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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.

Opening Ceremony of Woonbum Hall

Opening Ceremony of Woonbum Hall There was an opening ceremony of Woonbum hall on March 20th. Woonbum Hall is located on ...

Talk with Donald A. Norman

On March 13th, a world-class scholar Donald Norman carried out the 1st. Designer Workshop under the title "Talk with Do...

jimin Park won grand prize at International Design Award 2008

Artist's Name: Jimin Park Company: KAIST Country: Daejoen-si, Korea, Republic of Title: The Rethinking Card

e professors of UTBM France visited IDKAIST

Professors, Didier Sarrelongue and Jung Sook Bae from UTBM(University of Technology of Belfort-Montbeliard) France visited the...

Professor Kun-Pyo Lee was appointed as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Design, Faculty of Bu...

Professor Kun-Pyo Lee was appointed as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Design, Faculty of Built Environment and Engi...

jae gue, Lee received Good Conduct Award

During the 38th anniversary of the foundation of KAIST, jae gue Lee received Good Conduct Award in recognition of outstan...

Prof. Kun-Pyo Lee attended 2009 International Design Symposium at Japan

On January 29th-30th, professor Kun-Pyo Lee attended 2009 International Design Symposium as an invited speaker and panelist. Th...

M. Hank Haeusler from RCA visited IDKAIST

On Jan. 21th, Dr. M. Hank Haeusler from RCA (Royal College of Art, UK) visited IDKAIST. He requested us to join an inte...