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ID KAIST is proud to announce that Prof. Sangsu Lee will join its faculty as assistant professor. Prof. Lee will begin teaching in the Spring 2018 semester, joining us from Samsung, where he was product manager and UX designer. He is interested in conducting industry-related UX projects based on his experience in designing the Galaxy lines at Samsung. He is currently interested in natural user interfaces, including the AI assistant

 

Prof. Kun-pyo LEE, Sang-min Bae visited RCA Loughborough Univ.

Professor Kun-pyo LEE, Sang-min Bae visited RCA(Royal College of Art) and Loughborough University for discussing research & ...

Youth career magazine Doreburn introduced ID KAIST

Youth career magazine Doreburn introduced ID KAIST in their November issue(2014 vol. 28). Click here

Heewon Lee received the Minister Award from the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning

During the 8th Laboratory & Health Safety event, Heewon Lee received the Minister Award (UCC Division) from the Mini...

Chia Foong Yi wins the bronze prize for the creative showcase session of the ACE 2014

Chia Foong Yi, a master student from My Design Lab(http://mid.kaist.ac.kr), was awarded the bronze prize for the creative showcase...

Prof. Lee joined to ID KAIST as a research professor

Prof. Lee joined to ID KAIST as a research professor of BK21 plus as of December 1st, 2014. She has experienced in vario...

Chulbae Lee promoted as senior vice president in LG Electronics.

Formal director Chulbae Lee(Undergraduate '91) promoted as senior vice president of LG Electronic as of January 1, 2015. He w...

The Website of the KAIST Industrial Design Department Receives a Design Award

The 10th QS-Apple Higher Education Conference and Exhibition took place on November 11-13, 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan. The ...

Seoyoung Baek and Joonhee Min won prizes at Student Design Conference in KSDS 2014 conference

Seoyoung Baek and Joonhee Min from the Department of Industrial Design won prizes from Student Design Conference, an event...