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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.

IDKAIST @ Jumpstart to Design Research

Jumpstart to Design Research Workshop was held in Delft from the 4th of August to the 8th of August, 2008. The workshop was a...

Prof. Bae (ID+IM Design Lab.), the Silver Award prize winner of the World Renowned IDEA 2008

Professor Bae and his team members (ID+IM) have exhibited Nanum MP3 Player on the "2008 IDEA Contest". They have...

IDKAIST hosted International Symposium for Emotion and Sensibility 2008

Organized by the Korean Society for Emotion and Sensibility (president: Professor Kun-Pyo Lee), International Symposium for ...

Prof. Kun-Pyo Lee addressed the keynote speech at 2008 Reinventing with Design Seminar

Professor Kun-Pyo Lee addressed the keynote speech with the title of “Human-Centered Design for Future Mobile Device Design...

ID KAIST PES Lab has won the Gold Prize in the Wireless Technology Idea Contest

On the 20th of May, ID KAIST PES Lab has won the Gold Prize in the Wireless Technology Idea Contest held by Samsung ...

International Design Workshop & Competition, Taiwan

From May 11 to May 18 2008, an International Design Workshop & Competition was held for a week in Taiwan. Here, IDKAI...

IDKAIST in CHI2008

CHI2008 was held in Florence, Italy from 7th to 10th of April 2008. Professors and research students (prof. Tek-Jin Nam, pr...

IDKAIST Spring Seminar ? Lin-Lin Chen

s 2008 spring semester, ID KAIST has organized an International Seminar ‘CATCH THE FUTURE 2008’ on Emerging Design Rese...