Institutional Presentation Statement
This presentation introduces Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) of KAIST to the audience. KAIST, formally the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, is a public research university in Daejeon, Republic of Korea. KAIST, being ranked as number 6 of the world’s most innovative universities by REUTERS in 2016, is a well-respected member of the worldwide science community. As a part of the university, Graduate School of Culture Technology – which is established in 2005 with the support of the Ministry of Culture – aims to foster high-caliber interdisciplinary talents and elevate cultural content business into the world’s future core industry based on cuttingedge science and technology. GSCT has been researching technology for the creation in five terms: Visual content technology, Sound and music technology, Interactive technology, Computational design, and Cultural complexity science. Through the interdisciplinary research, GSCT aims to prosper in analysis cultural phenomena and technological advance on the fields of cultural artefacts and exhibition, art and entertainment, and life.
- Ik-Hwan Kim & Ji-Hyun Lee, GSCT KAIST, Graduate School of Culture Technology, Korea