Graduate School of Culture Technology was established in 2005 under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It aims to promote the domestic cultural content business as future nation core key industries through fostering interdisciplinary top-level human resources based on cutting-edge technology with grafting cultural arts and sociology.


International Seminar on Digital Documentation of Cultural Heritage | Prof. AHN Jaehong
KAIST GSCT Digital Heritage Lab (Advisor: Prof. AHN Jaehong) and UNESCO ICHCAP held "International Seminar: Digital Documentation as One of the Imperative Tools for Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage" at the National Museum of Korea on July 20.

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CIPA Heritage Documentation Summer School | Prof. AHN Jaehong
The ICOMOS CIPA 6th Heritage Documentation Summer School, co-organized by KAIST GSCT Digital Heritage Lab (Advisor: Prof. AHN Jaehong) and ICOMOS CIPA Heritage Documentation, was held in Gyeongju for the first time in non-European countries from July 14th to 19th.

Website: https://www.cipaheritagedocumentation.org/6th_cipa_summer_school/

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[Chungcheong Biz] "Convergence research is human-centered research!" | Prof. LEE Ji-Hyun
[Chungcheong Biz] 2019-07-23
Original article in Korean: http://www.cbiz.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=16794

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Demonstrated AI Pianist at AI Festival | JEONG Dasaem, PhD student
JEONG Dasaem, PhD student (advised by NAM Juhan) demonstrated 'VirtuosoNet: AI pianist' at the '2019 AI Festival' held at KAIST Munji Campus on July 6.

Related article (Korean): http://hellodd.com/?md=news&mt=view&pid=68977



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