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Prof. Eun Yu at Seoil University visited ID KAIST and gave us a lunch talk on August 7th.  She talked about “Understanding Service Design Practices and Contributions to New Service Development.” Prof. Yu briefly introduced overview of service design theories and practices today. She has studied Service Design at Lancaster University, UK and finished her PhD in 2016. She is currently assistant professor at Digital Design, Seoil University.

 

IDKAIST 1st Ph.D Sanghun Jung won Literary Award from KANSEI Engineering

Sanghun Jung (38, KAIST ID, Ph.D #1, advisor Kun-Pyo Lee) has posted his synopsis of doctorate thesis on the KANSEI Engin...

School of Design at University of Cincinnati visit IDKAIST

On Sept. 3rd, Robert Probst, Dean of School of Design at University of Cincinnati (UC) and Soo-shin Choi, Head of In...

IDKAIST students won First & Second prize from KAIST URP outcome presentations.

On August 29th, student teams lead by ID KAIST won First Prize and Second Prize from 2008 Spring semester URP Program out...

Prof. Kun-Pyo Lee,“User-Centered Design for Innovation”workshop in New Zealand

Professor Kun-Pyo Lee carried out the workshop for “User-Centered Design for Innovation” at Victoria University in Wellin...

IDKAIST @ Jumpstart to Design Research

Jumpstart to Design Research Workshop was held in Delft from the 4th of August to the 8th of August, 2008. The workshop was a...

Prof. Bae (ID+IM Design Lab.), the Silver Award prize winner of the World Renowned IDEA 2008

Professor Bae and his team members (ID+IM) have exhibited Nanum MP3 Player on the "2008 IDEA Contest". They have...

IDKAIST hosted International Symposium for Emotion and Sensibility 2008

Organized by the Korean Society for Emotion and Sensibility (president: Professor Kun-Pyo Lee), International Symposium for ...

Prof. Kun-Pyo Lee addressed the keynote speech at 2008 Reinventing with Design Seminar

Professor Kun-Pyo Lee addressed the keynote speech with the title of “Human-Centered Design for Future Mobile Device Design...