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Mr. Jae-yop Kim, an interaction designer currently working at Microsoft Corporation, Seattle, US visited ID KAIST and gave a Lunch Talk on 14th of May. He talked about broad issues on relationship between human and technology based upon his multi-disciplinary experiences. He has BFA on Communication Design at Parsons, New York and Master on Interaction Design at Royal College of Art, London. As a designer, he is actively participating at Helsinki Design week, London Design Week and MoMA, New York. Now he is working at Virtual Assistant Coltana Team, AI & Research Group at Microsoft Corporation in Seattle.

Prof. Gabriela Goldschmidt from Technion - Israel Institute of Technology visited ID KAIST

Prof. Gabriela Goldschmidt, a faculty of Architecture and Town Planning at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, visited ...

Lunch Talk with Prof. Chiwu Huang from NTUT

Prof. Chiwu Huang, the Associate Dean of the National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) College of Design, visited I...

IDKAIST and Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering co-organized the First Wednesday M...

IDKAIST and Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering co-organized the First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum. The...

Lunch Talk with Prof. Gino Yu from Hong Kong PolyU

Prof. Gino Yu, the Director of Digital Entertainment and Game Development and the Founding Head of the Multimedia Innova...

IDKAIST hosted 2018 Design 3.0 Forum

IDKAIST and Tsinghua University co-hosted 2018 Design 3.0 Forum, aiming to explore challenging issues in design research, educat...

Lunch Talk with Prof. Martyn Evans from Manchester Metropolitan University

Prof. Martyn Evans, the head of Manchester School of Art Research Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University, visited ID ...

Lunch Talk with Dr. Curie Park from University of Cambridge

Dr. Curie Park at Center for Industrial Sustainability, University of Cambridge visited ID KAIST to give a lunch talk on 1...

Prof. Andrea Bianchi's team featured in the official SIGGRAPH channel

Prof. Andrea Bianchi's team was featured in the official SIGGRAPH channel with their project "Wind-Blaster: A Wearabl...