Profiles in "Computation and Digital Media" Expertise Area

  • Matsunaga holds a PhD in English Literature with an emphasis in British Romanticism and Digital Humanities. He is the Director of Digital Technology, Graduate Faculty, and an Academic Professional.
  • Karam's research interests include image/video processing, compression and transmission, computer vision, machine learning, visual quality assessment and perception, multidimensional signal processing, digital filtering and biomedical imaging.
  • Coleman is a time-based artist working in performance and experiential media. Her work explores relationships between physiological, technological and ecological systems.
  • Moon combines various forms of art and technology to create works that encourage meaningful interactions between humans and devices. This includes music compositions/performances, interactive installations and digital art.
  • Ingalls' research focuses on gestural communication and embodied media interaction, affect in music, and algorithmic media composition as well as novel mediated environments for stroke and Parkinson's disease rehabilitation.
  • K. Hazel Kwon (PhD in Communication, SUNY-Buffalo) is an associate professor at Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Her areas of research are social/digital media and society.
  • Sha's research concerns ethico-aesthetic improvisation, and a topological approach to morphogenesis and process philosophy.
  • Retired.
  • Adriene Jenik is an artist and educator who resides in the desert. Her current research spans “data humanization” performances, ECOtarot readings, and experiments in extreme experiential learning.