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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

 

Design 3.0 Unit: Big, Deep, Open

Our BK21+ unit was awarded for the excellence and outstanding performance from National Research Fund at EL Tower, Yang-jae, ...

Delegation from IIT(Illinois Institute of Technology) headed by Prof. Alan W. Cramb, President of ...

Delegation from IIT(Illinois Institute of Technology) headed by Prof. Alan W. Cramb, President of IIT, visited the Industr...

The research of Kyungah Choi and Prof. Hyeon-Jeong Suk reported in the press

The Huffington Post (Apr 29, 2016) released an interview with Kyungah Choi and Prof. Hyeon-Jeong Suk (Color Lab) about their...

BEST poster presentation award on the 2016 Spring Conference of Korea Society for Emotion and ...

Taesoo Kim, a junior who majors in industrial design in KAIST, presented a poster about his individual study(Advisor : Hyeon-Je...

2016 Cherry Blossom Party

ID KAIST held this year's Cherry Blossom Party on Tuesday, April 5, 2016. More than 100 members of ID KAIST come and en...

A well-known design management expert, Alan Topalian with our Emeritus Professor Kyung-Won Chung publis...

A design management / business case study “Developing Design Leaders: issues arising out of Professor Kyung-Won Chung’s career” i...

Professors from Design School of Kyushu University visited ID KAIST to discuss for collaboration.

Three delegates from Design school of Kyushu University visited ID KAIST to discuss for future collaboration on March 23, 201...

Eunsol Byun and Tetiana Parshakova received the URP prize

Eunsol Byun advised by Prof. Woohun Lee, is a 4th year undergraduate in the ID Dept. She received the URP grand prize f...