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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

 

Seok-Hyung Bae (Ph.D., Assistant Professor), ji-Won Song (M.S., Visiting Professor) Appointed As a N

Seok-Hyung Bae (Ph.D.), the inventor of the ILoveSketch 3D sketching program, was appointed both as an assistant professor at ...

TU Delft Visiting Students Joined ID KAIST

Puck Siemerink, Minyou Rek and Grant Arsenian from the Design for Interaction programme have arrived at KAIST as part of T...

Professor Ki Young Nam’s Invited Lecture in Taiwan

Prof. Ki Young Nam has been invited by two Taiwanese universities (National Taipei University of Technology and Mingchi Un...

Prof. Kim Myung Suk- support IDKAIST with ten million Korean won

Prof. Kim Myung Suk contributed 10,000,000 to IDKAIST for celebrating his great 60 years birthday. His professor job since la...

Prof. Kim Myung Suk - 60th birthday celebration

6th of November was a senior professor, Kim Myung Suk‘s 60th birthday. ID faculty members prepared to appreciate and celebrate...

The chairman Augusto Grillo and SamSung Electronics Design Adviser Jeong visited IDKAIST

On 14th November, Augusto Grillo; the founder and chairman of Italy Design Management Center-Villatosca and SamSung Electronics...

The merged design project school

On 10th of November, the examiner of KIDP (Korea Institute of Design Promotion) and 2 more visited ID department to est...

After Tokyo 100%, 2009

m 30th of October to 3rd of November, Tokyo 100% design festival was on and IDKAIST introduced the phenomenon jobs with...