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Mr. Jae-yop Kim, an interaction designer currently working at Microsoft Corporation, Seattle, US visited ID KAIST and gave a Lunch Talk on 14th of May. He talked about broad issues on relationship between human and technology based upon his multi-disciplinary experiences. He has BFA on Communication Design at Parsons, New York and Master on Interaction Design at Royal College of Art, London. As a designer, he is actively participating at Helsinki Design week, London Design Week and MoMA, New York. Now he is working at Virtual Assistant Coltana Team, AI & Research Group at Microsoft Corporation in Seattle.

Professor Tek-jin Nam Elected to DSR Int’l Advisory Council​

<Professor Tek-jin Nam> <Design Research Society Logo> Professor Tek-jin Nam from the Department of Industrial Desi...

Prof. Hyeon-Jeong Suk’s article listed in top 100 Scientific Reports neuroscience papers in 2019

A research article by Dr. Kyungah Choi, Taesu Kim, and Prof. Hyeon-Jeong Suk is listed in one of the top 100 downloaded n...

The First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum

(Prof. Ki-Young Nam from IDKAIST at the First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum) The First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum co...

[Visit] US Office of Naval Research Global

Dr. Patricia Gruber and Capt. Mathew Farr from the US Office of Naval Research Global visited ID KAIST on October 8, 2...

[Visit] Head of Department of Design at Drexel University

(from left: Dr. Chi-won Ahn from National Nanofab Center, Dr. Ann Gerondelis from Drexel University and HoD Tek-Jin N...

Lunch Talk with Prof. Bora Shin from ArtCenter College of Design

Bora Shin, adjunct professor in Graphic Design in ArtCenter College of Design, visited IDKAIST to give a lunch talk on ...

Lunch Talk with Graphic Designer Deborah Kim

Deborah Kim, a Graphic designer, visited IDKAIST to give a lunch talk on 2nd July 2019. The title was "With Basic Bey...

Dr. Yongkwan Kim presented 3D sketching performance at BK21's 20th anniversary event

On June 28 (Fri), Dr. Yongkwan Kim from the Department of Industrial Design presented a 3D sketching performance at the ope...