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Prof. Patrick Olivier at Newcastle University, UK visited ID KAIST and gave us a lunch talk on June 26th.  He talked about Digital Civics; Infrastructuring participatory citizenship. Digital Civics proposes the use of digital technologies in the provision of relational models of public services to support citizen-focused sharing of knowledge, experience and resources. After lunch talk, he visited several labs in our department. Patrick Olivier founded and leads Open Lab, Newcastle University's center for cross-disciplinary research in digital technologies.그림2.jpg

 

Mary Kathryn Thompson appointed as a Concurrent Professor in IDKAIST

Doctor Mary Kathryn Thompson who is an Assistant Prof. in Civil and Environmental Engineering was appointed as a Concurren...

Prof., Kun-pyo Lee visited India Institute of Technology

Professor Kun-pyo Lee had visited lectures in the India Institute of Technology and the Confederation of India Industry f...

Prof. Lim presented research outcome in the 2010 ICC IT Convergence Workshop

In the 2010 ICC IT Convergence Workshop, Prof. Lim presented the research outcome of the project that was supported by th...

Prof. Erik Stolterman visited ID KAIST

Professor Erik Stolterman from the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University in the Bloomington campus in US...

Prof. Myung-Seok Kim won KAIST achievement award.

Professor Myung-Seok Kim won KAIST achievement award on 39th anniversary of the KAIST foundation. He has greatly contributed...

Prof. Kerstin Rose visited ID KAIST

Professor Kerstin Rose (University of Kaiserslautern, Germany) ran a seminar and carried out collaborative research while she vi...

Prof. Hyunjeong Kim received the -Award for Outstanding Project Adviser

On February 4th, 2010, professor Hyunjeong Kim received the -Award for Outstanding Project Adviser-, Seungwoo Meang and Jinyun...

Prof. KunPyo Lee’s invited lecture in Japan

Prof. KunPyo Lee has been invited to give a lecture and participate in panel discussion by Chiba Institute of Technology, ...