Young-Gyun Park, Ph.D.
YG received his B.S. from KAIST in 2006 and his Ph.D from KAIST in 2011. He completed postdoctoral training at KAIST, Friedrich-Miescher Institute (Switzerland), and MIT.
Outside of the lab, he loves to spend time with his kids. He also tries to find time for swimming and movie watching.
Veronika is a Master student at KAIST Department of Bio and Brain Engineering. She graduated with B.S. degree from Tampere University in 2020 with major in Physics. She strives to create a healthier world by exploring the unknown corners of the human brain and developing novel techniques for disease prevention and treatment.
In her free time, she is most likely found spending time with her friends or doing yoga.
Kristina is a 2nd-year undergraduate student at the KAIST School of Computing. She is fascinated by how much about the way the brain works is yet to be understood, as well as the interplay between AI and neuroscience. She believes that the algorithms’ ability to recognize patterns in complex data can grant us great insights into neuroscience, and, conversely, a better understanding of the brain and intelligence will lead to improved AI design.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, learning languages, and hiking.
Yongtae is a 3rd-year undergraduate student at the KAIST Department of Bio and Brain Engineering. He has a lot of interest in neuroscience knowledge, and his academic goal is to find biological discoveries that help many people.
Besides studying, he enjoys taking photographs outside and reading Korean poetry.
Wonjin is a 4th year undergraduate student at the UNIST Department of Biological Sciences. He is eager to gather knowledge from various fields of neuroscience, and understand the human mind in the long run. His goal is to develop neuroscientific tools to help mankind transcend their own limits. Besides doing science, he is interested in providing good care for his reptilian pets.
Isabel is a 4th year undergraduate student at the KAIST Department of Biological Sciences. She loves everything neuroscience, and hopes to use her knowledge and research in the field to help people with neurological disorders.
Aside from neuroscience, she also loves spending time with family and friends, reading, writing, and swimming!
Ipsita is a 2nd year undergraduate student at the KAIST Department of Bio and Brain Engineering. She is excited about the limitless possibilities of research in Neuroscience and hopes to find more effective treatments for people with psychological disorders.
When she isn’t exploring the wonders of Neuroscience, she likes going on long bike rides, writing and painting.
Hana is working in the laboratory in administrative affairs.
She is working and run a studying at the same time to prepare for her doctoral degree.
She likes to go camping when she is resting and tries to spend time with the people around her.