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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

 

Dr. Andrea Bianchi joins the ID KAIST

Andrea Bianchi joins the ID KAIST as of September 1st, 2015. Andrea was an assistant professor in the department of Comput...

Microsoft Design Expo 2015: ID & CS Undergraduate Students Designed for People with a Conte...

In the User-Centered Service Design for IT-convergence (ITC201) class, led by Prof. Youn-kyung Lim and Prof. Alice Oh (Sch...

Prof. Youn-kyung Lim is now on the editorial board of the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing

Prof. Youn-kyung Lim joined the editorial board of the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing (JVLC) as an associate editor. T...

Color exhibition of Color Lab at Savina Museum, Seoul

Sung-Wook Ju, a master student of Color Lab(led by Prof. Hyeon-Jeong Suk), displays two of his color works at the Savina Museum. ...

The Mirror or Mirror Exhibition Takes Place at Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul

An exhibition, called “Mirror or Mirror,” displaying the integration of fashion design and technology took place at Dongd...

Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2015

Prof. Sangmin Bae and his team (ID+IM Lab.) have received 3 awards from "Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2015", whi...

Prof. Soo Young Rieh from University of Michigan visited id KAIST

Prof. Soo Young Rieh from University of Michigan visited id KAIST and discussed about graduate students exchange and possible...

Okyu Choi was awarded in the Konica Social Design Award 2015

Okyu Choi, an undergraduate exchange student with Tsukuba University(2014 Fall semester), was awarded in the Konica Social Design ...