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Prof. Patrick Olivier at Newcastle University, UK visited ID KAIST and gave us a lunch talk on June 26th.  He talked about Digital Civics; Infrastructuring participatory citizenship. Digital Civics proposes the use of digital technologies in the provision of relational models of public services to support citizen-focused sharing of knowledge, experience and resources. After lunch talk, he visited several labs in our department. Patrick Olivier founded and leads Open Lab, Newcastle University's center for cross-disciplinary research in digital technologies.그림2.jpg

 

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...

New students of Seoul science high school visited ID KAIST

On January 08, new students of Seoul science high school visited ID KAIST. department professor Youn-kyung Lim introduced ID ...

Genius Students of Daegu Office of Education visited ID KAIST.

On January 07, Genius Students of Daegu Office of Education (high school 1st year) visited ID KAIST. Head of department pro...

Professor Carmen Hartmann-Menzel visited ID KAIST

Professor Carmen Hartmann-Menzel from Hochschule fur Gestaltung, Schwabisch Gmund, Germany (www.hfg-gmuend.de) visited ID KAIST to ...

Prof. Kun-Pyo Lee delivered the keynote address at Taiwan Institute of KANSEI

On Dec. 13th, Professor Kun-Pyo Lee delivered the keynote address with the title of “Current States of Research of Emoti...