Ge Jin, D.Sc.

Interim Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in Technology

Professor, Computer Information Technology and Graphics

Ge Jin


Ge Jin is a professor of computer graphics technology and computer information technology in the College of Technology. His research and teaching focus on computer graphics, game development and VR.

Research Overview

Jin’s research focuses are computer graphics, virtual reality, computer animation, medical visualization and serious games. His recent federally funded projects include NSA/NSF GenCyber grant, NSF SFS Expanding the Pipeline grant, NSF ATE MANEUVER grant and NSA Curriculum Development grant. He has also received an industry-sponsored project.

Select Publications

Jin, G., Tu, M., Kim, T., Heffron, J., White, J. (2018). Game based Cybersecurity Training for High School Students.

In Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE ’18).

ACM, New York, NY, USA, 68-73. Ahn Y., Jin G. (2015). Type + Code II: A Code Driven Typography.

Teaching Focus

Jin’s teaching focuses are computer graphics programming, game design and development, mobile game development, 3D modeling and animation, data structure and algorithms and video and audio editing.

Ge Jin


(219) 989-2131 & (219) 989-2966

Office Location:

Hammond, Anderson Building 238 & 232


  • D.Sc. – Computer Science, George Washington University
  • M.S. – Computer Science, Seoul National University
  • B.S. – Computer Science, Peking University

Areas of Expertise

  • Computer Graphics
  • Medical Data Visualization
  • Computer Animation
  • Virtual Reality Serious Games

Credentials, Accreditations & Awards

  • Teaching Incentive Program Award Purdue University Northwest
  • Chanute Prize Co-Recipient The Society of Innovators of Northwest Indiana
  • College of Technology Outstanding Faculty for Undergraduate Education

Curriculum Vitae