영국 국제통상부(Department for International Trade, DIT) 과학분야 수석 고문
GSMA (GSM Association, 세계이동통신산업자협회)의 전직 Chairman으로 40년 이상 영국 텔레콤과 일렉트로닉스 산업계에 기여
영국 최대 통신사O2의 모회사인 Telefonica에서 17년 동안 재직
Telefonica에서 Vice President 역임 영국 텔레콤 산업에서 이룬 중요한 업적들을 인정받아 대영제국 훈장인 CBE 수상
현재는 영국 국제통상부(DIT)의 Chief Scientific Adviser 로서 영국 국제통상부의 무역 정책 결정에 있어서 중요한 기술적 자문 뿐만 아니라 테크놀러지, 과학기술, 엔지니어링 분야에서 영국과의 해외 협력 증진에도 기여
Dr Mike Short CBE , after 30 years in telecommunications with Telefonica, joined the Department for International Trade as the department’s first chief scientific adviser in December 2017.
Mike leads the science and engineering profession in the department and ensures its policy is informed by the best science, engineering and technical advice. He advises on the technical aspects of future trade deals as DIT looks to create new arrangements following Brexit, and works with the UK’s research, development and academic communities to boost scientific and engineering exports.
Mike has over 40 years’ experience in electronics and telecommunications and served as vice president of Telefonica, the parent company of the O2 mobile phone network, for 17 years to December 2016. In this post, he managed the launch of 2G (GSM) and 3G mobile technologies in the UK, and led research and development for Telefonica Europe. His career also includes the promotion of international technical standards in mobile technology, and he is also a former Chairman of the Global GSM Association, the UK Mobile Data Association, and president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
He is currently a visiting professor at the universities of Surrey, Coventry, Leeds, Lancaster and Salford, where in recent years he has led the development on collaborations in areas such as smart cities, digital healthcare, cybersecurity and driverless vehicles.
He was honoured with a CBE in 2012 for his services to the mobile industry.
Dr. Ryu is currently leads the SV Innovation Center as an EVP at SK Telecom where he guides the innovation of the new business model that practices CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and implements DBL (Double Bottom Line) for not only open innovation, but for the social value creation as well. Also he is a Board member of Directors of P4G(Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030), a global network of leaders and innovators seeking breakthroughs in green economic growth.
Most recently, he was a research full professor of the Startup center at KAIST. Having worked in Silicon Valley and companies in Korea as a semiconductor, mobile, and automotive system research professional, Dr. Woong Hwan Ryu joined the presidential contender Moon Jae-in's campaign as the Co-Chairman for the Employment Division. Upon joining, he has actively participated as the General Manager for the Employment Division for the presidential election winner Jae-in Moon at the Liberal Democratic Party and as the Co-Chairman of the 4th Industrial Revolution Department for the New Republic of Korea Committee. At the time of recruitment, President Moon Jae-in stated that "Dr. Woong Hwan Ryu's recruitment is to reiterate the determination of foregoing the Fourth Industrial Revolution and creating new jobs."
Dr. Woong Hwan Ryu is a result-focused engineering leader with over 22 years of experience (including MS and Ph.D.) in engineering project management and product development for major companies, including Intel USA, Samsung, and Hyundai. He has a broad industry experience ranging from SoC design to system hardware design.
From 2015 to 2017, Dr. Ryu was an Executive at the Hyundai Motor Company in charge of semiconductor Q&R and PCB/circuit design audit/verification for automotive electronics. He was the youngest Vice President at Samsung System LSI where he had led large team leadership trainings and impactful initiatives in the mobile hardware field, including silicon (RTL-to-GDS DM, foundation IP, DTCO, and verification), package, PCB/chipset, signal/power integrity, and EMI/RFI. For a decade before that, from 2001 to 2011, he was a Senior Manager at Intel Corporation, where he managed the Signal/Power Integrity Engineering (SPIE) team, which was responsible for pre- and post-silicon platform electrical analyses for SOC Hard IP customers/platforms. From 2000 to 2001, he was a visiting researcher in the Electronics Packaging Group, Gintic Institute of Manufacturing Technology in Singapore.
Since 2008, he holds an IEEE Senior Member status. He has been nominated as an IEEE Fellow from 2013 to 2016. He received numerous Department/Division Recognition Awards from Intel. He received three Samsung S.LSI Presidential Awards: two in 2012 and one in 2013. He also received the Samsung Gold Prize for the Innovation contest in 2013. He is the co-author of a book titled “Power Integrity for I/O Interfaces: With Signal Integrity/Power Integrity Co-Design”. He has authored and co-authored more than 90 technical publications in premier journals and international conferences, and He holds three issued patents and one pending patent. He served as a technical reviewer for the Design Automation Conference (DAC) for 5 years. He also served as a reviewer for several IEEE journals and as a technical program committee member and an organizing committee member for DesignCon. He was a best paper award recipient in recognition of my technical contributions to both DesignCon2006 and DesignCon2008. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Dr. Woong Hwan Ryu has actively mentored the Korean youth community through numerous lectures regarding global job opportunities and building potential and experience through various skills. As a result of his mentoring, hundreds of the Korean youth have been able to attain jobs worldwide. Aside from being the founding member of the Open Door Services, he has actively participated as a member for 28 years. He has authored several books including his most well-known book, ‘Power Integrity for I/O Interfaces With Signal Integrity/ Power Integrity Co-Design’(Prentice Hall 2010), ‘Career Development for Global Leaders’(2015), and ‘4th Industrial Revolution for the New Republic of Korea with a Focus on People’ (June 2017).
Director of AI and Industry Solutions at Avanade | Board Member | Most Influential Women in U.K Tech Top 100 in 2019 | Tedx Speaker
Sarah a.k.a Rench currently leads global teams to design, implement & deliver AI assets and intelligent automation across the full data lifecycle (using Cloud /RPA/ NLP/ OCR/ DL/ ML). Experienced in implementing; data quality, management and governance, setting up COEs and driving positive operational change for financial institutions.
Previously on the advisory board for All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Artificial intelligence & presented on AI & Diversity in June 2019.
Leveraging her broad experience in mobile app development, CRM systems, CMS, virtual agents, machine learning algorithms and cloud technology. She is ‘technology agnostic’ enabling her to use whatever tech needed to ensure the best results & business value creation for her clients.
Previously she worked for EY and IPsoft leading a global team to deliver intelligent automation across various industries including UK government, Banking and Insurance in EMEA and Latin America.
Rench has been in the IT sector for a number of years in various roles, from software engineering to management and has completed a part-time MIT Artificial Intelligence course and an Executive MBA from Cass Business School, focusing on AI & CSV. Previously she studied Anthropology & African Studies followed by a Masters in Computer Science at University of Birmingham.
On the board of a non-for-profit women in tech community, DevelopHer & Executive Board member for Cass Global Women’s Leadership Programme, which provides scholarships for women to do higher education. Facilitating events in diversity, inclusion & tech to enable driving innovation & positive changes in society. Awards:
Most Influential U.K. Women in Tech 2019 Top 100
Future Star of Tech: Data Leader 2019 Winner
Disruptor of the Year 2019 - Women in Finance Finalist
Women in Software 2019 Winner
EY IWD ‘Change Maker’ 2019 Winner
Women in Fintech Standout 35 Winner.
TechWomen50 Award 2017 Winner
LGBTQIA, BAME & Women in Tech champion
박민우 (Min Woo Park)
현대자동차 자율주행상용개발팀 파트장
현대자동차 자율주행상용개발팀 (Autonomous Driving Commercial Vehicle Development Research & Development Division) 실무 책임자
경북대학교 컴퓨터 공학박사
Marquis Who’s Who 세계 3대 인명사전 등재
경북대학교 컴퓨터 공학박사 (’14.2)
경북대학교 컴퓨터학부 박사후연구원 (‘14.3~’15.2)
현대자동차 지능형안전연구팀 영상인식파트 책임연구원 (‘15.3~’18.3)
현대자동차 자율주행개발실 영상인식그룹장 (‘18.4~’19.6)
현대자동차 자율주행상용개발팀 영상인식1파트장 (‘19.7~현재)
Marquis Who’s Who 세계 3대 인명사전 등재 (’15.1~현재)
앨렌 세르원카 (Dr Allaine Cerwonka)
앨런 튜링 연구소 (Alan Turing Institute) 이사
현대 컴퓨터의 기반을 만든 컴퓨터의 아버지인 앨런 튜링(Alan Turing) 연구소의 이사
Allaine Cerwonka holds a PhD in Political Science. She has worked as an academic in the US (University of California, Georgia State University) and in continental Europe at Central European University, where she founded the Science Studies Programme. She has published two books (University of Chicago Press; University of Minnesota Press) as well as articles. She has held grants from the EU Erasmus programme, Mellon Foundation, and Fulbright. She was a senior researcher at the Jawaharlal Nehru Institute for Advance Study and post-doc at the University of California Humanities Research Institute. Before joining the Turing, Allaine was Dean of the School of Social Sciences at the University of East London where she oversaw academic programmes, research and student experience. She brings this rich experience in teaching, research and leadership to the Turing where she is leading on University Partnerships and overseeing research facilitation, events/engagement, and training and development.
메이 용 (May Yong PhD)
앨런 튜링 연구소 (Alan Turing Institute) 선임 연구원
May is a Senior Research Software Engineer at The Alan Turing Institute. She has worked across multiple research domains, collaborating with scientists to turn interesting ideas into useable software. Past projects include machine learning on neonatal intensive care data and tools for enabling the exploration of UK government expenditure data.
She has previously worked on creating data standards for antibody therapy experiments at UCL Cancer Institute and worked on amalgamation of heterogeneous multiple sclerosis data at the Imperial Data Science Institute.
May is interested in data interpretation, specifically ways of providing information in perspective in order to see the bigger picture. She is building tools to minimise data ambiguity so that data is interpreted and used the way the data collectors intended.
이경무 (Kyoung Mu Lee)
서울대학교 전기정보공학부 교수
미국 서던캘리포니아대학교 대학원 University of Southern California 전기공학 박사
서울대학교 자동화시스템공동연구소 소장
Kyoung Mu Lee received his Ph. D. degree from the University of Southern California in 1993. He is now with the Dept. of ECE at Seoul National University (SNU) as a professor. His primary research areas are Computer Vision and Machine Learning. He is currently serving as an AEIC (Associate Editor in Chief) of the IEEE TPAMI, an Area Editor of the Computer Vision and Image Understanding (CVIU), and has served as an Associate Editor of the IEEE TPAMI, the Machine Vision Application (MVA), Journal and the IPSJ Transactions on Computer Vision and Applications (CVA), and the IEEE Signal Processing Letter.
He is an Advisory Board Member of CVF (Computer Vision Foundation) and an Editorial Advisory Board Member for Academic Press/Elsevier. He has served as a General Chair of ACM MM2018, ACCV2018, and ICCV2019. He was a Distinguished Lecturer of the Asia-Pacific Signal and Information Processing Association (APSIPA) for 2012-2013. He is currently serving as the president of the Korean Computer Vision Society (KCVS). He received many awards including the Korean Scientist and Engineering of the Month Award, the Great Processor Award from SNU, Okawa Foundation Research Grant Award.
More information can be found on his homepage http://cv.snu.ac.kr/kmlee.
닉 메타 (Nik Mehta OBE)
주한 영국 부대사
Nikesh Mehta became Deputy Ambassador at the British Embassy in Seoul in July 2018.
Nik joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2002, and has worked in Iraq, Uganda and Malaysia. The posting to Uganda was particularly poignant for Nik because his mother, a Ugandan-Asian, was expelled from the country by Idi Amin’s forces in the early 1970s. He reported on the 20-year conflict between the Ugandan Government and the Lord’s Resistance Army, and the ensuing humanitarian crisis. Nik was the Political Counsellor in Malaysia and was responsible for the UK response to the two Malaysia Airlines disasters in 2014 and 2015.
In the UK, Nik’s roles have primarily focused on conflict and security issues. Before becoming the Deputy Ambassador in Seoul, Nik was a Deputy Director at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) for three years working on international cyber-security.
Throughout his career, Nik has been a strong supporter of diversity and inclusion. He believes passionately that the Diplomatic Service should reflect fully UK society and that diversity is one of the UK’s great strengths. In the FCO and at GCHQ, Nik led campaigns to improve the recruitment and development of staff from minority backgrounds.
Nik was awarded at OBE in HM The Queen’s 2014 Birthday honours for his contribution to British foreign policy and diversity.
Founder and CEO at Unmanned.Life & Founder and Chairman at European Young Innovators Forum | #EU Innovation Luminary
Kumardev is a highly-regarded EU and INTEL awarded Young Innovation Luminary, Serial Tech Entrepreneur - Founder and CEO of Companies in the EU and US, New York Times published Thought Leader, Expert on Entrepreneurship at the World Economic Forum and European Commission appointed Tech Expert. Kumardev started as an entrepreneur at 14 with a social business and built his first tech company at 19.
Kumardev has been invited to speak and present at leading institutions across the world including the UN, US State Department, European Parliament, European Commission, Office of Angela Merkel, State of Europe high-level roundtable, London School of Business, Standford University and major conferences and forums including Websummit, WEF Davos, Mobile World Conference, Slush, South Summit, Startup Grind, Techcrunch and CeBIT.
Kumardev’s vision has been published by the New York Times, WEF, European Commission, European Business Summit, Boao Forum Review and leading tech media across Europe. He is one of the 50 global thought leaders and experts who co-wrote the European Union’s “Digital Minds for a New Europe” alongside Eric Schmidt and Vint Cerf: https://www.amazon.com/Digital-Minds-Europe-Vint-Cerf-ebook/dp/B00PKGV2D8
Kumardev is Founder and CEO of Unmanned Life, the Autonomy-as-a-Service company, a multi-industry, multi-award winning 2 year old startup which has just been awarded the UK's Best Disruptive Innovation 2017, is valued over 20 M GBP and in scaling-up across the world. Unmanned Life's Autonomy-as-a-Service concept is now an Industry standard: http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/autonomy-as-a-service
Kumardev is also Founder and Chairman of the European Young Innovators Forum, the leading foundation for youth innovation in Europe, reaching in excess of 500,000 young people. He has judged competitions like MIT Innovators Under 35 Europe.
Kumardev holds a MSc. in Computer Science from University College London, as a British Chevening Science Scholar.
Heba Studied electronics and computer engineering (hon), receiving a first for her final year project on robotics visualisation. Upon graduation she worked as a CPU (central processing unit) engineer for the microchip design company ARM. After being an integral designer of the ARM Cortex processors, which is found in virtually all mobile phones in the world today, she moved to another role in ARM as a technical sales engineer. Heba went back to The University of Cambridge (Jesus College) to do her PhD in low power wireless sensor networks, it was during her PhD that Heba founded UtterBerry. 5 years on Heba has multiple patents to her name in a wide range of fields from manufacturing and engineering to Medicine and Sensing. Heba has won many awards including the Digital Innovation Award from CIOB in 2014, The Construction Excellence National Award for Innovation in 2015, and two NCE Ground Engineering awards. Heba has been awarded an OBE for her contributions to technology, innovation, and STEM education 2018. Heba is the CEO and founder of UtterBerry Ltd. UtterBerry is a patented intelligent wireless sensor system which works on extremely low power. Fitting in the palm of the hand and weighing less than 15 grams, UtterBerry sensors are the smallest and lightest wireless sensors in the world and are also the first to employ artificial intelligence. Despite their size, they work to sub-millimetre precision, measuring multiple variables; collecting and interpreting F4data at the source and transmitting information in real time.
옥상훈 (Sanghun Ok)
네이버 클로바 플랫폼 비즈니스 테크에반젤리스트
ZDNet UX 컬럼니스트
한국 어도비시스템즈 RIA 컨설턴트
한국SW아키텍트 연합회 공동 의장
okgosu의 플렉스 4.5 & 플래시빌더의 정석 저서 출간
케이트 조리 (Kate Jory)
Kx 한국비즈니스개발 이사
Kx 한국비즈니스개발 이사
국제 경영학, 물리학 전공
Kate Jory is the Business Development Director in South Korea for Kx Systems. Kate’s background is in Physics and International Business and she is currently expanding awareness and use of Kx Technology in the South Korean Market.
사이먼 스미스 (Simon Smith)
Simon Smith has been British Ambassador to the Republic of Korea since March 2018. He first visited North and South Korea in 2002-4 when he was Head of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s NE Asia & Pacific Department.
He has served as British Ambassador to Ukraine and to Austria – where he was also the UK’s Permanent Representative to UN and international organisations in Vienna, and the UK Governor on the Board of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
He began his career in the Diplomatic Service in 1986, and has also worked – largely on economic, trade and investment issues – at the British Embassies in Tokyo and Moscow. Simon is from Bristol, and studied German and French at Oxford University.
He spent 6 months in Seoul continuing his study of Korean in 2017. In addition to these languages he speaks Russian, Ukrainian and Japanese. His wife, Sian Stickings, a lawyer by training, is also a keen linguist and a student of Korean. They have two daughters who live and work in the UK.
노웅래 (Woong Rae Noh)
국회 과학기술정보방송통신위원회 위원장
더불어민주당 서울 마포구갑 국회의원
제20대 국회 후반기 과학기술정보방송통신위원회 위원장
더불어민주당 중앙당선거관리위원회 위원장
동국대학교 언론정보대학원 석사
Members of the National Assembly (17, 19, 20)
Chairman of the National Assembly's Science and Technology Broadcasting and Communications Commission (as of 2018)
Chairman of the Education, Culture, Sports and Tourism Committee of the National Assembly (2016.4-2018.6)
President of the Korea-Kazakhstan Friendship Association (as of 2018)
Korea-Japan Parliamentary Union Steering Committee Chairman (currently 2018)
Democratic Party of Korea (2018)
Democratic Party Election Commission Chairman (August 2008)
Co-chairman of the National Association for Reconciliation and Cooperation (as of 2018)
New Politics Alliance for Democracy (former) secretary general
Chairman of the Seoul Metropolitan Government (former)
MBC union leader and broadcast reporter
Daily economic newspaper reporter (former)
a member of the National Assembly's Future Planning, Science and Communications Commission (former)
Members of the National Assembly's Culture, Sports, Tourism, Broadcasting and Communications Commission (former)
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