Minjung (MJ) Kim

mkim85 [at] yorku [dot] ca

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Publications

Kim, M., Wilcox, L. M. & Murray, R. F. (2016). Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. Current Biology. 26(9), 350-351. Featured on YFile.

Conference Talks

Murray, R. F, Desimone, K. & Kim, M. (2017). How do we count at a glance?­­­ Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA. May 19-24, 2017.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M. & Murray, R. F. (2017). Using classification images to understand models of lightness perception. Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (Modvis). St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA. May 17-19, 2017.

Murray, R. F., Wilder, J. D., & Kim, M. (2016).  Human vision uses a flexible model of lighting variations. European Conference on Visual Perception. Barcelona, Spain, August 28 - September 1, 2016.

Kim, M., Wilcox, L. M. & Murray, R. F. (2016). Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA. May 13-18, 2016.

Kim, M. (2016). Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. Second Annual Student Research Symposium of the Neuroscience Association at York. Toronto, Canada. March 4, 2016.

Murray, R. F. & Kim, M. (2015). Lightness constancy via Bayesian anchoring. Annual Interdisciplinary Conference. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA. February 1-6, 2015.

Kim, M. & Murray, R. F. (2011). 3D surface shape and the appearance of glow. Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Naples, Florida, USA. May 6-11, 2011.

Conference Posters

Kim, M., Wilcox, L.M. & Murray, R. F. Perceived 3D shape toggles perceived glow. the Perception Representation, Illumination, Shape, and Material Workshop. Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany. October 19-23, 2016.

Kim, M., Gold, J. M. & Murray, R. F. Classification images reveal that local grouping within lighting frameworks drives the argyle illusion. the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete’s Beach, Florida, USA. May 15-20, 2015.

Kim, M., Ng, K. & Maloney, L.T. Light field interpolation across an insulating white border. the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. St. Pete’s Beach, Florida, USA. May 16-21, 2014.

Kim, M. & Maloney, L. T. Interpolation of illuminant cues across scenes with light fields induced by a mixture of a proximal and a collimated light source. the European Conference on Visual Perception. Bremen, Germany. August 25-29, 2013.

Kim, M., Schüür, F. & Maloney, L. T. Interpolation of illuminant cues across scenes with light fields induced by a mixture of a proximal and a collimated light source. Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Interactions in Vision. Toronto, Canada. June 26-29, 2013.

Kim, M. & Murray, R. F. The influence of shape on perceived glow. Centre for Vision Research International Conference on Plastic Vision. Toronto, Canada. June 15-18, 2011.

Kim, M. & Murray, R. F. Glow from shape and shape from glow. Workshop on the Perception of Material Properties, Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany. June 1-5, 2011.

Kim, M. and Rensink, R. A. Image transitions: the invariance of mental representations to visual transformations. Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science, Banff, Canada. May 2-3, 2008.

Chao, W.O., Ha, D., Ho, K., Kaastra, L., Kim, M., Wade, A. & Fisher, B. The Bricolage. IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, Sacramento, California, USA. Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2007.

Ha, D., Kim, M., Wade, A., Chao, W.O., Ho, K., Kaastra, L., Fisher, B. & Dill, J. From tasks to tools: A field study in collaborative visual analytics. IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, Sacramento, California, USA. Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2007.

Popular Science

Kim, M. (2015, June 26). Highlights from the 2015 Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. PLoS: The Student Blog.

Kim, M. (2014, Feb. 4). Not So Ordinary: A Tale of Unsung Scientific Heroes. [Review of the book Ordinary Geniuses: How Tow Mavericks Shaped Modern Sciences, by Gino Segrè]. PLoS: The Student Blog.

Kim, M. (2013, Sept. 10). The Scientific Method: It’s OK to Blunder. [Review of the book Brilliant Blunders: from Darwin to Einstein: Colossal Mistakes by Great Scientists That Changed Our Understanding of Life and the Universe, by Mario Livio]. PLoS: The Student Blog.