A senior student Hansol Yoo joined to our lab! He plans to research on Data Mining and Data Visualization. Welcome!
The 10th IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium (PacificVis 2017) was held at Hoam Faculty House, Seoul National University, during April 18 to 21, 2017. Our lab presented a poster with the title of “Insight Provenance in Learning”. The authors: Kuatbek Mukabak,… Continue Reading →
Our research student Juyoung Oh graduated from UNIST on 21 February. She plans to join iVADER lab as a master student from 2017 Spring semester. Congratulations!
A junior student Daehwa Kim joined to our lab! She plans to research on HCI topics. Welcome!
In Fall 2016, our research student Meirambek with his team participated to ACM-ICPC 2016. His team reached to Semifinal and awarded with a Silver Diploma! Congratulations!
Our research student Jihyeon Yang participated in Capstone Design competation at the Ergonomics Society of Korea and won the first place. Congratulations!
Recently, Our research student Chunggi Lee participated in two competitions such as HeXATHON and exhibit of using public data of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy. In both contest, Chunggi Lee won the 3rd prize and the prize of Korea Culture Information Service… Continue Reading →
Our undergraduate research intern Heena Kwag participated to HeXATHON which was held in UNIST on 24-25 of September, 2016. HeXATHON is a programming contest hosted by HeXA (UNIST computer club) and sponsored by NAVER and UNIST ECE. In the competition,… Continue Reading →
October 04, 2016 / 16:00 ~ 17:15 / Venue 104-E104 SPEAKER : JINRYONG KIM ABSTRACT: Haptics is the science and technology of creating and employing touch sensation in human-computer interaction (HCI). It has been a long research issue and is being… Continue Reading →
September 20, 2016 / 16:00 ~ 17:15 SPEAKER : JIYOUN LIM Abstract Recently huge amounts of information from online documents are available. One of the main effort to organize this information for researchers and companies have been investigating the problem… Continue Reading →