Ju Hong Park
Assistant Professor
School of Architecture University of Miami
Ju Hong Park is a licensed engineer, architect, and researcher. His research is centered on Human-Machine-Collaboration, through research on Machine Learning and Computer Vision, as a vehicle to expand the horizon of human capacity. He is especially passionate about theories and approaches to enhancing human capabilities through design thinking that defines the limits of brain, body, and behaviors by re-framing the context of problems instead of attempting to solve within them. Ju Hong Park is currently based in the School of Architecture of the University of Miami collaborating with researchers and professionals in the U.S. Army, Miller School of Medicine, and Computer Science. Prior to being appointed as an Assistant Professor at UM, he was a researcher at MIT School of Architecture and Media Lab, and architect at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) and the Coop Himmelb(l)au. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Architecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received his Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design with faculty nomination for James Templeton Kelly Thesis Prize, and Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Architecture from Hong-ik University.​​