Seung Chan Lim, better known as Slim, holds a BS in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University where he studied under the late Dr. Randy Pausch. He also holds an MBA from Point Park University and has recently graduated with an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.
For nearly a decade he has worked as both a Human-Centered Design consultant and a Software Systems Researcher. He has helped numerous fortune 500 companies design innovative products and services, and have authored papers on software systems and human-computer interaction.
Products he have helped design have won a number of awards including the AIGA 365, CES Innovation award, EC&M Product of the Year, and Infoworld Top 100 IT Project of the Year.
In his spare time he directs dance performances, and mixes, remixes, composes, produces, and performs electronic music.