KI for Health Science and Technology (KIHST) is a field that puts in effort to foster a future growth industry along with Information Technology. Though several departments at KAIST have worked on state-of-the-art Health Science Technology and advances in research skills, those efforts were not enough to create novel value or propose a vision to explore new markets. KIHST aims to provide a new platform with the vision of 1. Platform for the future medical market, 2. KAIST's multidisciplinary environment, and 3. Intermediate Medical Engineering....read more
In 2006, the KAIST Institute for the NanoCentury (KINC) was established as a research institute affiliated with the KAIST Institute in order to intensify research related to nano science and technology sporadically conducted by various departments within KAIST, and to activate collaborative research as well. Collaborative/interdisciplinary research in the field of nano-science and nanotechnology is desperately needed as it requires different experts to maximize the research capacity and to adopt fast moving trends of nanotechnology. Accordingly, the Nano Convergence Research Institute aims to grow into a world-class research center leading the creation of new value and technological innovation by establishing an optimized collaborative research system and maximizing nano research results....read more
KI Robotics consists of eight research labs. Each group pursues robot intelligence in various aspects covering humanoids, artificial intelligence, telerobotics, flight, autonomous car control, marine robotics, urban robotics, unmanned vehicles, and robot perception....read more
KAIST Fourth Industrial Revolution Intelligence Center (FIRIC) was established in July 2017 with the aim of leading global research and policy collaboration on technological and socioeconomic impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution....read more
The KI for Artificial Intelligence (KIAI) started as the 6th KI on May 16th, 2017.
Artificial intelligence is regarded as the most-important enabling technology for the 4th Industrial Revolution. The establishment of KIAI, with 66 faculty members from 18 Departments/Schools will help KAIST to continue its leading role in this important multi-disciplinary technology....read more
KAIST Institutes (KIs) were established in 2006 with the purpose of improving the state of the world through science, engineering, and technology under the vision of open innovation, interdisciplinary and integrated research, and creation through consilience....read more