Research of
Human–Computer Interaction at Scale

The KAIST Interaction Lab (KIXLAB) is a human-computer interaction research group in the School of Computing at KAIST. We build interactive systems that support interaction at scale. We often take an interdisciplinary approach to our research, by connecting computer science with learning science and social science, and aim to deploy our systems to real users.
Keywords: crowdsourcing, human computation, interactive data analysis, online education, civic engagement, information discovery.

Recent projects

Mining and Analyzing Diverse Processes in Cooking Recipes

Language Learning Interface for Development of Pragmatic Competence through Learnersourcing Video Annotation

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Building data-driven personas in smart space by analyzing interactions at scale

Latest news

Summer 2017 Undergraduate Research Internship

We are looking for a few undergraduate research interns to join KIXLAB this summer. You can find the details on Prof. Juho Kim’s website.

New lab members

We are happy to welcome new members to our lab. Eunyoung Ko, Jonghyuk Jung, Hyungwoo Kim and Hyunwoo Kim are joining our team.

CS374 Intro to HCI started

This semester, a new course is being offered by Prof. Juho Kim from KIXLAB, Intro to HCI (CS374). Information about the class can be found on the course website.

New publications

We’ve started the year with a number of publications accepted to CHI, CSCW and other venues. You can find our latest contributions on our new publications page.

Spring 2017 Undergraduate Research Internship

We are looking for a few undergraduate research interns to join KIXLAB this spring. You can find the details on Prof. Juho Kim’s website.

CS492 Crowdsourcing course finished

In Fall 2016, Prof. Juho Kim from KIXLAB taught CS492: Crowdsourcing. Information about the class and students project gallery can be found on the course website.

KIXLAB Open!

The new KAIST Interaction Lab has officially opened. We are kicking off with one Ph.D. student and five summer undergrad interns.