About the article
Kay L. O'Halloran
Kay O'Halloran is Director of the Multimodal Analysis Lab, Deputy Director of the Interactive & Digital Media Institute, and Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at the National University of Singapore. Her areas of research include multimodal analysis, social semiotics, mathematics discourse, and the development of interactive digital media technologies and mathematical and scientific visualization techniques for multimodal and sociocultural analytics. She is Principal Investigator for large research projects in these areas in the Multimodal Analysis Lab at the National University of Singapore and has published widely in these fields. Address for correspondence: Multimodal Analysis Lab, Interactive & Digital Media Institute (IDMI), National University of Singapore, 9 Prince George's Park, Singapore 118408, Singapore 〈 〉.
Marissa K. L. E
Marissa K. L. E is Research Associate at the Multimodal Analysis Lab in the Interactive & Digital Media Institute at the National University of Singapore. Her interests lie in systemic functional linguistics, multimodal discourse analysis, and their applications in analyzing the constitution, perpetuation, and evolution of ideologies and culture as manifested in traditional and emergent forms of media communication. She has worked on interdisciplinary projects involving the application of mathematical modeling techniques to the analysis of multimodal data and the development of interactive and collaborative software for multimodal analysis for research and educational purposes. Her publications reflect this synthesis of digital and traditional humanities in various areas such as climate science news, institutional business news, corporate advertisements, and education. Address for correspondence: 〈 〉.
Alexey Podlasov worked as Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Multimodal Analysis Lab in the Interactive and Digital Media Institute (IDMI) at the National University of Singapore from 2008 to 2012. His background is in computer science and applied mathematics with research interests in data modeling, visualization and analytics, computer vision, image and video processing, as well as with software prototyping and development. He is currently working with photorealistic rendering techniques for mobile 3D graphics. Address for correspondence: 〈 〉.
Sabine Tan is Research Associate at the Multimodal Analysis Lab, Interactive & Digital Media Institute, at the National University of Singapore. Her research interests include multimodal discourse analysis, social semiotics, and visual communication. She has published on topics that include the application of multidisciplinary perspectives within social semiotic theory to the analysis of institutional discourses involving traditional and new media, such as business news mediated on the Internet, corporate television advertisements, corporate Web pages, and other emergent multimodal discourse genres. She has worked on interdisciplinary projects involving the development of interactive and collaborative software for the multimodal analysis of images and video texts for research and educational purposes. Address for correspondence: 〈 〉.
Published Online: 2013-08-27
Published in Print: 2013-08-19