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The second project, “Design Creatures” of the ID202 Two-dimensional Design course launched the design collection 2014. The exhibition was opened at a Book Cafe of the KAIST Science Library and will last for following 6 weeks. During the exhibition, students’ design works will be displayed and sold. Design Creatues is an ambiguous word addressing both “designing a creature” and…

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Kyungah Choi Ph.D. candidate

Kyungah Choi is now a master of science. Her thesis is entitled “User Preferred White Point Adjustment for Displays under Varying Illumination Chromaticities”. A part of her thesis has already been accepted for a publication on an SCI journal, Optical Engineering. It is an impressive achievement during the short period of master program. Congratulations!

Nooree Na received her Master of Science with a thesis entitled, “Invetigation of the Emotional Characteristics of White for Product Color Design Application”. Also her thesis was awarded with the Best Thesis Award. Congratulations on your all achievements! Nooree’s Master Thesis

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Professor Suk has launched a new course, “Light, Color, and Life (빛, 생명, 그리고 색채)” jointly with professor Chulhee Choi from the Department of Brain and Bio Engineering and professor Yongkeun Park from the Department of Physics. This course was initiated by these three people who had a great interest in light, but in a…

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The KBS Science Cafe[과학카페] team visited CED Lab to consult our expertise on colour and food study. CED Lab carried out a survey to present the taste association from viewing a colour is highly culture dependent. Five cultural groups demonstrated and each explains what were the key references. Professor Suk commented that there is a certain…

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Eunsol Lee is now a master of science with a thesis entitled “The Effect of Hue of Lighting on Affective and Cognitive Response Focused on Relaxation and Attention”. Her thesis was nominated as one of the Best Theses this year. Congratulations!

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Professor Suk received the “Best Thesis Award 2009″ from the Japanese Society of Kansei Engineering. The award winning paper is her article entitled as “Emotional response to simple color stimuli” published in the International Journal of Affective Engineering(formerly, International Journal of Kansei Engineering) and the study was done with her doctoral supervisor, the late Prof.Dr.Hans…

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KAIST CED Lab explores the value of light and color human experiences. Color psychology and keen sense about emotional design are the fundamental roots of its study, and further aim to form a greater convergence with diverse fields. Both quantitative and qualitative measurements allow scientific investigation of human minds as they are exploring light and…

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