Kyle J. Johnsen Curriculum Vitae – July 17, 2008 PERSONAL INFORMATION Driftmier Engineering Center Rm 503 University of Georgia Athens, GA 30602-4435 (352) 219-5419 (voice), 706-542-8806 (fax) [email protected], http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~kjohnsenMember ACM, IEEE EDUCATION University of Florida – Gainesville, FLPhD in Computer Engineering Dissertation: Design and Validation of a Virtual Human System for Interpersonal Skills EducationAdvisor: Benjamin Lok University of Florida – Gainesville, FLMS in Computer EngineeringUniversity of Florida – Gainesville, FLBS in Computer EngineeringPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT (SUMMARY) August 2008 – Present) Assistant Professor– Faculty of Engineering, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (August 2003 – August 2008) Research Fellow– Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.(August 2004 – December 2006) Teaching Assistant – Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Research Interests Simulation-based Training, Natural Interfaces, Human Computer Interaction, Serious Games, Virtual Humans, Virtual Reality, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision TEACHING University of FloridaFall 2006: Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Computer Science (CIS3020)Summer 2005: Lecturer, Introduction to Computer Organization (CDA3101) Spring 2005: Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Computer Information Science(CIS3020) Fall 2004: Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Computer Organization(CDA3101) AWARDS (November 2006) Howard Hughes Medical Institute Award for Graduate Student Research with an Undergraduate (August 2003 – July 2007) University of Florida Alumni Fellowship PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles Deladisma, Adeline, Marc Cohen, Amy Stevens, Peggy Wagner, Benjamin Lok, Thomas Bernard, Christopher Oxendine, Lori Schumacher, Kyle Johnsen, Robert Dickerson, Andrew Raij, Rebecca Wells, Margaret Duerson, J. Garrett Harper, D. Scott Lind (2007). “Do Medical Students Respond Empathetically to a Virtual Patient?” American Journal of Surgery.193(6): 756-760.
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