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Nokia in ID KAIST

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Bella Chu of Nokia USA Branch visited ID KAIST, discussed the possibility to progress a university-industry collaborative research on UX, Virtual Reality, Digital Trend etc. between Nokia Design Center and ID KAIST. In the semester of 2008 Fall, ID KAIST performed a university-industry project named “Only Planet-South Korea” in liaison with digital design graphics class(Professor in charge: Seok Hyun-jeong), and 2 Excellent Work winners(Na Nuri, Park Yong-ki) were invited to Nokia Workshop sponsored in Finland. (Photo: from left; Bella Chu(Nokia), Na Nuri, Seok Hyun-jeong, Park Yong-ki)
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