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학과 세미나 안내 (12/17, Ajou대학 한경식 교수/ Seminar Notice : Dec. 17th at 4pm, Prof. Kyungsik Han of Ajou University)

2018.12.11 17:09

Dear ISysE Professors,                         

Prof. Jae Gil Lee invites you to attend the ISysE Dept. seminar to be held on Dec. 17th, 2018 at the 2nd-floor seminar room starting at 4:00 p.m.

                                      

DATE & TIME: Monday, Dec. 17th at 4PM

VENUE: E2 Bld., 2nd-floor Seminar Room

TITLE: Empowering People and Creating Intelligence at the Intersection of People, Information, and Technology

 

Abstract

We are living in an era of advanced technology, where every part of our daily lives is related to the science of craft in one way or another.

This highlights the importance of understanding people in the use of technology and designing user-friendly computer systems

to help them make decisions and have their job done. Interdisciplinary research is a key to make such considerations successfully

 move forward. In this talk, I will introduce a mission of my research: empowering people and creating intelligence at the intersection of people,

information, and technology. I will present how my research methodology is centered on computer science, human-computer interaction, and data science.

I will present a trajectory of my collaborative research projects and explain how my research methodology is applied to each project.

I will conclude the talk by discussing future research opportunities and plans.

                                        

 

SPEAKER : Prof. Kyungsik Han of Ajou University                                  

 

Breif Profile:

Kyungsik Han is an assistant professor in the Department of Software and Computer Engineering (affiliated with the Department of Data Science)

at the Ajou University. His research focuses on Human-Computer Interaction, social computing, cognitive science, mobile computing, and community informatics.

He is studying how people use and interact with technology through social, cognitive, and psychological viewpoints, building intelligent systems,

and suggesting design insights and implications for better user experience. He received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University in 2015

and was a staff member at the U.S. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory from 2015 to 2017.                   

We look forward to your attendance at our colloquium and encourage you to forward this invitation to other colleagues you believe may be interested in attending.

                              

With kind regards,

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