Seung-Hwan Baek is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at POSTECH, also affiliated with the Graduate School of AI, POSTECH. He leads Baek's Group and serves as a faculty co-director of the POSTECH Computer Graphics Lab. Prof. Baek worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University, and obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from KAIST. Prof. Baek's research, situated at the intersection of computer graphics, vision, AI, and optics, focuses on capturing, modeling, and analyzing high-dimensional visual data originating from complex interplays between light, material appearance, and geometry. His work has applications in mobile cameras, robots, autonomous vehicles, VR/AR displays, and scientific instruments. Prof. Baek has received awards, including Frontiers of Science Award from the International Congress of Basic Science, Outstanding Ph.D. Thesis Award in IT from the Korean Academy of Science and Technology, SIGGRAPH Asia Doctoral Consortium, Microsoft Research Asia Ph.D. Fellowship, and both ACCV Best Application Paper Award and Best Demo Award.