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.


"People in 20s are reluctant to North Korea and are progressive" | Prof. Wonjae LEE
Published: 2019-04-19 Weekly Dong-A No.1185

Interview - Data Sociologist Prof. Wonjae LEE, KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology

Original(Korean): http://news.donga.com/3/all/20190420/95141251/1



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Awarded Sasada Prize at CAADRIA 2019 | Prof. Ji-Hyun LEE
Prof. Ji-Hyun LEE is awarded Sasada Prize at CAADRIA 2019.

Sasada Prize award recipients: http://caadria.org/man/recipient-s.html





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[Hankook Ilbo - Page 1] "Because the ruling party became PROGRESSIVE WITH VESTED RIGHTS." | Prof. Wonjae LEE
Published: 2019-04-09 Hankook Ilbo - Page 1

Original(Korean): https://www.hankookilbo.com/News/Read/201904081825035152



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[Newsis] KTO-KAIST, signed the science themed experience tour agreement
Published: 2019-04-03 Newsis

Original(Korean): http://www.newsis.com/view/?id=NISX20190403_0000608654&cID=10899&pID=10800

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[CT Colloquium] Apr 09 | Mincheol WHANG (Professor, Sangmyung University)
Date & Time : 2019-04-09 Tue 4:00~5:30 PM
Place : N25 #3229 PAIK Nam June Hall
Title : Issues of recent emotion recognition technology
Speaker : Mincheol WHANG (Professor, Sangmyung University)

※ This majority of this colloquium will be given in Korean.

The colloquium format has been slightly revised, as follows:
* 4:00-5:00 PM ...
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