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Prof. Xing Dong Yang from Department of Science, Dartmouth College, US gave us a lunch talk on July 11st.  He talked about novel interaction techniques and novel augmentations for mobile and wearable devices. He is particularly interested in understanding user needs and limitations, and creating new technologies that make interactions between mobile and humans easy and natural.

He also has stayed at ID KAIST collaborating with Prof. Andrea Bianchi for 3 weeks in July as a visiting scholar그림2.jpg

 

Prof. Tek-Jin Nam attended International Conference on Technology and Design (ICTD2019)

Prof. Tek-Jin Nam attended International Conference on Technology and Design (ICTD2019) from April 25 to April 26, 2019, ...

Inha Cha selected as recipient of Kwanjeong Scholarship

Inha Cha was selected as a recipient of the Kwanjeong Scholarships for 2019-2020. She will be supported by the Kwanjeong Educ...

Lunch Talk with Prof. EunSook Kwon from University of Houston

Prof. EunSook Kwon, a professor and director of Industrial Design program at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture an...

IDKAIST Research results and CIxD Lab introduction were published as cover stories in a promotion...

ID KAIST research results and CIxD Lab introduction were published as cover stories in Kainuri, a promotional magazine for ...

Hanjong Kim received BK21 Plus Excellent Researcher Award from Minister of Education

Hanjong Kim (Advisor of Prof. Tek-jin Nam) received BK21 Plus Excellent Researcher Award from the Minister of Education on...

2019 IDKAIST Commencement

The ID department held a commencement ceremony and faculty, staff, students, and families congratulated the graduates on February ...

Prof. Andrea Bianchi's team featured in ACM Interactions magazine

Wind-Blaster, a project presented at Siggraph 2018 E-Tech by Prof. Andrea Bianchi and his research team, has been featured i...

Lunch Talk with Prof. Kyuha Shim from CMU

Prof. Kyuha Shim, assistant professor of Carnegie Mellon School of Design, visited IDKAIST to give a lunch talk on 8th Jan ...