Dr Theano Moussouri is an Associate Professor in Museum Studies at University College London (UCL). She is the PI of the research network Towards Inclusive Digital Museum Innovation. Her research looks at how people construct knowledge and make meaning from visiting museums and other cultural heritage sites. She also has interest in developing innovative culturally responsive research methods.
Dr Young Yim Doh is an Invited Professor in Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). She is the director of Games and Life Lab and the Co-I of the research network Towards Inclusive Digital Museum Innovation. As a lifespan developmental psychologist, her research interest is analysing game player’s experiences and behavioural changes from a socio-cultural perspective. Recently, she conducted several studies on game accessibility for people with disabilities and older adults.
Jungwha Kim is a pioneer in the field of digital museums in Republic of Korea. Previously, she was a professor at KAIST and the founding director of Seoul Museum of Craft Art.
Dr Juhee Park is a Visiting Researcher in Museum Studies at UCL and Senior Researcher in the Augmented Reality Research Center at KAIST. Her research is specialised in the digital transformation of arts and heritage organisations.
Dr Seyeon Lee is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Games and Life Lab at KAIST. Her research analyses the game experience of older adults and people with disabilities.
Dr Rafie Cecilia is a Research Fellow at UCL. Her research looks at the embodied experience of technology of young vision impaired museum visitors, and at accessible and sustainable digital solutions for academic publications.
Ellen Pavey is a PhD candidate in Museum Studies at UCL and Tate. Her research explores how art museums communicate the hidden processes of collection care and conservation to young adult audiences.
Chenxing Zhao is a PhD candidate in Museum Studies at UCL. He has a background in digital media arts and strong work experience in website development.
Karam Eum is a PhD student in Games and Life Lab at KAIST. Her research explores the link between eudaimonic gameplay experiences and recovery experiences in players’ daily lives.
Pooseung Koh is a Master student in Games and Life Lab at KAIST. He majored in game design and development and has experience working at the Strong Museum of Play as part of their exhibit design team.