact Optimization

Sukwon Lee (Motion Lab, Prof Sung-hee Lee)

[1-3] Aura Mesh: Motion Retargeting to Preserve the Spatial Relationships between Skinned Characters

Taeil Jin (Motion Lab, Prof Sung-hee Lee)

[1-4] Spline Interface for Intuitive Skinning Weight Editing

Seungbae Bang (Motion Lab, Prof Sung-hee Lee)

[1-5] Tele-Avatar: The Effect of Virtual Avatar Representation on User’s Co-presence in a Augmented Reality-based Remote Collaboration System

Hyung-il Kim (UVR Lab, Prof. Woontack Woo)

[1-6] Deep estimation of natural illumination from a single RGB-D image

Jinwoo Park (UVR Lab, Prof. Woontack Woo)

[1-7] Hybrid 3D Hand Articulations Tracking Guided by Classification and Search Space Adaptation

Gapyong Park (UVR Lab, Prof. Woontack Woo)

[1-8] Interactive Shadow Removal using Conditional Generative Adversarial network

Kwanggun Seo (VML, Prof. Junyong Noh)

[1-9] Chameleon : Adaptable Remote Controller Based on the 3D Pointing Interface

Hyunggoog Seo (VML, Prof. Junyong Noh)

Session #2

[2-1] Dwelling Depression’ Analysis Based on Correlation of Elderly Depression and Dwelling Satisfaction

Ye-Won Lee (ET Lab, Prof. Sungju Woo)

[2-2] The effect of DJs’ social network on Music Popularity

Hyeung Seok Wi (Social Computing Lab, Prof. Won-jae Lee)

[2-3] Recommendation System Using Case Based Reasoning for IoT-based Smart Home Intelligent Agent

Minkyu Choi ( IBD Lab, Prof. Ji-Hyun Lee)

[2-4] The analysis of Ethical Decision Making of Autonomous Vehicles based on Human Moral Reasoning

Jimin Rhim  ( IBD Lab, Prof. Ji-Hyun Lee)

[2-5] Singing Expression Transfer from One Voice to Another for a Given Song

Sangeon Yong (MAC Lab, Prof. Juhan Nam)

[2-6] Representation Learning of Music Using Artist Labels

Jongpil Lee (MAC Lab, Prof. Juhan Nam)

[2-7] A Multi-Segment Similarity Analysis and Visualization for Melodic Similarity

Saebyul Park (MAC Lab, Prof. Juhan Nam)

[2-8] Measuring quality of tie in sports match from the changes of in-game dynamics

Gyuhyeon Jeon (The Q group, Prof. Juyong Park)

[2-9]  On quantifying career success of Joseon Dynasty’s Yangban

Donghyeok Choi (The Q group, Prof. Juyong Park)

[2-10] Bias Correction for Social Media Data Using the Big Five Personality Traits Extracted from User-generated Text
Jinah Kwak (Social Computing Lab, Prof. Won-jae Lee)

[2-11] Button++: Designing Risk-aware Smart Buttons
Eunji Park (Interactive Media Lab, Prof. Byungjoo Lee)

Organizers

Juhan Nam (KAIST CT, Co-Chair)
Jaehong Ahn (KAIST CT, Co-Chair)
Sunghee Lee (KAIST CT, Program Committee)
Byungjoo Lee (KAIST CT, Program Committee)
Jeongmi Lee (KAIST CT, Program Committee)