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2017
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CS681: Computational Colorimetry, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Image-based measurement and perception material appearance in computer graphics

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COE203: Design Project for IT Convergence, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Providing hands-on experiences of IT convergence system design and cultivating students' capabilities of critical/creative thinking and technical communications

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CS580: Computer Graphics, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Advanced topics in computer graphics (beyond OpenGL-based graphics)

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CS101: Introduction to Programming, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Programming skills and computational thinking with Python

2016
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CS482: Interactive Computer Graphics, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Team-project course that builds an interactive OpenGL video game on a mobile platform

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COE203: Design Project for IT Convergence, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Providing hands-on experiences of IT convergence system design and cultivating students' capabilities of critical/creative thinking and technical communications

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CS101: Introduction to Programming, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Programming skills and computational thinking with Python

2015
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CS681: Computational Colorimetry, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Image-based measurement and perception material appearance in computer graphics

itc203


COE203: Design Project for IT Convergence, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Providing hands-on experiences of IT convergence system design and cultivating students' capabilities of critical/creative thinking and technical communications

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CS380: Introduction to Computer Graphics, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Foundations of 3D computer graphics (based on OpenGL Shading Language)

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CS101: Introduction to Programming, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Programming skills and computational thinking with Python

2014
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CS681: Computational Colorimetry, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Image-based measurement and perception material appearance in computer graphics

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CS101: Introduction to Programming, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Programming skills and computational thinking with Python

itc203


ITC203: Design Project for IT Convergence, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Providing hands-on experiences of IT convergence system design and cultivating students' capabilities of critical/creative thinking and technical communications

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CS580: Computer Graphics, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Advanced Global Illumination

2013
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CS492B: Intermediate Computer Graphics, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Intermediate level of 3D computer graphics

— NB The lecture code has been changed to CS380 since 2015

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CS101: Introduction to Programming, Spring
KAIST, South Korea

— Programming skills and computational thinking with Python

2012
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CS780: Computational Colorimetry, Fall
KAIST, South Korea

— Image-based measurement and perception in computer graphics

— NB The lecture code has been changed to CS681 since 2014

2011
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Introduction to Computer Science (guest lecture), Fall

Yale University, New Haven, USA
— Introduction to computer graphics (color)

2010
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Advanced Topics in Computer Graphics (guest lecture), Fall

Yale University, New Haven, USA
— High-dynamic-range (HDR) imaging, tone-mapping, color reproduction, etc

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Teaching Assistant (class: Databases, Networks, and Graphics), Term 2
University College London (UCL), London, UK

— Color spaces, image processing, vector math, scene graphs, etc

2007


Teaching Assistant (class: Graphic Modeling and Visualization/3D Graphics), Term 1
University College London (UCL), London, UK

— Recursive ray tracing, boundary representation, and radiosity

2004


Part-time Lecturer (class: Technical Principles of Photography), Summer
Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea

— Camera optics, exposure mechanism, chemistry for film, and sensitometry.

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