One paper was accepted to CHI 2020 conference on human factors in computing systems (Acceptance rate 22.4%). It is about tactile phantom sensations in which two vibration actuators on the dorsal and palmar sides of the hand make an illusion of vibration passing through the hand.
Sunghwan Shin graduated and achieved a doctorate degree. He will be working at Samsung Research, and his thesis can be found on our web. Also, a new member, Gihong Kim, joined our lab.
Hojin Lee will be working as a post-doctoral fellow at Max Planck Institute in Germany since July.
Six papers were accepted to major conferences. One paper was accepted to CHI 2019 and five papers were accepted to World Haptics 2019. Among them, two papers were nominated for the best paper. You can download these papers in the international publications tab in this site.
Our lab attended the KHCI 2019 conference from February 13th to 15th. The conference was held in Jeju island and we also went to the membership training here.
Our lab held a homecoming party and many alumni gathered to meet each other.
Today, two freshmen came to our lab and four students graduated. New members are Beomsu Lim and Jungyeong Choi. Hojin Lee and Yongjae Yoo graduated and achieved a doctorate degree. Together with them, two students, Sunung Mun and Hyejin Choi, graduated with a master’s degree.
Our lab will receive 1.6 billion KRW of support from Samsung Future Technology Development Center for four years. We have decided to carry out research on ‘Automatic Authoring of Physical and Perceptual/Affective Motion Effects for Virtual Reality’.
Our lab held a summer workshop in Yeongcheon, Korea, from Aug 11 to Aug 12.
A new Ph.D student, Jiwan Lee, joined our lab. Jongman Seo and Jongho Lim graduated and received a Master’s degree.