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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

 

IDKAIST Spring Seminar ? Mitsuru Inaba

On April 21, the third IDKAIST ‘Catch the Future 2008’ Seminar lecturer was Mitsuru Inaba from Japan. He had worked as a ...

ID KAIST 2008 Cherry Blossom Party

The annually held Cherry Blossom party of the Industrial Design department took place on April 15, 4 P.M at the field in ...

Eun Vit Chung received the 1st ‘BK21 Young Brain’ award

Eun Vit Chung in her Master course (supervised by Prof. Sang Min Bae) received the 1st ‘BK21 Young Brain’ award sponsored ...

Kang Heui Cha, an executive director of LG Electronics Design Center, visited IDKAIST

On April 4th, Kang Heui Cha, an executive director of LG Electronics Design Center, visited IDKAIST to talk over studen...

Professor Kyung-won Chung donates for the development of IDKAIST

On April 1, 2008, Professor Kyung-won Chung from the industrial design department of KAIST generously donated a handsome amoun...

PES design Lab. won 2nd prize at the ACM/IEEE International HRI Student Design Competition

On March 15th, ID KAIST students Sonya S. Kwak, Jinyung Jung, Min Joong Kim, Bomi Kim, Ryoung Kim (supervised by Professor Myu...

IDKAIST Spring Seminar - Tom Barker

On March 18, the second IDKAIST ‘Catch the Future 2008’ Seminar lecturer was Professor Tom Barker from Royal College of A...

Fundraising and Donations

IDKAIST undergraduate student Sung-jin Kim opened 4 accounts for the fundraising with a slogan of “a cup of tea with the jun...