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Prof. Annemiek van Boeijen visited ID KAIST

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Professor Annemiek van Boeijen from Industiral Design Engineering at TU Delft in Nederland Business visited us on 28th, June. She had a lunch talk for the faculty members which gives overview of TU Delft design program and courses and her research interests, understanding local context of poor users and design for the third world. Prof. Annemiek and ID KAIST faculty members also discussed about exchange program between the two universities.
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