Adrian David Cheok | Director of the Mixed Reality Lab. He is a Full Professor of Pervassive Computing in City University London. He worked in real-time systems, soft computing, and embedded computing in Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs. He has been working on research covering mixed reality, human-computer interfaces, wearable computers and ubiquitous computing, fuzzy systems,embedded systems, power electronics.

Yongsoon Choi | I am currently an assistant professor at Art&Technology at Sogang University, Seoul, Korea. I worked in Keio-NUS CUTE center and Mixed Reality lab at National University of Singapore and Graduate School of Media Design at Keio University as a researcher before joining the faculty. My main research interest is in enhancing human communication and relationships using novel interaction ways such as natural wearable interaction & interfaces, food media, multi-modal & cross-modal interaction, and affective & empathetic interaction & media. My current focus is the fashion communication media projects where I am designing the wearable media that subconsciously affect wearer’s impressions and feelings using the rich sensational stimuli during interpersonal communication.

Jordan Tewell

Jordan Tewell | Graduated from the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and holds a Masters degree in Entertainment Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in computer science. He has worked as a visiting researcher at ERATO in Japan and was a PhD student and visiting researcher at Keio University before transferring to City University London. He works in multi-sensory communication and entertainment, and is involved with many projects at the Mixed Reality Lab, including Ring*U and electric taste.

Gilang Andi Pradana | Computer Science graduate, currently on his last term in Keio Media Design Master Course. Have a deep passion both in IT and design since middle school, and have been continuing to improve himself throughout the years with web and mobile app development and UI/UX design as his mainstream. Involved in Global Innovation Design Projects in Pratt Institute, New York and Royal College of Art and Imperial College, London.

Marius Hans Braun | PhD student at City University London in Pervasive Computing where he researches multimodal experience communication. He is a recent graduate from the Centre of Human Computer Interaction Design at City University London where he received his MSc degree in Human-Centred Systems. Ha also holds a BSc degree in International Media and Computing awarded by the University of Applied Sciences, Berlin. He has worked in the department of Interactive Media – Human Factors at the Berlin based Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, researching depth perception in virtual environments with autostereoscopic displays and was part of the EU funded Unobtrusive Smart Environments For Independent Living (USEFIL) project.