Art + Design : News + Notes DECEMBER 2019
J. Robert and Barbara A. Hillier College of Architecture and Design New Jersey Institute of Technology
Bachelors Degree Center Ranks NJIT Game Design #15 Nationally Positive rankings for NJIT’s offerings in video game design continue to accumulate. Bachelors Degree Center has ranked the combined offerings in game design at NJIT from Digital Design and Information Technology as the 15th best in the United States. The university offers students a variety of paths to different degrees (BA in the Hillier College of Architecture and Design and the BS in the Ying Wu College of Computing) with each program drawing on resources from the other and providing opportunities for collaborative work. Bachelors Degree Center highlighted the fact that “NJIT’s interdisciplinary programs give students the freedom to adapt and grow without being narrowly defined – a value in the ever-changing tech industry.”
Interior Design Program Cited in 2020 DesignIntelligence Rankings The School of Art + Design’s Interior Design program received commendations in various categories and, among small programs (fewer than 20 graduates per year) has been ranked #2 nationally in “Most Hired from Interior Design Schools.” Additionally, DesignIntelligence ranks schools in a size and region-independent manner in 12 different focus areas, and NJIT appears in the top 10 nationally in the categories of Transdisciplinary Collaboration Across A/E/C, Research, Project Planning and Management, Practice Management, and Engineering Fundamentals. David Brothers Named one of the “Most Admired Educators” in Interior Design Senior University Lecturer and Interior Design Program Coordinator David Brothers has been named by DesignIntelligence as one of the 16 “Most Admired Educators” in interior design for 2020. Each year, the organization honors excellence in design education and education administration and makes selections “with input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads and students.” Cited for his passion and dedication, Brothers received this accolade for the second time in six years. 2
Industrial Design Alumni Exhibit Work in Times Square for NYCxDesign Week Four alumni from the class of 2016 - Fabio Castellanos, Joe Mercurio, Natalia Szabla, and Juan Trapp, were among the approximately 40 designers featured in “Sound & Vision: A Celebration of Design Technology & Sound” sponsored by The American Design Club during NYCxDesign Week, May 10-22, 2019. The exhibit was presented in a “discovery village of emerging design” in Times Square between 42nd and 43rd Streets in New York City. The exhibition space that was comprised of “soundproof pods” that allowed visitors to have personal experiences with the installations. Szabla, a designer with the 7th Floor, created “Infinite Monolith” that traps and multiplies outside lighting. Castellanos, Mercurio, and Trapp produced the “Accordion Cabinet” imagining a playful day at the office. The exhibit was produced by adjunct Industrial Design faculty member Kiel Mead, founding member and current director of The American Design Club. Interior Design Student Wins NEWH New York Chapter Scholarship Third-year Interior Design student Melissa Soler of Nutley, New Jersey, won a $7,500 New York Chapter Scholarship from NEWH, The Hospitality Industry Network. The New York Chapter, one of the largest in the United States, selected ten winners from approximately eighty applicants based on a combination of student essays, recommendation letters, expressed interest in the hospitality field, and student leadership/engagement and presented more than $50,000 in scholarships. Soler was presented the award at the annual Product Runway event at Sony Hall on November 10 and is the first NJIT student to receive an NEWH scholarship. Members of NEWH are professionals engaged in management/operations and design of hospitality, food service and related industries.
A+D Students Receive Funding for Research Projects A+D students were selected to participate in the Undergraduate Research and Innovation (URI) Program at NJIT, directed by Atam Dhawan. The URI program provides opportunities for students from all majors in the university to form teams and, mentored by faculty and industry advisors, “try to find solutions to societal problems and to develop technologies to ameliorate those problems.” A Phase 1 Grant has been awarded to Digital Design student Anisah Khandakar and HCI student Astha Sharma for the project, “Digital Window” who are being advised by Professors Hye Jin Kum-Biocca from the School of Art + Design and Yvette Wohn from the Department of Informatics. A Phase 2 grant has been awarded for “Bio Digester to Recover Nutrients and Energy from Restaurants and Cafeteria Food Waste” to be carried out by Industrial Design student Julia Flores and Civil Engineering students Kush Patel and Keitheshia Parris. The interdisciplinary team is advised by Professors Martina Decker from the Hillier College of Architecture and Design and Jay Meegoda, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Newark College of Engineering.
As part of a Carnegie Designated R1 research university, Art + Design students take advantage of funding opportunities to pursue projects of significance and individual interest toward generating new knowledge.
In addition to the URI Seed Grants, A+D students have been successful in receiving $2,000 funding per project for NSF I-Corps ventures. A Digital Design team of fourth-year students Sophia Chan and Eleni Giamos, working with Professor Kum-Biocca and industry mentor Christopher Lim (former Hewlett Packard Global Design Studio Director) received funding for “The Transition Between Reality and the Virtual World_AR Game.” Also receiving an award were third-year Digital Design student Nisha Mistry and MS Chemistry graduate student Yutong Wan working with Professors Kum-Biocca and Edgardo Farinas from Chemistry along with industry mentor Beth Ann Murphy on a project for “AR Chemistry Education.” And finally, another third-year Digital Design student, Anthony Parker, working with Professor Taro Narahara of Digital Design received a grant for “Data-Driven Approach in Residential Floor Plan Generation.”
Industrial Design Students Participate in Design Day for Schools That Can - Newark
Interior Design Student James Chao on Winning Team at NeoCon’s IIDA Student Charette James Chao, one of three NJIT Interior Design students selected for the Herman Miller sponsored IIDA Student Charette at NeoCon 2019 in Chicago, was a member of the first-place inter-collegiate winning team selected by a panel of judges at the conference in June. Chao was teamed with students from Ball State University, Ohio State University, Western Carolina University, and Texas State University. This was the fourth consecutive year NJIT Art + Design students participated in the event which, in addition to Chao, included Victoria Birritteri and Chloe Blottman.
NJIT and the School of Art + Design hosted the 4th Annual Design Day for Schools That Can – Newark on September 27 where students from Newark’s public, private, and charter schools came together to solve real-life design challenges. Approximately fifty K-12 students worked throughout the day at the Hillier College of Architecture and Design with volunteers to 5 address the challenge of how to design the Mulberry Common’s expansion in Newark. With the encouragement and active participation of the Industrial Design Program Coordinator, University Lecturer José Alcala, and along with professional sponsors, members of the NJIT Industrial Designers Association of America (IDSA) student chapter provided assistance that included staffing/advising one team and assisting on others. NJIT participants included Sae Almeida, Miranda Austin, Andrew Carter, Patrick Keating, and Jenna Stuiso.
Art + Design Students on ASUN Honor Roll for Academic Achievement for Third Consecutive Year Student athletes from the School of Art + Design continue to excel both athletically and academically, and have been named to the Academic Honor Roll every year since NJIT joined the Atlantic Sun (ASUN) conference in 2016. Three students representing three different sports were cited this past year: Sae Almeida (Industrial Design) for Women’s Cross-Country, Andrew Elcock (Industrial Design) for Baseball, and Brandon Kong (Digital Design) for Men’s Track and Field.
Interior Design Makes Connections with On and Off Campus Experiences The Interior Design program utilizes resources both on and off campus with a combination of field trips and industry-speak seminars that include the popular “lunch and learn” series on Mondays in the design studios. Mohawk Group was represented by Account Executives from the Workplace/Retail sector Kami Panbechi and Michelle Petriello who provided a presentation to all students about technical specifications and current trends in flooring in November. In October, the second year Interior Design students visited Paul Rudolph’s Modulightor Building for a guided tour led by Seth Weine to research a case study analysis project.
Altin Contributes Book Chapter Adjunct faculty member Ersin Altin contributed “Others of Architecture” honoring the prominent Turkish architectural historian, Uğur Tanyeli in which he discusses peasants, nonMuslim minorities, and the Ancient Regime as the “others” of early Republican period architecture. The chapter appears in Uğur Tanyeli’ye Armağan (Gift to Uğur Tanyeli), published by b. kitap in 2019. Grouphug Happy Hour-Playdates in New York City A new monthly happy hour series showcasing sustainable product design entrepreneurs and activists was launched in October by adjunct faculty member and product designer Krystal Persaud, founder and CEO of Grouphug, a sustainable technology company based in New York City. Persaud, former Senior Director of Product Design at littleBits, kicked off the series and spoke about the history of solar panels, the latest trends in industry, and the technology behind harvesting solar energy.
Digital Design Participation Expands at SIGGRAPH Fourteen Digital Design students were selected for, and participate in, the competitive Student Volunteer (SV) Program at SIGGRAPH 2019, the 46th annual conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques, held in Los Angeles, California from July 27 through August 1 which was attended by more than 18,700 individuals from 79 different countries. The students provided more than 25 hours of service to the conference assisting attendees and contributors in different venues that included the Technical Paper Sessions, Production Gallery, Emerging Technology exhibition, VR Theater, and more. In return, students had the opportunity to attend sessions, exhibits, the Computer Animation Festival, and participate in special networking and advising programs with studio heads and recruiters. Three students, Sophia Chan, Michael Mejia, and Joshua Weinberg participated for the second consecutive year. Eleven NJIT students from the School of Art + Design were attending their first SIGGRAPH conference: Lasha Areshidze, Emma Collins, Michael Decaprio, Twinkle Desai, Loni Fiscus, Giovanni Gagliano, Will Martone, Jodie Saint-Val, Nicholas Seccondro, Sergio Segovia, and Kaylin Wittmeyer. The students were joined by Digital Design alumnus Daniel Palma ’12 (NJIT’s first SIGGRAPH Student Volunteer in 2009) at the annual NJIT faculty/student/alumni dinner at El Cholo in downtown Los Angeles. In addition to the students, NJIT was represented by both Associate Dean of the Hillier College of Architecture and Design, John Cays, and Director of the School of Art + Design, Glenn Goldman, who are members of the international ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee. Goldman also moderated and participated in the fourth annual Industry Panel, “Preparing Students to Take the Next Step: School to Work Transition (Demo Reels and Beyond),” at the Educators Forum where he was joined by representatives from visual and special effects (Animal Logic), animation (Ilion Animation Studios), motion pictures (The Focus/MPC Films), and gaming (Activision/Blizzard).
Goldman Receives Awards for Architectural Photographs School of Art + Design Director Glenn Goldman received thirty-five different awards across seven different photography competitions to close out 2019. Among the awards received are the Best Overall Image in the 2019 American Institute of Architects (AIA) West Jersey Annual Architectural Photography Competition for “Fan Vault, Canterbury” (Canterbury Cathedral, England); Judges’ Commendation for “Vizcaya Spiral” (Miami, FL) in the annual AIA National Photography Competition; and Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards in the 2019 Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA) program in the category of Architecture/Industrial (non-professional). A Gold Award went to “Industrial Luxury” (housing in London), Silver Award to “Paterson” (Art Factory in Paterson, NJ), and the Bronze Award was received for “Catwalk” (Javits Center, New York, NY). An additional Bronze Award was received in the Architecture/Interiors category for “Concrete and Wood” (Cathedral of Our Lady of Angels, Los Angeles, CA). Goldman received a Silver award in Architecture/Interiors in the Moscow International Foto Awards (MIFA) program for “Looking Through” (Javits Center, New York, NY) and a Bronze Award for “Under Construction” (Midtown West skyline of NY, from Edgewater, NJ).
Zaitseva Wins SHOWstudio’s Fashion Film Award
Additional awards were earned from the International Photography Awards (IPA) program, Fusion Art: Line, Shapes, and Objects competition, and TZIPAC 2019 Zebra Awards celebrating art in black and white photography. In total, the awards were given to twentythree distinct photographs taken within the last five years in the United States, Spain, and England.
Polina Zaitseva, adjunct faculty member in Digital Design, won an international SHOWstudio Fashion Film Award (in partnership with Harrods) for Best Beauty Film of 2019. Her film “Before and After” is a short just under two minutes long that shows “extreme closeups of lipsticks being sliced with scalpels and forceps in an intrinsically balletic but scientific way, with music by Edvard Grieg.” Zaitseva, who continues to produce multimedia work in collaboration with diverse clients that include product and fashion designers, was presented with the award on October 17 in London. 8
Kehoe Receives Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching by Non-Instructional Staff Michael Kehoe, Manager of the Hillier College of Architecture and Design Computing Resources, received the competitive Excellence in Teaching Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching at NJIT by Non-Instructional Staff. Involved in almost every aspect of computing in the Hillier College, Kehoe’s efforts, creativity, and innovation have contributed to the success of all the programs. He was an instrumental partner in establishing Kepler, a proprietary application of Microsoft SharePoint, that led to the nation’s first digital accreditations with NAAB, NASAD, and CIDA. He is involved in the specifications and bidding of all computer and technology equipment used in teaching in the Hillier College. He supervises work-study students and is a ready resource for students and faculty working on special projects. And he was a regular and full participant in discussions during the formative period of all three technology-dependent programs in the School of Art + Design.
Interior Design Students Compete in Biennial Fashion Meets Finish The 2019 edition of the Pennsylvania/New Jersey/ Delaware International Interior Design Association (IIDA) fashion show and fundraiser, Fashion Meets Finish: THE ART OF THE INBETWEEN was held at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ, on October 10th and included an entry from the student chapter of NJIT. The team included Interior Design students Chloe Blottman, Victoria Birritteri, Mirka Cruz, Claritza Guerrero, Leslie Puma, Melissa Soler, Lauren Soriano, and Sarah Whitehouse. The students teamed with Masland & Atlas and competed against one other school and fourteen professional design firms, earning second-place finishes in three categories: “best interpretation of theme”, “best street-to-chic”, and “fan-favorite” based on open voting. The outfit was constructed strictly with carpet, carpet backing, LVT, and threads in the creation of androgynous wearable art in a celebration of universal design that shatters preconceived notions of masculinity and femininity. IIDA had help from students outside the Interior Design program in the Hillier College of Architecture and Design: Industrial Design student Ben Ruoff as well as Architecture students Adriane Magadia, Kassandra Ulloa (who took on the role of makeup artist for the event), and Kyle Reid who was the model for the NJIT entry participated. For their efforts, the IIDA Student group was awarded $2,000 to put towards various activities for the coming year.
Kehoe was cited for the numerous contributions he has made that contribute to the day-to-day operation of the Hillier College as well as his participation in the innovative programs established.
Animations from Digital Design Students Screened at MetroCAF Two animations created by Digital Design students were selected for and screened at MetroCAF 2019 on Friday, September 27, 2019. “The Troublesome Transaction” was a solo effort created by third-year student Nicholas Seccondro. “Rouge,” directed by fourth-year student Jerry Bellone and supervised by University Lecturer Augustus Wendell, was an independent collaborative project created with extensive participation by second-, third-, and fourth-year students. Original music was composed by Joshua Weinberg. Character design and illustration, modeling, and rigging were produced by Bellone, Brandon Kong, Michael Mejia, Seccondro, Sergio Segovia, and Kaylin Wittmeyer. The environment team included Jimmy Benites (lead), Michael DeCaprio, and IT student Satchel Quinn in addition to the previously mentioned students. This was the seventeenth edition of the annual animation festival celebrating metropolitan area college computer animation organized by the New York City Chapter of ACM SIGGRAPH open to all students within a 160-mile radius of Manhattan’s Times Square which extends beyond and includes Albany, Philadelphia, and Providence.
Littman Library Serves as Hub for Hillier College Under the direction of Maya Gervits, the Littman Library for Architecture and Design continues to build upon its role as a literal and figurative hub for the Hillier College community hosting exhibits, receptions, concerts, book talks, and more. The popular series “Tea with Alumni” started the semester on September 4 that included recent graduates Josh Weinberg ’19 from Digital Design and Cassidy Lavine ’19 from Industrial Design reinforcing the connections between current students and alumni. Monica Kenzie returned after an approximately three-year absence to the Littman Library as the new Architecture, Art and Design Librarian, and hosted a workshop, “Artstor for Study and Teaching.” Professor of Architecture Darius Sollohub introduced his new book, Millennials in Architecture: Generations, Disruption, and the Legacy of a Profession. Royce Epstein, A&D Design Director for Mohawk Industries presented a lecture, “Return to Humanity” on September 28. The first concert of the academic year in the “Music in the Library” series took place on October 3 with a performance by the renamed Littman Quartet (formerly known as the Vramensko Quartet). Professor of Architecture and Industrial Design Martina Decker presented “Patents for Architects and Designers” on October 15. And finally, both Gervits and Kenzie hosted and presented Information Literacy sessions for all freshmen in the School of Art + Design in coordination with AD 150 – Color and Composition and AD 161 – History of Art and Design I. 10
New Teachers Join Art + Design Samantha Bennet is a designer and researcher with a BFA in Textile Design and Art History from the University of Kansas and an MFA in Interior Design from Parsons School of Design, The New School in New York City teaching Ethnographic and Market Research for the Industrial Design program. She works as a design consultant for Colony Co-op in New York and carpenter for Aardvark Interiors, a Brooklyn-based design and fabrication studio. Prior to her current positions, Bennet taught at Parsons and worked at Brooklyn Design & Fabrication, served as the Interim Director of the Donghia Healthier Materials Library at Parsons, and as a senior textile designer for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in New York.
Narahara Wins MVE Award Digital Design Professor Taro Narahara has received the prestigious MVE (Media Experience and Virtual Environment) award for his presentation and paper â€œWhat is the Key to Attract People in Apartments: Construction and Analysis of Attractiveness Dataset for Real Estate Floor Plansâ€? co-authored with Xueting Wang and Toshihiko Yamasaki at the University of Tokyo for the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) in Japan, that was presented by Narahara in August in Nagoya, Japan.
Mark McGinnis is a designer and illustrator who received a BFA from the Columbus College of Art & Design teaching Professional Practice & Ethics. He currently is an editorial illustrator whose diverse set of clients includes the Boston Globe, Harvard Business Review, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, American Lawyer, Psychology Today, Stanford Social Review, Southern Poverty Law Center, Hollywood Reporter, Variety, and more. Prior to his current position, he worked in advertising for ten years, which included various roles for the Chicago-based global advertising agency, Leo Burnett. His early projects included work on branding and packaging for Pepsi, Frito-Lay, and Starbucks. 11
Art + Design Faculty Presentations Digital Design Professor Taro Narahara took advantage of his year-long sabbatical and was active furthering his research agenda. He presented “Megastructures: Past, Present, and Future” at the joint eCAADe + SIGraDi conference in September in Porto, Portugal. He also presented “A Preliminary Study on Attractiveness Analysis of Real Estate Floor Plans with Toshihiko Yamasaki of The University of Tokyo at the 8th Global Conference in Consumer Electronics (GCCE) in Osaka, Japan in October. And in November, Narahara presented “Recapture a City” at the 13th FORUM8 Design Festival and 12th International VR Symposium. Narahara also served as a judge for the 7th Cloud Programming World Cup student competition during the Design Festival. Adjunct Ersin Altin previously was invited by Het Nieuwe Instituut to attend the 5th edition of ThingsCon in Rotterdam, Netherlands where he contributed to the design research workshop “Naïve AI for Livable Cities” that focused on collaborations between
Faculty from the School of Art + Design participate actively in the development and dissemination of new knowledge through their attendance and presentations at various international disciplinespecific conferences and events.
critical design practices around smart cities, the practice of IoT driven precision farming, and unexplored potential of machine learning systems (framed by the ‘responsible AI’ discourse). The project, [AI]stanbul, was at Luma-Arles in France and at C-Mine at Genk, Belgium. [AI]stanbul, a place-based artificial intelligence project developed by Altin (in collaboration with Associate Dean of the Albert Dorman Honors College Burçak Özlüdil, Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics Amy Hoover, and Digital Design Lecturer Augustus Wendell) for 4th Istanbul Biennial was featured by Luma-Arles in France as part of “a multi-platform knowledge-based exhibition” A School of Schools: Design as Learning. Exhibition was on display in Parc des Ateliers until May 26. From there [AI]stanbul travelled to Belgium. [AI]stanbul was on display at C-Mine in Genk from June 28 to September 29. Assistant Professor Hye Jin Kum-Biocca presented “Towards Mobile Augmented Reality and the Direct Experience of Embedded Spatial Data” in November at Wuhan University in China where she also participated in negotiations for international collaboration between NJIT and Wuhan. 12
A+D Students On and Behind Stage for Macbeth Students from the Digital Design program at the School of Art + Design were part of a recent performance of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, a “technology-infused” production directed by University Lecturer Louis Wells performed at the Jim Wise Theatre, and presented by the RutgersNJIT Theatre Program. Third-year student Kaylin Wittmeyer was on stage playing MacDuff, the Thane of Fife, while fourth-year student Loni Fiscus served as Assistant Director who, among other things, worked with Wells designing the colors and insignias for the traditional Scottish setting. Additionally, Fiscus, assisted by colleagues Craig Gallo, Eleni Giamos and William Martone, was responsible for the interactive/reactive projection that was part of the stage in which background elements would respond in real time to the movement and motion of the actors on stage.
Gosser Curates Exhibits in Newark and Montclair Adjunct and Curator of the Hillier College Gallery, Matthew Gosser, co-curated with Janice Greenberg Ed Berger: Jazz Photographer at the Jewish Museum of New Jersey in Newark which includes 30 photographs that “gives viewers a feel for the access Berger had to some of the country’s most celebrated jazz performers.” His collection of more than 9,000 photographs included pictures of Benny Carter, Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, and many others. Gosser also curated Everyday Objects at Studio Montclair which contained work by more than 50 artists that mark the cultural and artistic significance of found objects impacting our collective societal memories. In addition to the exhibits external to NJIT and consistent with the mission to bring art and design to the university community, Gosser and co-curator Gail Enns produced an exhibit for the Hillier College of Architecture and Design Gallery, The New Domestics: East Coast/West Coast, that featured twelve female artists “who explore the idea of domesticity in the conceptualization, imagery and art-making techniques they use to create their art.”
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Art + Design Student Work Selected for SIGGRAPH Student Work Exhibit in Los Angeles For the eighth consecutive year NJIT Art + Design students had work selected for, and exhibited in, the doublecurated Faculty Submitted Student Work Exhibit sponsored by the ACM SIGGRAPH International Education Committee at SIGGRAPH 2019. Work from forty-five different students was displayed at the 46th annual Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques held July 28th through August 1st in Los Angeles, California. NJIT work was created from classes and studios taught by JosĂŠ Alcala, David Brothers, Julio Figueroa, Glenn Goldman, Matt Gosser, Hye Jin Kum-Biocca, Monica Nelson, Krystal Persaud, Miguel Rodrigues, Jessica Ross, Stephen Schaum, Brandon Warshofsky, Augustus Wendell, and Polina Zaitseva and included submissions from all three programs in the School of Art + Design. Foundation year work from AD 150, Color and Composition and AD 112, Communication in Art and Design â€“ Digital Media was created by Suzanne Hlinka, Elizabeth Kissell, Eon Maravillas, Melany Mayorga, Zane Patel, Claire Sheppard, Matthew Smith, Allison Wong, and Jada Wypasek. Fourth year Industrial Design studio work exhibited was from Preston Konopka and Nuno Parente. Interior Design studio work from the third and fourth years was from Chloe Blottman, James Chao, Jabun Nahar, and Jamel Tejeda. Digital Design student work made up the majority of the exhibited projects from NJIT and came from classes like 2D Character Design and Imaginary Worlds: Architecture in Motion Pictures as well as second, third, and fourth year studios and was created by Noralie Abreu, Lasha Arishidze, Jimmy Benites, Jerry Bellone, Bryan Carbajal, Sophia Chan, June Enriquez, Loni Fiscus, Giovanni Gagliano, Suzanne Hlinka, Anisah Khandikar, Christian Menendez, Anastasia Mishin, Alexandra Novichkova, Johel Ramirez-Cubero, Jodie Saint-Val, Alex Schuppel-Garcia, Nicholas Seccondro, Alexis Smith, Keven Tirado, Josh Weinberg, and Kaylin Wittmeyer. Collaborative Design Studio work was provided by Fernando Cotto, Trysten Davis, Anastasia Mishin, Kathleen Nguyendon, Victor Nzegwu, Umaamah Tobias, and Nicholas Warholak. Work from thirty-five schools, the largest number ever for this international exhibit, included representation from NJIT, Carnegie Mellon University, Drexel University, Jamia Millia University New Delhi, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Middle Tennessee State University, Monmouth University, Nanyang Technological University Singapore, Rochester Institute of Technology, Savannah College of Art and Design, Tokyo University of Technology, Universidad Panamericana, University of Alaska, University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Pennsylvania, University of Technology Sydney, Woosong University, and Yale University and others. 14
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