Seok-Hyung Bae (Ph.D.), the inventor of the ILoveSketch 3D sketching program, was appointed both as an assistant professor at the Department of Industrial Design, KAIST, and as an concurrent professor at KAIST Institute for Information Technology Convergence on February 1, 2010. Prof. Seok-Hyung Bae received his B.S. and M.S. from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, KAIST, and his Ph.D. from the Department of Industrial Engineering, KAIST, in the field of NURBS surface modeling. He has researched computer-aided styling (CAS in both academia and industry, including the Virtual Reality Research Center (VRRC, KAIST), the Virtual System Laboratory (VSL, Gifu University), the Dynamic Graphics Project lab (dgp, University of Toronto), and DaimlerChrysler Product Design Office (PDO). His main research interest is to develop digital design applications and interaction techniques that help design professionals' everyday activities by combining 3D geometric modeling and computer graphics with human-computer interaction (HCI). He opens a course this semester - CAD & 3D Modeling (ID309). Prof. Ji-Won Song, who was appointed as a visiting professor at the BK21 Design Research Unit, is an alumnus of ID KAIST (Undergraduate 91’). She had worked for Samsung SDS (Interface designer), and Inje University (Research Professor). She finished her M.S. at ID KAIST and Georgia Institute of Technology, US and she is currently PhD Design Research student at Brunel University, UK. Her research interest is focusing on interaction design, user experience design, and design research methodology. She will co-lecture Two-Dimensional Design (ID211) with Prof. Suk this semester. She also is in charge of International exchange and the department supports of ID KAIST.