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Dr. Jeong Min Kim joins to ID KAIST

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Prof. Jeong Min Kim, an alumnus of ID KAIST (Undergraduate 97’), joins to ID KAIST as a Research Professor of BK21 plus(Design 3.0 Research Unit: Big, Deep, Open) as of October 1st, 2013. Prof. Jeong Min Kim earned his doctoral degree in Design Science from Chiba University in Japan and master's degree in Industrial Design Engineering at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Prof. Jeong Min Kim’s area of study is Ergonomic Evaluation and Product Design. He is interested in experiment based touch user interface performance evaluation.
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