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Min H. Kim

Associate Professor

[phone] +82-42-350-3564

Min H. Kim (김민혁) is an associate professor of computer science at KAIST, Korea, leading the Visual Computing Laboratory (VCLAB). Prior to KAIST, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Yale University. He received his PhD in computer science from University College London (UCL) in 2010, with a focus on color reproduction in computer graphics. In addition to serving on many conference program committees, he has been an associate editor of ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG), ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP), and Elsevier Computers and Graphics (CAG). His research interests include computational imaging, such as computational photography, 3D imaging, and hyperspectral imaging, in addition to color and visual perception. His full CV is [here].


Research Areas: Computer Graphics and Vision


  • Computational Imaging

  • Color

  • Visual Perception





  • KAIST’s Top 10 Research Accomplishments
    - Birefractive Stereo Imaging for Single-Shot Depth Acquisition (KAIST, 2016)

  • Best Paper Awards
    - Received Best Application Paper & Demo Awards for outstanding work on 3D imaging at ACCV 2014
    - Received a Best Paper Award for our work on open-source graphics software at VAST 2012

  • Ewon Assistant Professorship
    - Appointed as an endowed professor for outstanding young faculty (KAIST, 2013–2016)

  • Naver Young Faculty Fellowship
    - Received a Naver Young Faculty Fellowship with a grant for outstanding new faculty, 2015

  • Microsoft New Faculty Award in Korea
    - Received a Microsoft New Faculty Award with a grant for outstanding new faculty in Korea, 2013



Representative Publications (SIGGRAPHs and CVPRs)




Research Profiles




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