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Taesoo Kim, a junior who majors in industrial design in KAIST, presented a poster about his individual study(Advisor : Hyeon-Jeong Suk) entitled, “Effects on how turbidity of drinks influence recognizing sense of taste by visual” on the 2016 Spring Conference of Korea Society for Emotion and Sensibility held in Incheon, Korea. This study research about the drink’s taste according to changes in the turbidity of drinks. His presentation was awarded with the best poster presentation. *The Individual Study is a course held in KAIST where undergraduates, attend laboratories and research any topic of their choice.
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Invited as an Editorial Board Member of Human-Computer Interaction Journal

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ID KAIST professors invited as the organizing members of DIS 2018

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Myung Jin Kim won the Excellent award for the spring 2017 URP project

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