Kyoung Shin Park

Kyoung Shin Park is a doctoral candidate in computer science at University of Illinois at Chicago's Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL). Her dissertation research is focused on developing techniques and designs for supporting long-term collaborative work in Amplified Collaboration Environments. Amplified Collaboration Environments are display-rich project rooms that allow distributed scientists and engineers to work together in intensive collaborative campaigns. Her research interests include human-computer interaction, collaboration systems, interactive visualization, high-performance adaptive networking, and multimedia design.

Park is a member of EVL's tele-immersion group, which investigates human-centered technology as applied to distributed scientific collaboration. Her work at EVL includes developing network performance monitoring and visualization tools, creating CAVE art applications in cooperation with EVL artists, and designing/conducting various human factors studies.