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On Sept. 3rd, Robert Probst, Dean of School of Design at University of Cincinnati (UC) and Soo-shin Choi, Head of Industrial Design Department at UC visited ID KAIST to discuss collaborative exchange program and laid groundwork for the continuous interchange. University of Cincinnati is the originator of the co-operative education (co-op) model. The program generally consists of alternating periods of coursework on campus and outside work at a host firm, giving students over one year of relevant work experience by the time they graduate. Collaboration with strong research of ID KAIST and practical talent of UC is expected to create a lot of synergy in future cooperation.
Prof. Chung, Kyung-won was appointed to Deputy Commissioner of Seoul Design

Prof. Chung, Kyung-won was appointed to Deputy Commissioner of Seoul Design Headquarters on May 29th 2009. Seoul Design Headquar...

Sungjoon Kim, the best award from iF communication design award 2009 and two silver awards from IDEA

Sungjoon Kim (Undergraduate senior of idKAIST, advisor: Prof. Kyung-Won Chung) and his team members from Samsung Design Membership ...

Visitors from LG Electronics

Yoo Inkyung, head of LG Electronics Technology Institute and few more visitors(Kang Minsuk, Shim Jeahee, and Ahn Junghee) from ...

2009 Best paper award went to ID KAIST

A paper of graduate students Howon Son, and Dami Choe and professor Hyeon-Jeong Suk received the Best Paper Award at the ...

id KAIST at International Design Workshop & Competition

ofessor Lee Gunpyo made opening keynote speech for International Design Workshop at National Chengkung University in Tainan, ...

id KAIST Teacher's Day Celebration

id KAIST had the Teacher's Day Celebration at the 1st floor lobby on May 17th noon. Teacher's Day Celebration have been...

The professor Blair Kuys at SUT, Australia visited idKAIST

Professor Blair Kuys at Swinburne University of Technology paid a visit to discuss the collaboration between KAIST ID and ...

Design Resource Center Now Open

This is an announcement that, what was previously know as the BK21 office(room 329) has now been opened to idKAIST students...