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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.

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 ...

Anthony Wilson wins URP grand prix.

Anthony Wilson, undergraduate student of industrial design KAIST, advised by Prof. Daniel Saakes and TA Joongi Shin, receive...

Prof. Sangmin Bae has been on the list of KAIST’s Top 10 Research Achievements of 2017

Prof. Sangmin Bae has been on the the list of KAIST Top 10 Research Achievements of 2017 with the project " HUMIC...

Prof. Sangsu Lee appointed assistant professor at ID KAIST

ID KAIST is proud to announce that Prof. Sangsu Lee will join its faculty as assistant professor. Prof. Lee will begin teac...

Invited as an Editorial Board Member of Human-Computer Interaction Journal

Prof. Youn-kyung Lim is invited as an Editorial Board Member of Human-Computer Interaction Journal (HCI) since May 23rd, 2017. ...

ID KAIST professors invited as the organizing members of DIS 2018

Two professors at ID KAIST are invited as the organizing members of DIS 2018. DIS is one of the top international conf...

Myung Jin Kim won the Excellent award for the spring 2017 URP project

Myung Jin Kim advised by Prof. Andrea Bianchi (MAKinteract Lab), a 4th year undergraduate student, in the ID department (grad...