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[FKCCI] Meet & Connect with Dr. Jin-Oh KIM

Grand Amour, Yongsan-gu, Hannam-daero 20-gil, 47-24
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Tarif : 70,000KRW
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Cancellations must be made by November 11th, 6:00pm, after which cancellation and no-shows will be charged accordingly.
To register, pre-payment is needed for this event (no payment onsite).


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FKCCI has the pleasure to welcome you on its new « Rendez-vous » called Meet & Connect.

Meet & Connect with Dr. Jin-Oh KIM

FKCCI organizes on November 18th its "Meet & Connect" with Dr. Jin-Oh KIM, head of Networking technologies for robotic applications at Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) (cf. full profile below). 

Based on its long and rich experience in robotics, Dr. KIM will explain robots roles and related key issues in the development phase as well as in the business with concrete examples.

Following the announcement of the Governmental new plan for robotic last month, we will discuss with Dr. KIM about how Korea see robots as a driver of economic growth, industrial performance and social transformation towards a new way of life in Korea.


EVENT                 Meet & Connect with Dr. Jin-Oh KIM
DATE                    Wednesday, November 11th 2020, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
VENUE                Grand Amour
                             Seoul, Yongsan-gu, Hannam-daero 20-gil, 47-24
                            (서울특별시 용산구 한남대로20길 47-24)
FEE                      70,000 KRW (10% VAT included)
PARTICIPANT   Max. of 12 persons (FKCCI Members only)

Dr. Jin-Oh KIM

Dr. Jin-Oh KIM is the new head of Networking technologies for robotic applications at MOTIE and also a professor of Robotics School at Kwangwoon University since 1999.
He earned his Bachelor's and Master's degree in mechanical engineering from Seoul National University and Ph.D. degree in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University. 
After he had got his Ph.D, he worked as a senior leader in Secom Intelligent System Lab Japan and as a director of robot business in Samsung Electronics in 90s. From 2003 to 2008, he served as a national director of steering committee of robotics. At the same time, he was also a visiting associate professor in computer science at Stanford University from 2005 for two years.
Looking back what he has done in his career, he worked with many companies and led more than 400 robot developments and systems in semi-conductor and bio/medical industry since 1992. Then, his contibution was recognized in Robotics field, he received a Joseph Engelberger Award in Leadership in 2008 and a Korea Award in science field led by World Press Association (WPA) in 2019. 



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