David Krum

Image of David Krum, holding a virtual reality display.
College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology
Computer Science


Hello! I am David M. Krum, an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the California State University, Los Angeles. My research interests include human-computer interaction, 3D interaction, and virtual/augmented reality.

I lead the Experience Lab (XP Lab), which studies human-computer interaction and specializes in the research and development of virtual and augmented reality technologies.

More information is available at my personal page.


  • Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S., University of Alabama in Huntsville
  • B.S., Engineering and Applied Science, California Institute of Technology

Student Hours (AKA Office Hours)

Please send me an email to schedule an appointment.


  • I taught CS 4555-01: Introduction to 3D Game Programming for Fall 2020.
  • I am teaching CS 4540-02: Topics in Advanced Computer Science: Human Centered Computing for Spring 2021.
  • I am developing new courses in computational thinking and virtual/augmented reality.


If you are interested in any of the following opportunities, please contact me.

  • I am forming a journal club (like a book club) for undergrad and grad students to read interesting papers in human-computer interaction, including virtual/augmented reality.
  • I am also available to advise Master's projects and Master's theses.