Kyungah Choi Ph.D. candidate

Kyungah Choi is now a master of science. Her thesis is entitled “User Preferred White Point Adjustment for Displays under Varying Illumination Chromaticities”. A part of her thesis has already been accepted for a publication on an SCI journal, Optical Engineering. It is an impressive achievement during the short period of master program. Congratulations!

Kyungah Choi, a Ph.D. candidate of CED Lab made a presentation entitled, “Optimal color temperature adjustment for mobile devices under varying illuminants” on the IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging (EI 2014), CA: Burlingame, USA. This study investigated a proper white reproduction on smartphone display when it was viewed under varying illuminants, particularly when the CCT of the…

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Kyungah Choi, a Ph.D. candidate of CED Lab made a presentation entitled, “Recalling white point of smartphone under varying illuminants” on the IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging (EI 2014), CA: Burlingame, USA. This study investigated any consistent tendency of people recalling white displayed on smartphones. Jiho Jang, a master candidate of CED Lab assisted the empirical study and…

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. candidate of CED Lab made a presentation entitled “Dynamics of backlight luminance for using smartphone in dark environment” on the IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging (EI 2014) conference in CA: Burlingame, USA. This study proposes a dynamic backlight luminance, which gradually changes as time passes for comfortable use of a smartphone display in a dark…

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Jiho Jang, a master candidate of CED lab. has presented his recent study entitled, “Disappearing Icons: Informative Effect Through Changing Color Attributes of App Icons” on the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2014) in Las Vegas. This study investigates the informative effect that color attributes  of smartphone application icons have on users’ perceptions…

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Kyungah Choi, a master candidate of CED lab. has presented her recent study entitled, “The Optimal Color Temperature of Smartphone Display under Various Illuminant Conditions” on the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2014) in Las Vegas. The purpose of this study is to find the optimal color temperature of the smartphone display, focusing…

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. candidate has presented an alorithm that optimizes the luminance contrast of a smart phone display while people read some long texts. The paper is eintitled, “Dynamics of Luminance Contrast for Comfortable Reading on Smartphone Display”, and presented at the IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE 2014) in Las Vegas. The key findings were documented…

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Nooree Na, a Ph.D. candidate of CED Lab published a book chapter entitled, “The Emotional Characteristics of White for Applications of Product Color Design” in an edited book named “Industrial Applications of Affective Engineering” from the publisher, Springer. In the chapter, Nooree explains the emotional characteristics of various shades of white, as well as it provides a design…

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Professor Suk published a book, “Theories and Applications of Light(빛의 공학)” from the publisher, Sciencebooks. Professor Chulhee Choi from the Department of Brain & Bio Engineering and Professor YongKeun Park from the Department of Physics are the other co-authors. This book was soon acknowledged by the National Academy of Science’s Distinguished Scholarly Books for its…

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