Jinha Lee is a Microsoft Research Intern in the Applied Sciences Group. Jinha is exploring novel 3D, tangible, and gestural interfaces, as well as new visualization of the web and abstract data that afford these new interaction modalities.
Jinha is currently a Ph.D. candidate from MIT Media Lab, working under Professor Hiroshi Ishii's guidance. Prior to joining Microsoft, Jinha interned at SONY CSL, received his Master of Science from the MIT Media Lab, and his Bachelor in EE from the University of Tokyo. His works have been presented at academic conferences including ACM UIST, CHI, and SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies, and exhibited at Japan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. In general, he is crazy about kinetic art, levitation, physics, science fiction, Italian films, piano, kimchi and natto. You can find more information about Jinha from http://leejinha.com.