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Muqeem Khan-Morning with Hum TV-Part 1

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Uploaded on Mar 6, 2010

Muqeem's Interview with Hum TV

Muqeem's motion picture credits, as a visual effect artist with Walt Disney and Square USA, are Deep Rising, George of the Jungle, Flubber, Armageddon and Final Fantasy. He is a frequent presenter and speaker on VFX in motion pictures, animation and emerging technologies. He received his Master of Arts in Industrial Design in 1996 with specialization in computer graphics and animation from Advanced Computing Center for Arts and Design (ACCAD) and Department of Industrial, Interior, and Visual Communication at Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio. He also obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Design from the same university in 1994. His research interests include teaching methodologies, collaborative activity across multiple disciplines and computer graphic tools for artists and designers. He has been exploring and investigating intangible cultural heritage, animation and interaction design through his PhD studies. He has presented his research in conferences such as 'Hawaii Int. Conference on Arts and Humanities' in Honolulu, 'Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities' in Virginia, 'ACM Graphite' in Singapore, 'Information Visualization' in London, Int. Conference on Education in Honolulu, Virtuality and VIEW Conferences in Turin and 'Computers in Education' in Auckland. Muqeem also served as a member of technical committee, IASTED, The International Association of Science and Technology Development, Alberta, Canada and member of the Editorial Board for "Design Behaviors", the College of Design, Hanyang University and Design Research & Education Lab, Korea. He is currently working as Associate Professor at Northwestern University in Qatar.

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