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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

 

Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae and His Students Won Best Paper Award at ACM CHI 2018

Yongkwan Kim, Sang-Gyun An, Joon Hyub Lee, and Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae won the Best Paper Award at ACM CHI 2018. This confe...

Color lab’s outreach service of colorimetry and statistics

Since the AIC2017, the international color conference, Color lab has participated in color conferences not only with ac...

2018 IDKAIST Graduate Admission Information Session

ID KAIST held the 2018 Graduate Admission Information Session on March 29 at Woonbum Hal, Indurial Design Building. Prof. ...

2018 ID Cherry Blossom Party

ID KAIST held this year's Cherry Blossom Party on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. More than 100 members of ID KAIST come and en...

The video of K2 winter school 2018 transfabrication

The video of K2 winter school 2018 “transfabrication” is out. In this exciting K2 fab studio “transfabrication” with KA...

2018 ID Commencement

The ID department held a commencement ceremony and faculty, staff, students, and families congratulated the graduates on February ...

Anthony Wilson wins URP grand prix.

Anthony Wilson, undergraduate student of industrial design KAIST, advised by Prof. Daniel Saakes and TA Joongi Shin, receive...

Prof. Sangmin Bae has been on the list of KAIST’s Top 10 Research Achievements of 2017

Prof. Sangmin Bae has been on the the list of KAIST Top 10 Research Achievements of 2017 with the project " HUMIC...