Assistant Professor, Graphic Design
Yoon Han is an award-winning interaction designer, multimedia artist, and researcher who has presented and published her works in many international group exhibitions, art/design festivals, and conferences. Her principal interests have been in exploring new multimodal experiences by transforming visuals and sound in a diverse scope of forms such as data visualization and sonification, new interfaces for musical expression, and mobile user experience design. Her artworks and interaction design projects were introduced in major media art exhibitions and conferences internationally such as SIGGRAPH Art Gallery, Japan Media Arts Festival, Take Away Festival of DIY Media at London's Science Museum, ACM Multimedia, IEEE Visweek, Kinetica, Media City Seoul, Videotage in Hong Kong, Adobe Digital Art Award, and Collider at the University of Akron.
She holds two MFA degrees from Seoul National University and Design | Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles. She was a visiting researcher / PhD student at SENSEable City Lab at MIT in Cambridge, MA, and a PhD candidate at Media Arts and Technology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She taught interaction design and computer programming for artists and designers at the Academy of Art University and the University of San Francisco in the Bay Area.