San José State University
Yoon C Han is an interaction designer, multimedia artist, and researcher based in the SF bay area. Her researches include data visualization, biometric data visualization and sonification, new interface for musical expression, and mobile user experience design. Her works have been presented in solo and numerous international group shows including SIGGRAPH, Japan media arts festival, IEEE VIS, CHI, ISEA, NIME, London Science Museum, ZKM where she has received multiple awards and grants.
In addition, she served on the SIGGRAPH organizing committees as a jury member and was on the IEEE VIS program committees as an co exhibition-chair. She studied Graphic Design and Interaction Design at Seoul National University and achieved two Master degrees at SNU and Design | Media Arts in UCLA. She worked at Samsung Electronics, Experimental Visualization Lab in UCSB and SENSEable City Lab in MIT as a Visiting Researcher. She taught interaction design and computer programming at the Academy of Art University, the University of San Francisco and California State University, Fullerton. She holds Ph.D. at the Media Arts and Technology, UC Santa Barbara, and currently an assistant professor in the department of design, San José State University.