15:00~16:00

[Workshop2]

Johns Hopkins University-NIH Online/Offline Flex Program Case Study: Biomedical Technology Transfer and Commercialization Class
speaker
  • Jong Hwa Eom

    Vice President of Sejong University

    Dr. Jonghwa Eom is currently a professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy and the Vice President of Sejong University, South Korea. He is a council member of the Korean Physical Society and the Korean Magnetics Society. He works as Editorial Board Member for Section Microelectronics and Optoelectronics in Electronics. Previously, he worked as Provost and Dean of International Affairs Office in Sejong University. He worked as a research associate at University of Chicago and Naval Research Laboratory USA. He published more than 100 papers in the fields of Nano electronic devices, Spintronics, and Physics of low dimensional systems. He was educated at Seoul National University (BS, MS) and at Northwestern University (Ph.D.).
  • Jun Sung Choi

    Professor of Civil&Environmental Engineering at Induk University

  • Ja-Oek Gu

    서경대학교 혁신부총장

    Ja-Oek Gu is the vice president of innovation at Seokyeong University. With interests in regional education research, international educational cooperation, educational institution evaluation, and school consulting, Dr.Gu has served as the director-general and senior research fellow of Korean Educational Development Institute, president of Korean Education Forum, and vice-chairman of the Association for Korean ph.D. students studying in China. He received a master’s degree from Korea University and Ph.D. from Beijng Normal University, both in education.
chair
  • Sung Jae Park

    Research Fellow at the Korean Educational Development Institue (KEDI)

    Dr. Sung Jae Park is research fellow at the Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI). His research focus on Asian Studies in the areas of Education, Law, Science, and Technology. Dr. Park has published several books, articles, and essays including Korean Taxation (Seoul: Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers 5th ed. 2015), International Taxation in Korea (Amazon Kindle: S&B House 2013), and Business Taxation (Seoul: Pouvoir Economic Institute 2011). Trained in Law, Economics, Education, Politics, and Engineering, Dr. Park holds an LL.B. and a Ph.D. in Law from Korea University, an LL.M. from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, an M.S. and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), an M.A. in Economics from Sogang University, an MPA from Seoul National University, an M.A. in International Policy from the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University, and an MBA from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He is also a trained negotiator from Harvard Law School. Before becoming a research scholar, he had served as Assistant Secretary to the President for Political Affairs and for Education at the Blue House. He taught at the Korea University School of Law and the Judicial Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea. During the 2018-2020 academic year, Dr. Park was a visiting scholar at the East-West Center, Hawaii and the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.