· Date : 2020-11-26 17:00~18:00
· Speaker : 이재관
· Location : 화상 강의
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KEPCO was to put forward an agenda for reorganizing the electricity price system at the board meeting in August, but the situation was unfavorable due to the spread of COVID-19 and the increased volatility in oil prices.
Not long ago, the government announced its vision for the “Korean version of the Green New Deal”.
“One sepsis patient can be saved for every 20 panels produced by QuantaMatrix. We will target markets in advanced countries with innovative products that differ from the conventional microbial diagnostic products.”
The Korean version of the New Deal to lead the post-pandemic era was announced. The idea is to invest 160 trillion won over five years and to create 1.9 million jobs by promoting the Digital New Deal and Green New Deal.
SNU College of Engineering announced that the joint research team of ECE Prof. Byoungho Lee, Prof. Taek Dong Chung of the dept. of chemistry, and Prof. Ho jung Sun of Kunsan National Univ.’s dept. of material science and engineering developed a display device that uses a nano thin film of tungsten oxide, an electrochromic material.
On July 31st, SNU College of Engineering announced that Professor Namkyoo Park’s research team has developed an innovational technique for designing optical medium that is tolerant to working conditions and process errors and that can be easily altered in optic state.
Sunghyun Choi, Senior Vice President and Head of Advanced Communications Research Center of Samsung Research, has assumed charge of securing leadership in 6G technology for Samsung Electronics.
In March, SNU launched the ‘System Semiconductor Engineering for AI’ combined major. Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix will support the management of the combined major based on the agreement signed with SNU.
Committee Chair Sungroh Yoon(47), who is to lead the 3rd Committee on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, is the world’s leading authority in AI who has been devoted to deep-learning and big data based AI and bioinformatics for over two decades.
Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) announced on the 28th that it selected three centers managed by SNU, POSTECH, and SKKU for the ‘system semiconductor professionals training program’.
SNU will create an 'AI interdisciplinary program (AI 협동과정)' for graduate school. The aim is to nurture core talents in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The course will be launched next semester.
Seoul National University announced on the 24th that it created a ‘System Semiconductor Engineering for AI’ major with Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix last month.
The English semiconductor architecture company ARM, SNU, and KOVA (Korea Venture Business Association) have signed the No. 12 Generous Company (자상한 기업) business contract.
Government-funded research institutes, major companies, and startup companies, and universities are joining hands for the development of ‘AI semiconductors’, which act as the brain for AI infrastructure including data centers and autonomous vehicles.
On April 2nd, President Moon Jae-in presented the certificate of appointment to Sungroh Yoon, Chair of the Committee on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in Cheongwadae Bon-gwan (Main Office Hall).