13th International Conference on

New Interfaces for
Musical Expression

May 27-30, 2013 | Daejeon + Seoul, Korea Republic



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KI Building (E4)

Located at the center of the campus, the Kaist Institute (KI) building is home to various interdisciplinary research activities at KAIST. In addition to a large lecture hall for paper sessions, coffee shops and exhibitions are available in the lobby area.
  • website
  • paper sessions: Fusion Hall (1st floor)

KAIST Auditorium (E15)

KAIST Auditorium building has a 700-seat theater for evening concerts, as well as smaller rooms for selected poster/demo/installations. Also, the conference banquet will be held in this building.
  • evening concerts: main theater
  • posters/demos/installations: reception rooms (1st floor)
  • banquet: reception room 1


N25, the main building for GSCT and Industrial Design department, will be the venue for installations and most workshops. Its garden will host the welcome reception on Sunday, May 26.
  • workshops: #3229, #3239, and #3235 (1st floor)
  • welcome reception: garden
  • installations: #3225 (1st floor), #3326, #3323, and #3322 (2nd floor)


Building N2 has another room for workshops. Both N25 and N2 are very close to KAIST Auditorium.
  • workshops: #102 (1st floor)


3 Hall, Daehangno Arts Theater (DAT)

Daehangno Arts Theater (DAT) is one of the most prestigeous arts theaters, operated by Korean Performing Arts Center (HANPAC) and Arts Council Korea (ARKO).
3 Hall, literally meaning the third hall of DAT, is located in the basement of Lock Museum. The theater features a modern and versatile space that works perfect for concerts, and will host the paper sessions and the concerts of the last day of NIME 2013.