Associate Professor - Lab director
I am a maker interested in creating tools to help other makers better building prototypes or learning new technical skills. I am specifically interested in tools for electronics and physical computing, fabrication, and mechanical systems for body augmentation. I also develop tangible and wearable interfaces for enhancing and altering sensory perception and input capabilities, such as haptic controllers and smart-wearables.
Andrea Bianchi (Korean: 안두리) received his Ph.D. from KAIST in 2012, his Master’s in Computer Science from NYU and his Laurea (BSc+MS) in business administration from Bocconi University. Before joining KAIST, he worked at Sungkyunkwan University as a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science, and as a video game programmer for a New York startup after earning his Master’s degree. Andrea has an Erdős number of 3 and collects eyeglasses.
Program committee and editor
ID311 - Software Prototyping
ID220 - Interaction Prototyping
ID307 - Interface Design