Junseok Hwang

Junseok Hwang is professor of Information Science and Technology at Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program(TEMEP), Seoul National University and Director of International Technology Policy Program (ITPP). Prior to this, he was an Assistant Professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. He received his Ph. D. in Information Science and Telecommunications from the University of Pittsburgh, a Master's degree in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado. His current research focuses on economics of information and networks, management and policy of convergence technologies, social impact study and forecasting of emerging technologies, knowledge management, patent research and policy analysis. On this topic of research, he is actively working for Digitalogy, and Technology and Humanities Convergence study.


Martin B.H. Weiss
- Professor, University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
- Independent Consultant

- B.S.E. (Electrical Engineering) with Honor, Northeastern University, Boston MA, 1978
- M.S.E. (Computer, Information and Control Engineering), University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI, 1979
- Ph.D. (Engineering and Public Policy), Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA, 1988.

Martin B.H. Weiss is a Professor in the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems in the School of Computing and Information at the University of Pittsburgh. He earned his PhD. in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University. He earned an MSE in Computer, Control, and Information Engineering from the University of Michigan and a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. His overall research theme is the analysis of situations where competing firms must cooperate technically; this has expressed itself in studying the standardization process, internet interconnection, and, most recently, radio spectrum sharing.
His current research focus is on dynamic spectrum access and intelligent wireless systems. He is currently studying spectrum sharing and spectrum trading with a focus on understanding the system-level factors supporting and constraining the adoption of these technologies. Recent aspects of this have involved studying enforcement in cooperative spectrum sharing approaches, secondary users’ constraints and decisions using decision analysis and real options analysis. Past projects include technical and cost studies new technologies, bandwidth markets, interconnection of packet networks that support quality of service (QoS), and technical standards

Hyeok Jeong
- Professor of Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Korea

- BA in Economics (Summa Cum Laude), Seoul National University, 1991
- Ph.D in Economics, University of Chicago, Chicago IL, U.S.A. 2000

Hyeok Jeong, Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, worked as a professor at the Economics Departments of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University in the United States, at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Japan, and also at the KDI School of Public Policy and Management in Korea, before he joined the faculty of Graduate School of International Studies at the Seoul National University in 2015, where he works now.
Professor Jeong was a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago, at UCLA, and also at the Institute of Empirical Macroeconomics of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. He also worked at World Bank as a Consultant Economist and served as the Director of Development Research Division of Center for International Development at KDI. Professor Jeong's main research interests include growth and development, human capital, income distribution dynamics in relation to financial deepening and labor market issues. His recent research agenda include firm dynamics and international trade, higher education reform, Korean development experience, North Korean economy, and development cooperation issues such as knowledge sharing, development finance, and the design of triangular cooperation for international development.


-Congressman / Head of the Technology & Education Commission at the Costa Rican Congress

- BA in Education in the Spanish Language, Universidad Católica, 2005
- Bachelor of Teaching, Castro Carazo University, 2007
- Bachelor of Education Administration, Catholic University, 2007
- Master in Educational Administration, Castro Carazo University, 2008
- Doctorate in Education Sciences, Catholic University, 2010
- Teacher, I and II Cycle, Castro Carazo University, 2011

- Spanish Language Teacher
- Assistant Director
- Director of Bilingual Experimental College
- Director of Technological Innovation College
- Director of Academic College
- Director of the Professional Institute of Community Education (IPEC)
- National Assembly, Science & Technology Committee, Lead
- President of the PLN Youth in Coto Brus, 2005-2009
- District, cantonal and provincial delegate PLN, period 2009-2013
- District, cantonal, provincial and national delegate PLN, 2017


Youngsang Kwon
- Associate Professor, Urban Design Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Seoul National University
- Chair, Graduate Program in Urban Planning, Seoul National University

- B.S. in Engineering (Dept. of Architecture), Seoul National University, 1996
- M.S. in Engineering (Dept. of Architecture), Seoul National University, 1998
- Ph.D. in Engineering (Dept. of Architecture), Seoul National University, 2003

Smart city Project (Principal Investigator or similar position)
May.2018~Apr 2019 (P.I.) : Smart City planning technique and technology application direction plan study (funding from SNU)
Apr.2018~Aug.2018 (P.I.) : Study on Smart city technique applicable to developing countries (funding Urban Design Company for proposal to Uzbekistan Tashkent)
Apr.2018~Nov.2018 (researcher / Part P.I. focused on Smart City and Urban Regeneration) : Establishment of 2018-2022 National Financial Management Plan Research Project –SOC Division (Republic of Korea) (funding K.D.I.Korean Development Institute)
Jan.2018~Jun. 2018 (Smart Campus Urban Designer) : SNU Siheung Smart Campus (in Korea) Master Plan (funding from SNU)
Jan. 2018~Dec. 2018 (researcher / Part P.I. focused on Urban Space Analysis using Big Data) : Seoul Urban Data Science Institute (funding City of Seoul)
Sep. 2017~Jan 2018 (P.I.) : Development of Spatial Analysis Technology for Urban Area where single-person household was concentrated using Big Data (funding Big Data Institute in SNU)
Sep. 2016~Aug.2019 (P.I.) : Controversy on future city discourse and realization technology - Smart simulation / automatic design technology of energy-saving, risk-reducing eco-friendly city (funding SNU, Leading Creative Researcher Support Program)
Sep. 2016~Mar.2017 (P.I) : A Study on the Way to Realize Sustainable Future Urban Society (funding Hansaem Academic Institute, Yeosijae, Future consensus Institute,
Apr. 2016~Feb 2019 (Vice P.I.) : Research Program for Leaders Creating Next-Generation Values in Infrastructure (BK21 Brain Korea 21 Program, funding Korean Government)

Donovan Storey

- Deputy Director and Urban Lead-Green Cities, Global Green Growth Institute(GGGI), Seoul

Dr Donovan Storey is currently Deputy Director and Urban Lead – Green Cities, at the Global Green Growth Institute, Seoul. In this role he leads the Global Green Cities Team and works with 33 country teams and key stakeholders to identify green city projects related to the built environment, waste management, urban planning, sustainable mobility, and resource efficiency in cities across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Previous to his current position he worked for six years at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) in Bangkok, first as Chief of Social Policy and Population and then as Chief of the Sustainable Urban Development Section.
Prior to the United Nations Donovan was a researcher and academic specializing in development management, urban planning, and sustainable development, including appointment as Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland. Donovan has led projects related to urban planning and infrastructure governance, environmental management, waste to resource & circular economies, urban resilience, social inclusion, and sustainable development for the Asian Development Bank, UN-Habitat, Oxfam, AusAID, NZAID, The Commonwealth and the private sector. He has a PhD in Development Studies and degrees in History and Political Science and has published extensively, most recently on planning for low carbon cities, green infrastructure, waste management and density. Donovan is a Member of the Planning Institute of Australia (MPIA), International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and was Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Queensland from 2015-2018.

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