Interactions Lab > Members

If you're interested in designing, making, testing or exploring novel interactive computation systems, drop us a line. We're always on the look-out for new students, visitors and collaborators.

Find out more about our director, graduate students, undergraduate students, visitors, external collaborators and alumni.

Interactions Lab Members Interactions Lab Team

Professor

Ian Oakley is an associate professor at the School of Design and Human Engineering at UNIST in South Korea. He holds a BSc (Joint Honours First Class) in Computing Science and Psychology and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Glasgow, UK. He has worked in Ireland (MIT MediaLab Europe), Korea (GIST and ETRI) and Portugal (University of Madeira) and spent time as a visiting professor in Korea (KAIST) and the USA (Carnegie Mellon HCII). His research focuses on the design, development and evaluation of multi-modal interfaces and social technologies. He has published on this topic in both leading conferences (such as ACM CHI, ACM TEI and ACM CSCW) and journals (such as the IJHCS and IEEE Computer). He is deputy editor of Interacting with Computers and is, although he no longer sounds like it, Scots.

Find out more: Homepage / Google Scholar     or     Get in touch: ian.r.oakley[at]gmail.com


Graduate Students

Mintra Ruensuk is a first year PhD student in Interactions Lab. She holds Master of Science in Computer Science specialized in Software Engineering from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. She has had experience working in a start-up company. Mintra's research focus is Human-computer Interaction. She is now exploring AR/VR technology to promote mental wellness.

Find out more: Homepage     or     Get in touch: mintra[at]unist.ac.kr


Youngeun Song is a fifth year Masters/PhD student in the Interactions Lab. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Affective Human Factors Engineering and Integrated Industrial Design from UNIST(Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology). She is currently working on mobile haptics. Youngeun joined the lab in spring 2014.

Get in touch: soyo61[at]unist.ac.kr


DoYoung Lee is a fifth year Masters/PhD student in the Interactions Lab. He majored in Design & Human Engineering and Computer Science Engineering at the Ulsan National Institute Science and Technology, Korea. He is interested in miniature electronic devices, gesture interfaces, smart toys and wearable devices. He is currently working on the development of a smart toy and in the UNIST prototyping club, DINO. He is going to study wearable device's interface and gesture in masters degree. DoYoung joined the lab in spring 2014.

Find out more: leedoyoung.com     or     Get in touch: ehdud611[at]unist.ac.kr


Hyunjae Gil is a third year Masters/PhD student in the Interactions Lab. Hyunjae joined the lab as an MSc student in spring 2016 and is working on wearable interfaces.

Get in touch:rlfguswo[at]unist.ac.kr


Hongmin Kim is a third year Masters/PhD combined student in the Interactions Lab. Hongmin joined the lab in spring 2016 and is working on wearable interfaces.

Get in touch:khm489[at]unist.ac.kr


Youryang Lee is a second year Masters/PhD student in the Interactions Lab. Youryang joined the lab as an MSc student in fall 2016 and is working on social media and tangible interfaces.

Get in touch:yrlee[at]unist.ac.kr


Yonghwan Shin is a first year masters degree student in the Interactions lab (from 2018). Yonghwan joined the lab in 2017 as an intern and is currently working on interaction techniques for AR

Get in touch:yonghwanshin[at]unist.ac.kr


Rasel MD Islam is a second year masters student in the Interactions Lab. He holds a BSc in Human & System Engineering and Computer Science Engineering from UNIST (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology). Rasel joined the lab as an MSc student in fall 2017 and is working on input technologies for smart glasses.

Find out more: Homepage / Google Scholar     or     Get in touch:islam[at]unist.ac.kr


Hyunmi Oh is a Masters student in the Interactions Lab. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Digital Imaging and an interdisciplinary degree in Entrepreneurship from Chung-Ang University. She is interested in tangible interactions and assistive technologies. As a starter project, she is currently exploring different feedback modalities to find most suitable one to support physical exercises in a home environment. Hyunmi joined the lab in fall 2017.

Get in touch:ohyun92[at]unist.ac.kr


Eunyong Cheon is a first year masters degree student in the Interactions lab (from 2018). Eunyong joined the lab in March 2017 as an intern and is currently working on analyzing biometric data of wearable devices.

Get in touch:beer[at]unist.ac.kr


Interns

The Interactions Lab is always pleased to host UNIST undergraduate students as interns.

Previous interns at the Interactions Lab include TaeYang Yang (summer 2013), Sunhee Woo (summer 2013), Rao Shahzaib (Winter 2013 - Summer 2014), Jihyun Lee (Summer, Fall 2014), Kihyeon Kim (Winter 2015), Eunchong Lee(2015), Hee Jung Park(2014-2015), Geonho Lee(2015) and HyeongMin Kang(2015-2016), Rasel MD Islam (2015-2017) Eunyong Chun (2017), Yonghwan Shin (2017), Myungsung Kim (2017) and Yousang Kwon (2017).


Visitors

No visitors at the moment - drop us a line if you want to spend time in the lab. If you're looking for funded programs that can help you visit, check out the SPIKE and IAESTE programs. We regularly host summer interns through these schemes.

Past visitors include:


Alumni

Suraiya Liza Jahan graduated from her MSc in Human and Systems Engineering whilst working in the Interactions Lab. Her thesis focused on sensing systems for activity detection/intent prediction during driving. Her research interests also include tangible interaction and embodied cognition. Liza also holds a BSc. in Electronics and Electronics Engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology.

Liza graduated in fall 2016.


Marian Adusei graduated from her MSc in Creativity Design Engineering during her time at the Interactions Lab. Her work dealt with the design of a tangible appcessory to support visually impaired children learn geometry.

Marian graduated in fall 2016.

Interactions Lab, School of Design and Human Engineering
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, UNIST-gil 50, Ulsan, 689-798, Republic of Korea

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