Sang Il Park
Full-time Lecturer
Department of Digital Contents, Sejong University
98 Gunja-Dong, Gwangjin-Gu
Seoul, 143-747
Republic of Korea

Office: +82-2-3408-3832
Fax: +82-2-3408-3667

Sang Il Park is a researcher in the area of computer graphics. He received his Ph.D degree in Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 2004, where he performed research on on-line generation of human locomotion. He worked for Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University for two years as a postdoctoral fellow. After that, he moved to Tokyo, Japan to join Digital Human Research Center of National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. He stayed there for about 5 months. Now he is affiliated with Department of Digital Contents of Sejong University, Korea as a full-time lecturer. His current research interest lies on synthesizing character animation and visually simulating natural phenomena.


Teaching:

Spring 2012: Windows Programming

Fall 2011: Multimedia Programing
Spring 2011: Visual C++ Programming

Fall 2010: Game Programming
Fall 2010: Multimedia Programming

Spring 2010: Visual C++ Programming
Spring 2010: Computer Graphics

Fall 2009: Multimedia Programming
Fall 2009: C++ Programming

Spring 2009: Visual C++ Programming
Spring 2009: Advanced Computer Graphics

   Fall 2008: Multimedia Programming
   Fall 2008: C++ Programming

   Spring 2008: Visual C++ Programming

   Fall 2007: Multimedia Programming
   Fall 2007: C++ Programming


Publications:

 

Jessica K. Hodgins, Sophie Joerg, Carol O'Sullivan, Sang Il Park, Moshe Mahler: The Saliency of Anomalies in Animated Human Characters, ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP), 7(4), 22:1~22:14 (2010) pdf (also presented at APGV 2010)

 

Q Youn Hong, Sang Il Park, and Jessica K. Hodgins: Data-driven Segmentation for the Shoulder Complex, Computer Graphics Forum, 29(2): 537-544 (2010) (also presented at Eurographics 2010) pdf

 

Sang Il Park and Jessica K. Hodgins: Data-driven Modeling of Skin and Muscle Deformation, ACM Transactions on Graphics, 27(3)(2008) (also presented at SIGGRAPH 2008) pdf, movie file(mov; 470MB)

 

Taesoo Kwon, Young-Sang Cho, Sang Il Park, and Sung Yong Shin: Two-Character Motion Analysis and Synthesis, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 14(3): 707-720 (2008) pdf, movie file(divx; 32MB)

 

Sang Il Park, and Jessica K. Hodgins: Capturing and Animating Skin Deformation in Human Motion, ACM Transactions on Graphics, 25(3): 881-889 (2006) (also presented at SIGGRAPH 2006) pdf movie file(mov; 260MB) a-more-fun movie(divx; 53MB)

 

Sang Il Park, and Myoung Jun Kim: Vortex Fluid for Gaseous Phenomena, In Proceeding of the 2005 ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation (2005) pdf movie file(in mp4)

 

Sang Il Park, Taesoo Kwon, Hyun Joon Shin and Sung Yong Shin: Analysis and Synthesis of Interactive Two-Character Motions, Technical Report CS/TR-2004-194 , Computer Science Department, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2004) pdf

 

Sang Il Park, Hyun Joon Shin, Tae-hoon Kim, and Sung Yong Shin: On-line motion blending for real-time locomotion generation, Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds 15(3): 125-138 (2004) (also presented at CASA 2004) pdf movie file(in mp4)

 

Tae-hoon Kim, Sang Il Park, and Sung Yong Shin: Rhythmic-motion synthesis based on motion-beat analysis, ACM Transactions on Graphics 22(3): 392-401 (2003) (also presented at SIGGRAPH 2003) pdf

 

Sang Il Park, Hyun Joon Shin, and Sung Yong Shin: On-line locomotion generation based on motion blending, In Proceedings of the 2002 ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer animation: 105-111 (2002) pdf, movie file

 

Jinah Park and Sang-il Park: Strain analysis and visualization: left ventricle of a heart, Computers & Graphics 24(5): 701-714 (2000) pdf

Other Activities:

 

Capturing and Animating Skin Deformation movie file(mov; 23MB)
Electronic Theater - ACM SIGGRAPH 2007 Computer Animation Festival (2007)

 

Oral Fixations
(a single channel video installation that evolves over a seven hour time period, Sample Video)
Threading Time - ACM SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gellery (2005)
Animal Nature - Regina Gouger Miller Gallery (2005)
Digital Art Competition - Beecher Center for Art and Technology - 2nd Place Award (2005)


Last Updated on
January 18, 2011.