Measuring the temperature of my mind

Friday, November 12, 2021 2 pm to 4 pm

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This lecture and the workshop are a part of the guest speaker lecture series "Data + AI + Design" sponsored by the Artistic Excellence Programming Grant from the College of Humanities and the Arts, San Jose State University.

Workshop: Measuring the temperature of my mind

Guest Speaker: Hyemi Song

Hyemi Song is a designer, an artist, and a researcher. She is interested in data as a language for human communication and relevant practices associated with Information Data Visualization, Data Sonification, Human-Computer Interaction, Data-Driven Self-Expression, and Walking as an artistic language.

In the professional field, based on her specialties (Data Visualization and UX/UI Design), she has extensively worked with international companies and institutions, including Microsoft, Naver, Samsung, Korea Telecom, RISD, MIT and more.

Her works have been featured in international awards, publications, and exhibitions such as Information is Beautiful Awards, IEEE Arts Program, Fast Company, Monthly Design Magazine, iF Design Awards, The Guardian, Raw Data: Infographic Designers' Sketchbooks, Seoul Design Olympiad, among others.

She received an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and worked as a Data Visualization Specialist at MIT Senseable City Lab. Currently, she is working on various data-driven projects at Bohyemian Lab (Founder) and Microsoft (Senior Designer for AI platform: Machine Learning) in Redmond.

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Maximum 25 students are allowed for the workshop. This workshop is only for SJSU students and SJSU community. 

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