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Young investigators Forum in CT​
View : 9391 Date : 2006-11-08 Writer : ed_news

Young investigators Forum in CT

 

The College of Culture Technology invited 13 young investigators acting in the field of Culture Technology around the world and held ‘Young investigators Forum in CT’ at KAIST Creative Learning B/D on October 30 to 31. 

Aiming to share research performances in the field of Culture Technology and grope for future research directions, the forum progressed throughout total four sessions. The forum participants with various nationalities made presentations with the topics of ▲ computer music ▲ communication methodology for natives using mobile phones ▲ cultural and social Ecology of classic music ▲ robotic music suing wearable computing and exchanged cultures of each nation. 

Ph.D. Bill Buxton, senior researcher of Microsoft and world’s great scholar in the field of Culture Technology, said at his keynote lecture, “The topic we will share today is about researches and a process of asking and answering itself. The reason that we can say ourselves smart is not that we are really smart, but that we can gather smart things.” 

The forum provided future visions to students who are interested in cultural industries based on modern digital media as well as persons with Culture Technology degrees.

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