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Department of Standards and Intelligence

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Development of Standards and Intelligence Leaders!Standards and Intelligence 

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    Suk Won Hall No.318

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    044-860-1240

  • Fax
    044-860-1241

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Introduction

The Department of Standards and Intelligence at Korea University is a pioneering academic field that provides education and conducts research in areas such as standards, testing and certification, and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) including patents and copyrights. The purpose of this education is to ensure that subjects of standardization, such as products, processes, or services, are appropriately applied in our society as originally intended.

 

Aiming for a future of convergent society, the Department of Standards and Intelligence recognizes the necessity for a specialized department dedicated to nurturing integrated talents. These talents are expected to understand global societies and systems, and apply and practice advanced information and communication knowledge and technologies. Our goal is to lead in this era of change, symbolized by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and differentiate ourselves amidst the concentration in metropolitan areas and specialization attempts of regional universities.

 

As we enter the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, new industries or systems are expanding into areas that aim to resolve social disparities and aid socially disadvantaged individuals. This expansion is recognized as a driving force for creating new industries and stimulating economic growth, while also pursuing a sustainable society.

 

We intend to create new growth drivers and take the lead as global standards in new industries in this era of digital transformation. This will be achieved through investments in knowledge-based convergent industries and the development of standards for new ICT industries.

 

We recognized early on the importance of patent and utility model applications for the protection of innovative technologies related to new technological development. We aim to contribute to the enhancement of technological competitiveness in the field of knowledge and technology convergence industry through patents.

 

The Department of Standards and Intelligence is a pioneering challenge area, being the first undergraduate program of its kind established in the country. We eagerly await ambitious students who will lead in our department. Standards and intelligence are fields where one can continuously study and make progress, driven by a sustainable society or sustainable demands. Therefore, we have made extensive preparations for you to study these two fields - standards and intelligence - together. We are fully prepared to offer ample support for your learning. We greatly appreciate the interest of enthusiastic and capable students.

 

Required Student Skills and Qualities

1. Analytical Thinking : Given that the subject matter frequently involves complex systems and concepts, students should have a robust capacity for critical thinking and analysis.

 

2. Interest in Technology : Considering the department's focus on standardization and intellectual property rights, students should have a profound interest in technology and its evolution.

 

2Communication Skills : Effective communication skills are vital since students will often need to articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively to diverse audiences.

 

3. Problem-Solving Skills : Given the dynamic nature of technology and standards, students should be comfortable with ambiguity and demonstrate robust problem-solving skills.

 

4. Ethical Awareness : Since the field often deals with matters related to intellectual property rights, students should demonstrate a strong sense of ethics and comprehend the ethical implications of their work.

 

5. Global Perspective : Given the international nature of standards and technology, students should be comfortable working within a global context and understanding different cultural perspectives.

 

Faculty

The faculty of the Department of Standards and Intelligence at Korea University comprises dedicated professionals from diverse backgrounds, specializing in areas such as technology, law, economics, and business. These faculty members possess a profound understanding of both the practical and theoretical aspects of standards and knowledge, and they strive to instill this understanding in their students.

 

Faculty members are not only educators but also researchers, contributing to the advancement of the field through their innovative research. Their work often bridges the gap between theory and practice, enabling students to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world situations.

 

The faculty is also committed to fostering a supportive and collaborative learning environment. They encourage students to think critically, ask questions, and engage in meaningful discussions. They are readily available to assist students in their academic journey, providing guidance and mentorship.

 

Overall, the faculty of the Department of Standards and Intelligence at Korea University plays a crucial role in equipping students with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their future careers.

 

 

Faculty
Name Status Tel. E-mail Address Research Field Academic Career

Byung-Koo Kang

Professor

044-860-1562

bgkang@korea.ac.kr

Specializes in national standard policy, conformity assessment system, trade technology barriers, and standard management.

PhD in Business Administration

Hyun Kuk Khang

Professor

 

 

Specializes in International, National, and Organizational ICT Standards, Practical Standardization

PhD in Electrical Engineering

Jae-Young Kim

Professor

044-860-1524

koren4u@korea.ac.kr

Specializes in standard personnel training education, trade technology barriers, and national standard technical management.

PhD in Business Administration

Jin-Min Kim


professor

044-860-1524

tristan1031@korea.ac.kr

Specializes in service and system standardization, and quality management.

PhD in Business Administration

Career Paths after Graduation

Standards and Intelligence are concepts that can be applied across any industry. Therefore, there are opportunities to enter various roles in diverse fields, depending on your ambition and ability.

 

In today's society, there's a significant shortage of specialists in standards and knowledge. As a result, there are job opportunities in large corporations or small-to-medium enterprises to meet the business demand for professionals in these areas. Additionally, you could serve as a civil servant or researcher, providing standards and knowledge services in Korean national public institutions, large corporations, and private organizations. You could also sit for various professional exams, such as those for engineers, technical managers, or patent attorneys. Korean companies are perhaps the most significant source of demand in this field.

 

If you develop a greater interest in research, you could pursue a master's or doctoral degree, opening up the possibility of working in a research institute or as a research director. Additionally, there are opportunities to work at organizations like the Korean Intellectual Property Office or the Korean Agency for Technology and Standards. If international standards particularly interest you, there are opportunities at various international organizations, such as the International Standardization Organization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).