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On Sept. 3rd, Robert Probst, Dean of School of Design at University of Cincinnati (UC) and Soo-shin Choi, Head of Industrial Design Department at UC visited ID KAIST to discuss collaborative exchange program and laid groundwork for the continuous interchange. University of Cincinnati is the originator of the co-operative education (co-op) model. The program generally consists of alternating periods of coursework on campus and outside work at a host firm, giving students over one year of relevant work experience by the time they graduate. Collaboration with strong research of ID KAIST and practical talent of UC is expected to create a lot of synergy in future cooperation.
Lunch Talk with Jae-yop Kim, Interaction Designer at Microsoft

Mr. Jae-yop Kim, an interaction designer currently working at Microsoft Corporation, Seattle, US visited ID KAIST and gave ...

Prof. Woohun Lee and His Students Won Honorable Mention Award at ACM CHI 2018

Hwan Kim, Hyeon Beom Yi, Hyein Lee, and Prof. Woohun Lee won Honorable Mention Award at ACM CHI 2018 from April 21 ...

Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae and His Students Won Best Paper Award at ACM CHI 2018

Yongkwan Kim, Sang-Gyun An, Joon Hyub Lee, and Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae won the Best Paper Award at ACM CHI 2018. This confe...

Color lab’s outreach service of colorimetry and statistics

Since the AIC2017, the international color conference, Color lab has participated in color conferences not only with ac...

2018 IDKAIST Graduate Admission Information Session

ID KAIST held the 2018 Graduate Admission Information Session on March 29 at Woonbum Hal, Indurial Design Building. Prof. ...

2018 ID Cherry Blossom Party

ID KAIST held this year's Cherry Blossom Party on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. More than 100 members of ID KAIST come and en...

The video of K2 winter school 2018 transfabrication

The video of K2 winter school 2018 “transfabrication” is out. In this exciting K2 fab studio “transfabrication” with KA...

2018 ID Commencement

The ID department held a commencement ceremony and faculty, staff, students, and families congratulated the graduates on February ...