kaist logo KAIST Newsletter Vol.1.2020.09.01
Virtual Commencement Ceremony Honors the Class of 2020​ The KAIST community gathered online to celebrate the 2020 graduating class. The blended ceremony conferred their hard-earned degrees on August 28.
Research
Before Eyes Open, They Get Ready to See​ Computational simulations by Professor Se-Bum Paik and his researchers revealed how the functional architectures in the visual cortex can originate without sensory experience during early developmental periods. Before Eyes Open, They Get Ready to See​ 이미지
Microscopy Approach Poised to Offer New Insights into Liver Diseases​ A group of researchers led by Professor Pilhan Kim has developed a new way to visualize the progression of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in mouse models of the disease. Microscopy Approach Poised to Offer New Insights into Liver Diseases​ 이미지
Deep Learning-Based Cough Recognition Model Helps Detect the Location of Coughing Sounds in Real Time​ Deep learning-based cough recognition model developed by Professor Yong-Hwa Park´s research team can serve as a useful medical equipment during epidemics like COVID-19 in public places. Deep Learning-Based Cough Recognition Model Helps Detect the Location of Coughing Sounds in Real Time​ 이미지
Campus/People
Professor Jaehyouk Choi, IT Young Engineer of the Year​ Professor Jaehyouk Choi from the KAIST School of Electrical Engineering won the ‘IT Young Engineer Award’ for 2020. Professor Jaehyouk Choi, IT Young Engineer of the Year​ 이미지
KAIST Technology Value Tops in Commercialization Market​ KAIST’s achievement in annual technology royalties and technology transfers and commercialization were prime examples of accelerating competitiveness in intellectual property through innovative R&D investment. KAIST Technology Value Tops in Commercialization Market​ 이미지
KAIST Receives $57 Million Donation to Enhance Research​ KAIST Development Foundation Chairman Soo-Young Lee made a gift of real estate estimated at approximately $57 million. The largest amount of donation since the opening of KAIST will fund ‘Singularity Professors’. KAIST Receives $57 Million Donation to Enhance Research​ 이미지
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