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Dr. Andrea Bianchi joins the ID KAIST

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Andrea Bianchi joins the ID KAIST as of September 1st, 2015. Andrea was an assistant professor in the department of Computer Science at Sungkyunkwan University (Korea) during 2013-2015. He received his PhD in the Graduate School of Culture Technology from KAIST (Korea) in 2012, his masters in Computer Science from NYU (USA) and his BSc in business administration from Bocconi University (Italy). His research focuses on Human-Computer Interaction, specifically related with tangible interfaces and novel input systems. Andrea is excited to join the ID KAIST family.
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