The 4th Institute of Science and Technology Transfer Conference on Materials, Parts, and Equipment will be held at KAIST Academic Cultural Center on the 5th.
In this presentation, four science and technology institutes, including KAIST, GIST, DGIST, and UNIST, will jointly introduce ten excellent technologies related to materials, parts, and equipment to cope with the exclusion of Japanese white list.
This is the first time that the four major science and technology institutes jointly conduct presentations and consultations for technology transfer. The researchers will introduce the technology for 15 minutes and run a counseling desk. Companies interested in the presentation technology can also make advance reservations through the website (https://forms.gle/22SKRt9YT2C63NV6A).
KAIST’s technologies include ▲ high-quality graphite-based graphene materials and components (Professor Sang-Wook Kim, Department of Advanced Materials Engineering) ▲ Electrolytic Bismuth Calcium Iron Oxide (Professor Chan-Ho Yang, Department of Physics) with high oxygen ion mobility ▲ Hydrogen gas sensor Dept. of Engineering) ▲ Multifunctional ultra-high molecular thin film technology using the iCVD process (Professor Sung-Gap Lim, Biochemical Engineering) ▲ Five phases of laser phase-locked thermal imaging device (Professor Son Hoon, Department of Construction and Environmental Engineering) for non-destructive testing.
GIST will present two technologies by Prof. Yoon Myung-han of the School of Advanced Materials Engineering. It is a deep ultraviolet low temperature photocrystallization process of metal oxide thin film material and wet spinning technology of conductive polymer fiber.
DGIST introduces a small high-torque motor assembly (Lee Seung-yeol, Dr. Jang Sung-Woo, Intelligent Robotics Research Department), and UNIST ▲ Carbon dioxide removal and hydrogen and electricity simultaneous production system (Professor Kun-Tae Kim, Department of Energy and Chemical Engineering) ▲ Folder device power balancing Introducing the method (Professor Ji Hoon Jung, School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering).
This event will be held as one of KAIST Tech Week. KAIST announced that the first week of November will be called ‘KAIST Tech Week’ and will be held for three days from the 5th to the 7th.
On the 6th, the KAIST Open Venture Lab performance presentation will be held and on the 7th, the 2019 KAIST Tech Day will be held.
Open Venture Lab’s performance presentation booth last year showcased prototypes produced through a pitching session and 10 start-ups announced by 10 startups such as RedWit, Rocky, Lead-On, and Young Wins, including two preliminary startup teams. It will be divided into sessions.
KAIST’s eight student entrepreneurship teams will announce their start-ups at the 2019 KAIST Tech Day. The team selected ▲ The Carbon Studio (core material for next-generation energy storage devices for electric vehicles) ▲ Select Star (mobile crowdsourcing platform for artificial intelligence) ▲ Clean Airs (air purifiers for multi-use facilities) ▲ V-Plus Lab (automatic testing of low-cost, high-efficiency SW using AI) ▲ TEEware (blockchain and cloud based on TEE security technology) ▲ Classum (real-time communication platform connecting teachers and students) ▲ Devolution Food Development of substitute raw materials) ▲ Lux Seed Labs (machine learning model that analyzes user’s emotion through biometric information acquired in VR environment).
Park Hyun-wook, vice president of the KAIST Tech Week, said, “Now the role of the university is expanding not only to excellent education and competitive research, but also to the commercialization of the research results.“ We believe KAIST will take the lead in spreading this culture. did.