|Prof Alfred M Bruckstein||Variational Methods in Image Analysis and Synthesis,
Multi A(ge)nt Robotics and Applied Geometry
|Prof Anand Krishna Asundi||Prof. Asundi's primary research interests are in the field of photomechanics with specific applications in the fields of micro and nano mechanics, biomechanics, chemical sensing, non-destructive testing and smart structures.
|Prof (Adj) Arunachalam Mahizhnan||-
|Asst Prof Astrid C Kensinger||Graphic Design history, typography, mapping, live art as communication and participation art. Currently working on three funded research and design projects using GPS, video and site-specific research in South East Asia and Europe.
|Assoc Prof Augustine Pang||Crisis management and communication
Image management and repair
|Prof Ben Alvin Shedd||Prof Ben's research concerns creating effective science and technology media about very large and very small phenomena seen on displays from handheld size to multi-story high screens. He received a 1989 summer long Residential Creativity Fellowship from the Alden B. Dow Creativity Center, Northwood University where he began his EXPLODING THE FRAME research comparing small screen and giant screen imagery and creating a new filmic language for effective giant screen production. This research began for producing IMAX giant screen films and continues today with ever larger high-resolution digital screens and full dome immersive presentations where the edges of the screen frame are outside our field of vision.
|Mr Benjamin Alexander Slater||Screenwriting Craft and Practice
Narratives & Storytelling
|Assoc Prof Benjamin Seide||Interdisciplinary collaboration of art and technology
Visual Effects as a aesthetic and narrative device in film
Development of new animation and visual effects relevant techniques
Animation and Visual Effects specific project management systems
Immersive media experiences such as 360 degree films, Virtual Reality (VR) and stereoscopic film
My current research interests in the field of animation, visual effects and interactive are particularly in these three areas:
1) The role of visual effects as an aesthetic and narrative device in film-making
2) The exploration of immersive technologies such as stereoscopy, dome projections and virtual reality applications
3) The development of software tools to support the production process of visual effects at universities and small to medium size (SME) studios
These specific interests have evolved organically from my previous research projects and my animation practice as visual effects artist and supervisor.
Through my experience in the visual effects industry, I have identified a lack of tools supporting the production process of complex visual effects at universities and small to medium size studio teams. The aim of my research is to develop solutions to fill this gap in form of software tools, which could potentially be used by other universities in the field of art and media.
|Assoc Prof Biju Dhanapalan||Biju Dhanapalan has research interests in the following areas:
Digital animation and visual effects practice led research covers areas of feature films, commercials and TV serials; the interdisciplinary collaboration of art and technology in new media and interactive exhibits; 3D immersive technology in air traffic control systems; Motion analysis of classical dance forms; intuitive pedagogical tools for math learning. Multi-surface projections, Interactive Stereoscopy and Alternate Education. Inquiry into the play of 'song and and dance' in Indian cinema and its role in the narrative arc of films
|Prof C.J. Wee Wan-ling||• Globalisation and contemporary cultural production in East and Southeast Asia
• Curation and the idea of 'Asia'
• Literature, theatre and contemporary visual art in Singapore
• Colonialism and nationalism in English and Anglophone literatures and cultures
• Cultural and Postcolonial theory
• Modernity and modernism in Euro-America and East Asia