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Predrag K. Nikolic,副教授、研究员

Institute:

School of Creativity     and Art

Research Areas:

Design ArtTechnology

Contact Info.

predragnikolic@shanghaitech.edu.cn

  

 

 

 

Biography

 

 

Predrag K. Nikolic is an interactive media   designer, digital media expert and a media artist who holds a PhD in Digital   Media and an MBA. His research focuses on intelligent interfaces, robot  creativity, AI aesthetics and design for behavioral changes. He mixes   experiential reality, artificial intelligence, and responsive environments to   engage an audience in new types of interactive experiences and media   perceptions. His design and artworks, such as Botorikko, MindCatcher,  InnerBody, Ciklosol, Before & Beyond, Vrroom, Robosophy Philosophy,   Digital Lolipop, In_Visible Island were exhibited worldwide and presented at   the Ars Electronica Festival, SIGGRAPH, SIGGRAPH Asia, Technarte USA,   Technarte Spain, Singapore Science Center, Hong Kong – Shenzhen Design   Biennial, Maison Shanghai, National Museum of Applied Art in Belgrade,  National Museum of Education in Belgrade.

 

Before joining ShanghaiTech University School   of Creativity and Art, Predrag Nikolic was associate professor at Shantou   University School of Art and Design China, Dean of Faculty of Digital Production   at Educons University Serbia, Visiting Professor at Bergen Academy of Art and   Design Norway, Researcher at Aalto University Finland, Global Digital   Director at Grey Germany, Global Digital Director at J. Walter Thomson   Germany, Global Head of Digital at Ogilvy Greece, Head of Digital Marketing   at Groundlink USA, Consultant at Yahoo USA and Managing Director at  JadePremier United Kingdom.

During his career in a creative industry, he   conceptualized and designed digital media presence for the clients such as   Telenor, IBM, Nestle, H&M, Mars, Coca-Cola, Credit Agricole Bank, Yahoo,  Czech Airlines and many others.  

 

Predrag K. Nikolic has published numerous   research papers in the field of artificial intelligence aesthetics, robot   creativity, robot–robot interaction, design for behaviour change, collective  creativity, mix-experiential reality, multi-sensory interfaces, interactivity   and interface design. He lectures at universities and giving speeches at   international conferences such as EmTech MIT, Technarte, SIGGRAPH, INTETAIN,   MobilityIOT, Smart City 360, etc.

Professor Nikolic is Editor-In-Chief for EAI   Endorsed Transactions on Creative Technologies Journal, European Alliance for   Innovation Fellow, listed artist in Leonardo Electronic Directory, SIGGRAPH   Digital Arts Community Member, international exhibitions curator and serves   on many conference committees.

 

More about prof. Nikolic you can find   on www.predragnikolic.com

 

 

 

Research Interests


 

 Interaction Design,Human-Robot   Interaction,Robot-Robot Interaction,Artificial Intelligence Aesthetic,Robot   Creativity,Machine Made Content,Intelligent Interfaces,Design for Behavior   Change,Mix Experiential Reality,Smart Living Environment,Multisensory   Interfaces

 

  

 

 

Selected Publications

 

 

 

Nikolić   P.K., Yang H. (2020) Designing Playful Cities: Audio-Visual Metaphors for New   Urban Environment Experience, Mobile Networks and Applications, https;//DOI:   10.1007/s11036-020-01514-6

 

Talib R.I.A., Nikolic P.K., Sunar M.S., Prada R. (2020)   In-Visible Island: Inclusive Storytelling Platform for Visually Impaired   Children, Mobile Networks and Applications https://DOI: 10.1007/s11036-020-01515-5, Springer International   Publishing

 

Nikolic, P.K. & Yang, H. (2019) Artificial Intelligence   Clone Generated Content toward Robot Creativity and Machine Mindfulness,   Mobile Networks and Applications (1-10)   https://doi.org/10.1007/s11036-019-01281-z, Springer International Publishing

 

Nikolić,   P.K. (2019) Measuring Creative Experience from Visitors’ Paths and Abstract   Multi-sensory Artefacts, Mobile Networks and Applications   https://doi.org/10.1007/s11036-019-01317-4, Springer International   Publishing

 

Nikolić   P.K., Yang H. (2019) Syntropic Counterpoints: Philosophical Content Generated   Between Two Artificial Intelligence Clones. In: Cortez P., Magalhães L.,   Branco P., Portela C., Adão T. (eds) Lecture Notes of the Institute for   Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol   273. Springer, Cham

Nikolic,   P., Cheok, AD., (2019), Designing Behavioral Changes In Smart Cities Using   Interactive Smart Space, Smart Technology Trends in Industrial and Business   Management, pp. 367-383, Springer International Publishing

 

Nikolic,   P., Cheok, AD., (2018), InnerBody: Using interactive and multisensory   interfaces to design behavioral change, LEONARDO Journal, MIT Press, USA

 

Nikolic,   P., Yang, H., Chen, J., Stankevich, GP., (2018). Syntropic Counterpoints: Art   of AI Sense or Machine Made Context Art, Proceeding SIGGRAPH 2018 Poster,   Article No. 18, ACM New York, NY,USA 

 

Nikolic,   P., (2015). Multimodal Interactions: Embedding new meanings to known forms   and objects, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics   and Telecommunications Engineering 2016 B. Mandler et al. (Eds.): Internet of   Things 360° 2015, Part II, LNICST 170. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-47075-7.   Springer International Publishing.

Nikolic, P., & Stankovic, J., (2015). Social Media Communication:   Re-creating the context of social gaming, Lecture Notes of the Institute for   Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering 2016   A. Leon-Garcia et al. (Eds.): Smart City 360°, LNICST 166, pp. 559-571, 2016.   DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-33681-7_47. Springer International Publishing.

 Nikolic, P., (2015). Social Media Interactions and Online Games: Building Up   New Human Relationships in Danube Region, Journal of Danubian Studies and   Research (Vol. 5, no. 2) - http://journals.univ- danubius.ro/index.php/research/article/view/2925

 Nikolic, P., (2014). Collective Creativity: Utilizing the Potentials of   Multimodal Environments, Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer   Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering 2015 R.   Giaffreda et al. (Eds.): Internet of Things 2014, LNICST 151, pp. 1–11, 2015.   DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-19743-2_5. Springer International Publishing.

 Nikolic, P., (2014). Engagement Factors in Social Media Experience, European   Journal of Applied Economics 2014 Supplement, p209-212 DOI:   10.15308/SInteZa-2014-209- 212. Publsher: Singidunum University.