Service Design Workshop 2018: based on LEAN principles, Feb 5, 8, 10(Mon,Thu, Sat)
[특별세미나] 송민호 박사 (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet). 2/6(화) 오후1시
[BK21 Plus 해외석학 초빙 강좌] Gourab Ghoshal (University of Rochester)
첫수 융합포럼 / The First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/12/5] 윤혜진, 미국 노스웨스턴 대학교 교수
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/11/28] 조의석, 영화감독
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/11/07] 이경면, KAIST 인문사회과학부 교수
[강연 영상] 노준용 교수 | 인공지능은 못하지만 인간은 잘 하는 것
[Seminar] Kimmo Kaski, Professor, Aalto University
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/10/31] 감동근, 아주대학교 전기공학과 교수
Service Design Workshop 2018: based on LEAN principles, Feb 5, 8, 10(Mon,Thu, Sat)
2018 서비스 디자인 워크샵에 초대합니다. 여러분의 많은 관심 바랍니다.  
 
본 워크샵은 대만 국립 성공대학(National Cheng Kung University)의 Yu-Hsiu Hung 교수님과 
KAIST 문화기술대학원 이지현 교수님의 지도하에 Lean principles에 대한 이해와 실제 적용을
목적으로 기획되었습니다. 
 
워크샵 기간 중에 실제 리조트를 방문하여 서비스 디자인 업무를 수행하는 이들의
백스테이지를 경험하고 이를 기반으로 서비스 디자인을 학습하는 좋은 기회가 될 것입니다.
 
기간 및 장소
- 2018.2.5.(월), 2.8.(목) - 2.10.(토) / 대전 KAIST 본교 N25 백남준홀(3229호)
- 2018.2.6.(화) - 2.7.(수) / 대명리조트 거제 마리나
 
 
We cordially invite you to Service Design Workshop 2018: based on LEAN principles
 
ㅇPurpose : Understaning and practicing LEAN principles 
 
ㅇWhen/ Where
- 2018.2.5(Mon), 2.8(Thu) - 2.10(Sat) / Paik Nam June Hall at Daejeon KAIST (N25, 3229)
- 2018.2.6(Tue) - 2.7(Wed) / Daemyung Resort Geoje Marina
 
ㅇHost : National Cheng Kung University, KAIST GSCT
 
ㅇOrganizer :  Prof. Ji-hyun Lee (KAIST GSCT)

[특별세미나] 송민호 박사 (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet). 2/6(화) 오후1시
오는 화요일 오후 1시 백남준홀에서 Danmarks Tekniske Universitet에 박사후 연구원으로 계시는 송민호 박사님의 세미나를 개최합니다.
송민호 박사님은 카이스트 문화기술대학원을 2013년 졸업하시고 노르웨이 오슬로 대학의 Musicology 학과 및 덴마크 공대의 전자공학과에서 박사후 연구를 진행해오셨습니다. 
이번 세미나의 주제는 최근 국내에서도 화제가 된 바 있는 EU의 프로젝트, MONICA입니다. 음향제어 기술과 IoT 기술의 접목을 통해 콘서트 장의 소리가 밖으로 새어나가지 못하도록하는 등의 활용을
시도하고 있습니다.
제한된 실험실이나 소형 음향기기등에서만 활용되어왔던 음향제어기술이 실제 문화 행사에 직접적으로 활용되는 사례에 대해, 실제 프로젝트에 참여하시는 박사님의 생생한 경험을 들을수 있는 좋은 기회가 되리라 생각합니다. 
 
장소: N25 문화기술대학원 백남준홀 
시간: 화요일 (2월 6일) 오후 1시 
연사: 송민호 박사 (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet)
제목: The project MONICA – Bringing the Acoustic Contrast Control from lab to real-world
 
관심있는 분들의 많은 참여 부탁드립니다. 
 
 

Seminar information: 
 
TITLE: The project MONICA – Bringing the Acoustic Contrast Control from lab to real-world
 
For last two decades, the theory and implementation methodologies for generating an acoustically bright/dark zone are well established. However, most of the applications are still limited for a well-controlled environment such as an indoor room with at most the size of a movie theater, playing pre-rendered sound content because it is very difficult to obtain sound propagation model or transfer functions in the real world situation.
 
In this presentation, the project MONICA - “Management of Networked IoT Wearables – Very Large Scale Demonstration of Cultural Societal Applications” will be introduced.  This project is a 36-month Innovation Action, co-funded by the European Commission. This is a large-scale demonstration project using new and existing IoT applications for a smart, eco-sound city, involves six major cities in Europe. The project aims to open chances to these cities how can we use IoT technologies and sound control technologies to manage and control the emission of unwanted concert sound noise to the neighboring communities when open-air cultural and sporting events take place in the city.
 
As a main technical partner of the MONICA project, we seek for practical solutions to extend the use of the sound field control technology to a large-scale outdoor environment during live music event being held. We have selected Acoustic Contrast Control technology as the main control algorithm and aim to extend the use of the algorithm on three different limitations, 1) An acoustically large-scale, 2) Concurrent real-time input signal, and 3) Varying acoustic conditions. In this talk, we will focus on the topic about the problems that we are facing currently and how these problems will be approached using new and existing IoT applications combined with acoustic-based solutions.
 
 
[BK21 Plus 해외석학 초빙 강좌] Gourab Ghoshal (University of Rochester)
1. 특강/Special Lecture: 2018-01-09(화/Tue) 13:00~14:30
2. 세미나/Seminar 1: 2018-01-11(목/Thu) 13:00~14:30 
3. 세미나/Seminar 2: 2018-01-16(화/Tue) 13:00~14:30

- 장소/Venue: N25 #3229 백남준홀/PAIK Nam June Hall

Gourab Ghoshal 교수 
현) 미국 로체스터대학교 Physics, Computer Science and Mathematics 학부 
미시간 대학교 물리학 박사 
전) 하버드 대학교 지구 행성 과학, 의과대학 및 노스웨스턴 네트워크 연구단 연구펠로우 
전) MIT 미디어랩 연구펠로우 




1. 특강/Special Lecture: 2018-01-09 (화/Tue) 13:00~14:30

Title: Seeing the world through the lens of networks

Abstract:
Most things in the world are made up of systems of interacting parts, such that their global behavior is greater than the sum of their constituents. Such systems are often referred to as Complex Systems, with their defining features being the fact that they form Complex Networks and that their components interact in a non-linear fashion. Examples of Complex Systems are the human brain, financial markets, social media, urban systems, infrastructural entities such as the internet, knowledge networks like the world wide web and indeed any socio-economic construct. In this lecture, I will focus on the complex networks part of the equation and highlight the advantages and new insights afforded by modeling systems as networks.
The lecture will serve as a gentle introduction to the field of network science and does not assume any prior or detailed technical knowledge.
  
 
2. 세미나/Seminar 1: 2018-01-11 (목/Thu) 13:00~14:30
 
Title: Ranking as a low-dimensional signal of socio-economic processes in complex systems.
 
Abstract:
Consider the thought process behind the purchase of a product, where a potential buyer leverages several inputs (location, social milieu, advertising in media, product literature, social trends as marked by Twitter etc.) and converts this high-dimensional space into a single input: priority. Yet priority is nothing but ranking of an object and therefore serves as a coarse-grained (low-dimensional) metric of myriad processes occurring in socio-economic systems. Indeed,
one might say the world is addicted to ranking: everything from the sales of products to the careers of scientists to the performance of countries in international trade, are driven by measured or perceived differences between them. Yet, little scientific attention is devoted to the dynamical and generative processes that underlie the ranking process. This is understandable as ostensibly the sheer diversity of the systems under consideration make it a rather daunting task to seek any systemic or universal properties.
 
Having said that, in this talk I’ll attempt to do just that. I’ll begin by introducing the concept of ‘’ranking stability” as it relates to eigenvalue algorithms—such as Google’s PageRank—and then move on to the empirical examination of a plethora of temporal datasets that enables us to develop a “phenomenological theory” capturing the dynamics of ranking. Implications and future directions will also be explored.
 
 
3. 세미나/Seminar 2: 2018-01-16 (화/Tue) 13:00~14:30
 
Title: Urban morphology and structural invariants in street networks.
 
Abstract:
Streets networks are the primary facilitators of movement in urban systems, allowing residents to navigate the different functional components of a city. Since navigability is a key ingredient of socioeconomic activity, roads represent one of its most important infrastructural components and a large body of work has elucidated its structural properties. Yet more than the physical layout, it is the sampling of street networks that serves as a true fingerprint of the complex interactions between people, and the flow of goods and services in urban systems, a feature of which there is limited understanding.
 
In this talk, I’ll describe attempts to fill this gap, by describing a systematic mesoscale study of street morphology (shape of sampled routes) through the introduction of a novel metric termed , inness. The inness encapsulates the direction, orientation and length of routes, thus revealing the morphology of connectivity in street networks, including the distribution of implicit socioeconomic forces that may inform routing choices. In particular, this metric enables us to put functions of individual streets in the context of the dynamics of the whole city (Broadway or Fifth avenue in NYC, for instance), linking local structures to large-scale urban organization.
 
The dynamics of a city of course is intricately related to the flow of people and goods and services, a structural measure of which is the betweenness centrality. I’ll show that the global distribution of betweenness is an invariant quantity once one accounts for the proper scale and provide a qualitative analytical description, based on Minimal Spanning Trees embedded in 2D space, to explain this remarkable invariance. Practical implications of this observation as it relates to urban planning will be explored.
첫수 융합포럼 / The First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum
2017-12-06(수/Wed) 12:00~13:00, KI Building(E4) 퓨전홀/Fusion Hall
개최: 문화기술대학원, 나노과학기술대학원
Organized by Graduate School of Culture Technology and Graduate School of Nanoscience & Technology
※ 간단한 식사가 제공됩니다. / Refreshments will be served.
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/12/5] 윤혜진, 미국 노스웨스턴 대학교 교수
2017/12/05  GSCTiCal
일시 : 2017. 12. 5 (화) 16:00~17:30
장소 : GSCT 백남준홀 (N25, #3229)
연사 : 윤혜진, 미국 노스웨스턴 대학교 교수
주제 : Scaling in physics, biology, cities and beyond
 
연사소개:
>> Academic Positions
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA
- Assistant Professor,
- Management & Organizations, Kellogg School of Management
- Core faculty, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems  (NICO)
Royal Society for Arts, London, UK RSA Fellow
- London Mathematical Laboratory, London, UK
- External Fellow
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
- CID Fellow at John F. Kennedy School of Government
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
- Media Lab Visiting Scientist
University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
- Senior Research Fellow at the Mathematical Institute
- James Martin Fellow at Oxford Martin School
Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, NM, USA
- Research Fellow
- Postdoctral Fellow
  Graduate Fellow
 
>> Education
  Ph. D. Physics, KAIST (Daejeon, South Korea)
    - Thesis topic: Quantifying Collective Dynamics and Emergent
    - Behaviors in Complex Systems Advisor: Hawoong Jeong
  M. S. Physics, KAIST (Daejeon, South Korea)
    - Exchange program at Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  B. S. Physics, KAIST (Daejeon, South Korea)    

* 4:00-5:00pm 연사 강연, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A 및 자유토론 (Mandatory)
* CT세미나에 참석하고 싶으신 타과 교수님 또는 학생분들은 언제든지 환영합니다. 
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※ This seminar will be given in English.
 
GSCT Colloquium
Time : 05. Dec. (Tue), 2017, 16:00~17:30
Place : N25, #3229
Speaker : Hyejin Youn
Title : Scaling in physics, biology, cities and beyond

The seminar format has been slightly revised, as follows:
* 4:00-5:00pm Guest Speaker Talk, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A / Discussion (Mandatory)
* Professors and students from other departments are always welcome.

* For further information, please email us at colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr
* If you no longer wish to receive GSCT colloquium information, please send a request to unsubscribe to colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr
 
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/11/28] 조의석, 영화감독
2017/11/28  GSCTiCal
일시 : 2017. 11. 28 (화) 16:00~17:30
장소 : GSCT 백남준홀 (N25, #3229)
연사 : 조의석, 영화감독
주제 : 마스터 X 플랜
 
연사소개:
>> 학력
한국예술종합학교영상원영화과1기 (졸업작품: 환타트로피칼(1999) 연출)

>> 주요작품
1999 - 위 캔 쉐어 어 토일릿, 만수야 그동안 잘 있었느냐?, 앨리스와 사랑에 빠지다, 환타 트로피칼
2000 - 플란다스의 개, 싸이코 드라마
2002 -     일단 뛰어
2006 - 조용한 세상
2013 - 감시자들
2016 - 마스터
 
>> 수상 경력 및 후보 
《일단 뛰어》    제6회 부천국제판타스틱영화제    메이드 인 코리아    출품
《환타 트로피칼》    제4회 미쟝센단편영화제    프로그래머 스펙트럼    출품
《감시자들》    제18회 부산국제영화제    오픈 시네마    출품
제24회 스톡홀름영화제    아시아 이미지    출품
제33회 하와이국제영화제    한국영화 부문    출품
제22회 부일영화상    각본상    후보
제38회 토론토국제영화제    갈라스 부문    출품
제32회 샌프란시스코 국제 아시안 아메리칸 영화제    갈라 프레젠테이션    출품
제13회 뉴욕 아시아 영화제    떠오르는 아시아스타상    수상
제50회 백상예술대상    영화감독상    후보
제9회 런던한국영화제    K-포커스    출품
제32회 브뤼셀 판타스틱 영화제    오피셜 셀렉션    출품, 스릴러 상    후보
제15회 뉴포트비치 영화제    스포트라이트    출품
제16회 우디네 극동영화제    한국영화    출품
제29회 산타바바라 국제영화제    국제경쟁    후보
 
* 4:00-5:00pm 연사 강연, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A 및 자유토론 (Mandatory)
* CT세미나에 참석하고 싶으신 타과 교수님 또는 학생분들은 언제든지 환영합니다. 
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※ This seminar will be given in English.

GSCT Colloquium
Time : 28. Nov. (Tue), 2017, 16:00~17:30
Place : N25, #3229
Speaker : Jo Euiseok
Title : Master X Plan

The seminar format has been slightly revised, as follows:
* 4:00-5:00pm Guest Speaker Talk, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A / Discussion (Mandatory)
* Professors and students from other departments are always welcome.

* For further information, please email us at colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr
* If you no longer wish to receive GSCT colloquium information, please send a request to unsubscribe to colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr

 
[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/11/07] 이경면, KAIST 인문사회과학부 교수
2017/11/07  GSCTiCal

일시 : 2017. 11. 7. (화) 16:00~17:30
장소 : GSCT 백남준홀 (N25, #3229)
연사 : 이경면, KAIST 인문사회과학부 교수
주제 : 음악 인지 과학

연사소개:
>> 학력
  서울대학교 작곡과 이론 전공 학사 (1998)
  서울대학교 작곡과 이론 전공 석사 (2002)
  서울대학교 심리학과 학사 (2004)
  Ph.D in Music Cognition, Northwestern University (2011)
>>약력
  KAIST 인문사회과학부 조교수 (2016-현재)
  서울대학교 융합과학기술대학원 BK조교수 (2014-2015)
  서울대학교 서양음악연구소 특임연구원 (2012-2013)
>> 학계 활동
  한국음악지각인지학회 회장 (2015-현재)
  Asia-pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music 회장 (2016-현재)
  Executive Committee for the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (2016-현재) 
  Editorial Board, Journal of Audiology & Otology (2015-현재)

* 4:00-5:00pm 연사 강연, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A 및 자유토론 (Mandatory)
* CT세미나에 참석하고 싶으신 타과 교수님 또는 학생분들은 언제든지 환영합니다. 
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※ This seminar will be given in English.

GSCT Colloquium

Time : 7. Nov. (Tue), 2017, 16:00~17:30
Place : N25, #3229
Speaker : Kyung Myun Lee
Title : Cognitive Science of Music

The seminar format has been slightly revised, as follows:
* 4:00-5:00pm Guest Speaker Talk, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A / Discussion (Mandatory)
* Professors and students from other departments are always welcome.

* For further information, please email us at colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr
* If you no longer wish to receive GSCT colloquium information, please send a request to unsubscribe to colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr

[강연 영상] 노준용 교수 | 인공지능은 못하지만 인간은 잘 하는 것

세상을 바꾸는 시간, 15분 (세바시) - 829회 (2017.10.27.)

영상 주소: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtgL0qWp1lQ

강연 정보: http://www.sebasi.co.kr/offline/offlineView?&seq=81

[Seminar] Kimmo Kaski, Professor, Aalto University

11월 1일 수요일 오후 1:30~2:20, N2 #102 (윤이상홀)
Wednesday 1 November, 1:30-2:30 pm, N2 #102

제목/Title: Circadian rhythms of urban people – are we like fruit flies?

초록/Abstract: All living organisms, including humans, have internal biological or circadian clock that helps them anticipate and adapt to the regular rhythm of the day. The timings of human activities are marked by circadian clocks which in turn are entrained to different environmental signals. In an urban environment, the presence of artificial lighting and various social cues tend to disrupt the natural entrainment with the sunlight. However, it is not completely understood to what extent this is the case. Here we exploit the large-scale data analysis techniques to study the mobile phone calling activity of people in large cities to infer the dynamics of urban daily rhythms. From the calling patterns of about 1,000,000 users spread over different cities but lying inside the same time-zone, we show that the onset and termination of the calling activity synchronizes with the east-west progression of the sun. We also find that the onset and termination of the calling activity of users follows yearly dynamics, varying across seasons, and that its timings are entrained to solar midnight. Furthermore, we show that the average mid-sleep time of people living in urban areas depends on the age and gender of each cohort, most likely as a result of biological and social factors.

연사/Speaker: Kimmo Kaski (Professor at Aalto University, Supernumerary Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford)

[GSCT 콜로퀴움, 2017/10/31] 감동근, 아주대학교 전기공학과 교수
2017/10/31  GSCTiCal

알파고와 인공지능

 
일시 : 2017. 10. 31 (화) 16:00~17:30
장소 : GSCT 백남준홀 (N25, #3229)
연사 : 감동근, 아주대학교 전기공학과 교수
주제 : 알파고와 인공지능
 
** 사전학습자료:
아래 링크는 알파고를 예로 들어 인공지능(딥러닝)의 원리를 설명한 강연 영상(강연 80분, 질의응답 30분, 총 4편으로 나눠져 있음)입니다. 
본 강연에서 인공지능 시대를 어떻게 준비할 지에 대해서 의미 있는 논의가 진행되려면 인공지능의 원리를 이해하는 것이 꼭 필요합니다.
http://tv.naver.com/v/1703890
 
연사소개:
> 소속:  
아주대학교 ​(부교수)
> 학력사항  
한국과학기술원 박사 (2006.08)
한국과학기술원 석사 (2002.08)
한국과학기술원 학사 (2000.08)
> 경력사항
2007-2011: ​Research ​Staff ​Member; ​IBM ​T. ​J. ​Watson ​Research ​Center, ​Yorktown ​Heights, ​NY 
2006-2007: ​Member ​of ​Technical ​Staff; ​Silicon ​Image, ​Sunnyvale, ​CA 
- ​Senior ​Member, ​IEEE 
- ​Associate ​Editor, ​IEEE ​T-CPMT 
- ​Guest ​Editor, ​INT ​J ​ANTENN ​PROPAG, ​Special ​Issue ​on ​RFI ​(to ​be ​published ​in ​June ​2015) 
- ​Organizing ​Committee ​Chair, ​EDAPS ​2015 
- ​Guest ​Editor, ​IEEE ​T-CPMT, ​Special ​Issue ​on ​TSV ​(published ​in ​Feb. ​2011) 
- ​Technical ​Program ​Committee, ​ISQED, ​2007-2012 
- 한국전자파학회 고속 인터커넥트 및 패키징 연구회 위원장 
- 한국전자파학회 ​EMC 기술 연구회 위원
> 연구분야
- ​System-level ​signal ​integrity ​in ​high-speed ​links 
- ​EMI/EMC 
- ​Antennas ​and ​packages ​for ​millimeter-wave ​communication, ​radar, ​and ​imaging ​systems 
- 기타:
 2013: ​IEEE ​CPMT ​Society, ​Outstanding ​Young ​Engineer ​Award
 2011: ​IBM ​Research, ​Pat ​Goldberg ​Memorial ​Best ​Paper ​Award 2011: ​IBM, ​1st ​Plateau ​Invention ​Achievement ​Award
 2008: ​IEC, ​DesignCon ​Paper ​Award
 
* 4:00-5:00pm 연사 강연, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A 및 자유토론 (Mandatory)
* CT세미나에 참석하고 싶으신 타과 교수님 또는 학생분들은 언제든지 환영합니다. 
 
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※ This seminar will be given in English.
 
GSCT Colloquium
 
Time : 31. Oct. (Tue), 2017, 16:00~17:30
Place : N25, #3229
Speaker : Dong Kun Kam
Title : Alpha-Go and Artificial Intelligence

The seminar format has been slightly revised, as follows:
* 4:00-5:00pm Guest Speaker Talk, 5:00-5:30pm Q&A / Discussion (Mandatory)
* Professors and students from other departments are always welcome.

* For further information, please email us at colloquium@ct.kaist.ac.kr
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