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University-Industry Cooperation is KAIST's in and Era of Creative Economy.


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Greetings from the Associate Vice President

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Introduction to the Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Greetings from the Associate Vice President

KAIST 산학협력단장님사진
OUIC Thank you for visiting the KAIST Office of University-Industry Cooperation homepage.

Established in 1971, KAIST has been leading Korea’s development in science and technology for 40 over years and has grown to become a globally prominent research-centered university. Achieving research results that receive attention globally within the science community would not have been possible without the passion and effort put forth by our professors and students. Also, this would not have been possible without the support of the government and endless love and support from the public.

KAIST has been constantly offering support to the nurturing of talent, fundamental and applied research, and industry. KAIST prides itself for having played a critical role in the nations development and economic growth; however this is only the beginning. With the foundation of KAIST’s research and education capacity, it will become a hub for innovative ideas and technology that will lead the nation through to the creation of new industries in the 4th industrial revolution that is approaching.

Industries will be able to innovate continuously by utilizing KAIST’s technological and human resources, and through university-industry cooperation the education and research capacity needed industrial settings will be strengthened. For this reason university-industry cooperation will creat a social infrastructure and become a foundation in a knowledge-based society that allows for the securement of competitiveness of corporations, industry, and the nation. For this purpose, the Office of University-Industry Cooperation will innovate technology commercialization and aid industry in overcoming difficulties and solving problems. We will work to become a mutually beneficial partner of corporations. The Office of University-Industry Cooperation will workd endlessly to share and spread the values of KAIST.

Kyung Cheol Choi
Associate Vice President
Office of University-Industry Cooperation



Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

History

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Introduction to the Office of University-Industry Cooperation > History

2010~Present

Startup KAIST 창업보육기관 국무총리표창
  • April 2017Establishment of the Global University-Industry Cooperation Research Center(G-CORE)
  • Dec. 2013Awarded as the Best Business Incubation Institution Award from the Prime Minister
  • Nov. 2013Startup KAIST Kick-off
  • May 2012Selected as the Best Business Incubation Center
  • Dec. 2011OUIC Generates the most profit in a single year
  • May 2011Selected as the exclusive lead Technology Licensing Organization for the universities support project
  • Jan. 2011OUIC transfers to the Munji(ICC) Campus
  • Sept. 2010Establishment of the “OUIC 2025 Vision”

2000~

Startup KAIST 창업보육기관 국무총리표창
  • March 2009Integrated with Information and Communications University (ICU) and absorbe ICU’s Business Incubation Center
  • July 2007Selected as the Best Business Incubation Center by the Asian Association of Business Incubation(AABI)
  • July 2006Selected as the exclusive lead Technology Licensing Organization for the universities support project
  • March 2006Changes name to Office of University-Industry Cooperation

1990~

Startup KAIST 창업보육기관 국무총리표창
  • 1997.09Began and Expanded the High-tech Venture Consortium
  • 1994.12Established KAIST TIC/TBI


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Vision

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Introduction to the Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Vision

To become a world-class hub for discovering new knowledge and new technology that will serve as a growth engine for the nations growth.

상세내용아래참조

MISSION

Increase the value of technology and create high-quality jobs
Construct social infrastructure that can secure the competitiveness of the business, industry, and the nation


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Primary Goal

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Introduction to the Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Primary Goal

Development Goal

One-Stop Service for Entrepreneurs, Technology Transfer, and Commercialization
  •   01Strategic
    Patent Management
  •   02Vitalize Technology Transfer
    and Commercialization
  • 4Goals
    12Projects promote
  •   03Nurture Start-ups
    Foster Corporations
  •   04Construction of
    a Science Park

Development Strategy

상세내용아래참조 아래화살표 상세내용아래참조


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Current Status of Patents

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Performance Statistics > Current Status of Patents

국내출원, 해외출원 그래프 상세내용 아래참조
  • 2010 - 국내출원 : 1,047 / 해외출원 : 212 / TOTAL : 1,259
  • 2011 - 국내출원 : 1,059 / 해외출원 : 114 / TOTAL : 1,173
  • 2012 - 국내출원 : 1,139 / 해외출원 : 242 / TOTAL : 1,381
  • 2013 - 국내출원 : 939 / 해외출원 : 244 / TOTAL : 1,183
  • 2014 - 국내출원 : 947 / 해외출원 : 230 / TOTAL : 1,177
  • 2015 - 국내출원 : 1,042 / 해외출원 : 321 / TOTAL : 1,363
  • 2016 - 국내출원 : 1,009 / 해외출원 : 327 / TOTAL : 1,336
국내등록, 해외등록 그래프 상세내용 아래참조
  • 2010 - 국내등록 : 450 / 해외등록 : 83 / TOTAL : 833
  • 2011 - 국내등록 : 746 / 해외등록 : 44 / TOTAL : 790
  • 2012 - 국내등록 : 850 / 해외등록 : 95 / TOTAL : 945
  • 2013 - 국내등록 : 894 / 해외등록 : 91 / TOTAL : 985
  • 2014 - 국내등록 : 1,009 / 해외등록 : 106 / TOTAL : 1,115
  • 2015 - 국내등록 : 691 / 해외등록 : 108 / TOTAL : 799
  • 2016 - 국내등록 : 637 / 해외등록 : 121 / TOTAL : 796
특허(출원) 총 11,306건 (2006~2015년) 기준- 해외출원 합계 : 2,195건 / 국내출원 합계 : 9,111건
특허(등록) 총 6,805건 - 해외등록 합계 : 803건 / 국내등록 합계 : 6,002건


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Current Status of Computer Program Registrations

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Performance Statistics > Current Status of Computer Program Registrations

컴퓨터 프로그램 등록 그래프 상세내용 아래참조-(단위:건) 2016기준
컴퓨터 프로그램 등록 총 825건
  • 2008 - 105
  • 2009 - 74
  • 2010 - 85
  • 2011 - 81
  • 2012 - 144
  • 2013 - 110
  • 2014 - 86
  • 2015 - 106
  • 2016 - 101


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Current Status of Technology Transfer

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Performance Statistics > Current Status of Technology Transfer

기술이전 등록 그래프 상세내용 아래참조-(단위:백만원) 2016기준
  • 2008 46건 - 1,069
  • 2009 34건 - 973(21억원 초과달성)
  • 2010 40건 - 2,121(17억원 초과달성)
  • 2011 47건 - 3,857
  • 2012 48건 - 3,056
  • 2013 46건 - 2,790
  • 2014 40건 - 2,051
  • 2015 61건 - 2,615
  • 2016 61건 - 2,701


Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

OUIC Corporations Listed on KOSDAQ

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Performance Statistics > OUIC Corporations Listed on KOSDAQ

테이블 - No, 기업명,사업내용,입주일,졸업일,코스닥등록을 제공하고 있음
No Name of Corp. Business Area Move-in Date Graduation Date KOSDAQ Listing
1 IDIS Corp. Digital Media Content Storage Devices '98.04 '98.11 '01.09
2 Wholdingcompany Corp. Oil Transport and Management '95.06 '99.07 '01.08
3 Neowiz Holdings Corp. Online Community Portal Service '97.11 '98.11 '00.06
4 Bioneer Corp. Bio-engineering and Related Reagents and Equipments ‘98.03 ‘02.03 ‘05.12
5 ELK Corp. Touch-sensor and Touch-panel Module ‘99.08 ‘00.07 ‘07.10
6 DNF Corp. Production of Catalyst and High-purity Metallic Compounds ‘01.04 ‘02.12 ‘07.11
7 Intekplus Corp. 3-D Non-contact Measuring Instruments '98.04 ~ ‘11.01
8 Golfzon Newdin Corp. Golf Simulation ‘00.11 ‘07.11 ‘11.05
9 I3system Corp. Infrared Sensors and X-ray Sensors '98.10 '03.11 '15.07
10 Peptron Corp. Peptide Materials, Reagents, and etc. '99.05 '03.02 '15.07
11 Selvashealthcare Corp. Braille Information Reader and etc. '02.01 '06.04 '16.09


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Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Currents Status Awards Received in the Past 4 Years

Office of University-Industry Cooperation > Performance Statistics > Currents Status Awards Received in the Past 4 Years

테이블 - No, 기업명,사업내용,입주일,졸업일,코스닥등록을 제공하고 있음
2013 BI Excellent Management Technique Competition – Grand Prize Ministry of SMEs
Venture Vitalization Merit for Venture Support Institutions – Prime Minister Commendation Ministry of Interior and Safety
2010 Office of University-Industry Cooperation Startup Support Contribution Commendation Ministry of Education and Science Technology
Technology Transfer Commercialization Program Competition – Excellence Award Ministry of Education and Science Technology
University with the Greatest Number of Awardee’s at the Campus Patent Strategy Universiade (3 consecutive years) Korean Intellectual Property Office
2009 Leading University Technology Licensing Organization – Excellence Award Ministry of Education and Science Technology
University with the Greatest Number of Awardee’s at the Campus Patent Strategy Universiade Korean Intellectual Property Office
2008 Excellence BI Competition – Grand Prize Daejeon Chungnam Ministry of SMEs


Organization Chart

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Organization Chart

Organization Chart

조직도-상세내용 아래참조
  • 총장
  • 연구부총장
  • 산학협력단장
  • 기술사업화센터
  • 창업보육센터
  • 글로벌산학협력연구센터

Daejeon Campus Employee Telephone Directory Organized by Duties (042-350-Extension)

Technology Commercialization Center

표 -성명,담당업무,전화/팩스,이메일을 제공하고 있음
Name Duty Extension/Fax E-mail
Min Hyun Sook
(Director)
Oversees all Operations 2179 / 4150 min.hyunsook@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Kwon Business Property Rights Management – Oversees all patents 2173 / 4150 kimkwon@kaist.ac.kr
Choi, Hye Kyoung Industrial Property Rights Management – International Patent Expenses 2178 / 4150 hkyoung@kaist.ac.kr
Kwon Yong Tae Industrial Property Rights Management – International Patent Evaluation 4796 / 4150 blast@kaist.ac.kr
Oh Seung Hwan Industrial Property Rights Management- Domestic Patent Evaluation/ICT 2971 / 4150 sho@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Jae Yun Industrial Property Rights Management – Domestic Expenses/Annual Fees 2171 / 4150 jyk1@kaist.ac.kr
Jeong Yeon Industrial Property Rights Management – Patent Registration and Application Process/Output Management 2172 / 4150 brilliant35@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Hee Tae Technology Marketing and Technology Transfer - Bio 2974 / 4150 sekos@kaist.ac.kr
Seo Moon Jong Technology Marketing and Technology Transfer- Equipment/Materials 2973 / 4150 mjseo@kaist.ac.kr
Park Ho Cheul Technology Marketing and Technology Transfer – Electric Electronics 4795 / 4150 parkhc590@kaist.ac.kr
Park Sung Jun Technology Marketing and Technology Transfer- Semiconductor, Display 4791 / 4150 james.park@kaist.ac.kr
Choi Bong Geun Technologt Transfer Post Management 4793 / 4150 bkch@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Dae Sung Research, Investment, and Subsidiary Company Linkage Program 2975 / 4150 bigstar@kaist.ac.kr
Park Jae Hong Business Linkage Program 2972 / 4150 jahopa@kaist.ac.kr
Yu Hye Kyoung Economic Cooperation Industry Promotion Project 2174 / 4150 hkyu0809@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Yeong Jae Strategic Supply Management, Technology Marketing 2175 / 4150 caucow@kaist.ac.kr
Lee Jee Hyun Joint Application, KAIST MTA Global University-Industry Cooperation 4792 / 4150 jeehyunlee@kaist.ac.kr
Joo Eun Hye Associate Vice President’s Secretary, Industry Technical Difficulty Registration, Advertisment Cooperation 4794 / 4150 joo1210@kaist.ac.kr
Oh, Choong Hyun Business Linkage Program 2975 / 4150 dhcnd@kaist.ac.kr
Mah, Su Jin K-Global Project 2976 / 4150 sjmah@kaist.ac.kr

Technology Business Incubation Center

표 -성명,담당업무,전화/팩스,이메일을 제공하고 있음
Name Duty Extension/Fax E-mail
Han Seung Hei
(Director)
Oversees all Operations 4739 / 4780 e_hsh@kaist.ac.kr
Kim In Soo International Cooperation/Business Management (Personalized Business) 4731 / 4780 insoo@kaist.ac.kr
Oh Kyeong Sook Income Settlement/Civil Affairs Administration 4732 / 4780 oks25@kaist.ac.kr
Yim Ji Hye Business Management (Personalized Business) 4733 / 4780 jihye.yim@kaist.ac.kr
Ju Chan Suk Business Management (Personalized Business) 4738 / 4780 cscoolj@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Soo Yeon Move-in Business Recruitment/Management 4734 / 4780 sooy79@kaist.ac.kr
Choi Hee Seong BI Education and Provision of Information 4735 / 4780 kaist2000@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Hyun Jong BI Evaluation and Asset/Safety 4736 / 4780 k.h.j@kaist.ac.kr
Cho Sung Yun On-Site Business Enterprise Support 4737 / 4780 ssssyyy@kaist.ac.kr

Global University-Industry Cooperation Research Center (GCORE)

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표 -성명,담당업무,전화/팩스,이메일을 제공하고 있음
Name Duty Extension/Fax E-mail
Yu Jong Won
(Director)
Oversees all Operations 3478 / 6420 drjwyu67@kaist.ac.kr
배종성
(산학협력중점교수)
융합기술, 지적재산, 프로페셔널 라이팅 6429 / 6420 jongsung.bae@kaist.ac.kr
Cheong Soon Gee GCORE Project Planning and Management 6421 / 6420 bioinpro@kaist.ac.kr
Ham Ji Yun GCORE Project and Administrative Duties 6422 / 6420 hamjy@kaist.ac.kr
최효주 정산 및 회계관리 6423 / 6420 hjchoi83@kaist.ac.kr


Getting Here

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Getting Here

Getting Here

KAIST
Munji Campus
  •  193 Munji-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon (305-732)
  •  http://ouic.kaist.ac.kr

Campus Map

후문,기숙사, A행정동,F학부동, 연구동,L강의동, 식당동, 창조관, 진리관1동, 정문 - 상세내용 아래참조
  • Office of the Associate Vice President (Office of University-Industry Cooperation (Department Building, Room F502)
  • Technology Commercialization Center (Department Building, Room F516-519)
  • Technology Business Incubation Center (Department Building, Room F621)
  • Global University-Industry Cooperation Research Center (Department Building F520)


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Office of University-Industry Cooperation

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The OUIC Brand Mark

The OUIC Brand Mark associates its primary values (Challenge, Cooperation, and Passion) imbedded in a box. Also, a soft square and fresh blue point gives it a youthful image.

OUIC 심볼마크 도전,협력,열정

Logo Combination

The OUIC Identity Mark formation allows the Identity Mark and the Logo Type to combined under standardized and fixed movements (top, bottom, left, and right). It call also combine Korean and English or use mixed combinations, depending on the applied medium. In this case, the Identity Mark is the basic component and the Logo Type mark is the component that bring clear communication.

OUIC 시그니처

Color System

The utilized color code is an important component in creating OUIC’s image and the color background of the Identity Mark can uses colors recorded in this section. In its relationship with the identity mark’s background color it must be clearly visible, and keeps to the color application rule.

OUIC 칼라시스템


Technology Commercialization Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Technology Commercialization Center

Technology Commercialization Center

  • 기술사업화센터 비주얼이미지
    Technology
    Commercialization
    Center

    Your Reassurance Business Partner

    Tech-Transfer is a Contact Sport!


Introduction to the Technology Commercialization Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Introduction to the Technology Commercialization Center

Introduction to the Technology Commercialization Center

상세내용 아래참조

기술사업화센터는 대학의 기술과 기업을 잇는 소통의 매개체입니다. 전략적 특허관리를 통한 기술이전 활성화를 통해 기술공급자와 수요자 사이에 소통의 매개가 되어주는 기술유통의 든든한 파트너 입니다.

  • Interaction with Business
  • Strategic Patent Management
  • 지재권관
  • 기술이전·기술사업화
  • 기업회원제·자회사
  • 전략적 특허관리
  • 수요자 중심특허 정보시스템
  • 새로운 수익창출
  • 산학협력의 전진기지

Department Operation Overview

The Technology Commercialization Center is carrying out various projects for the vitalization of technology marketing through the systematic management of intellectual property. This includes preparation of the patent portfolio, creation of the patent evaluation system and patent information system, researcher education, inventor interview reinforcement and etc. Through these efforts, the Technology Commercialization Center is looking to construct an active licensing system.


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Domestic Patent Process

Technology Commercialization Center > Intellectual Property Rights Management > Domestic Patent Process

Report Invention

The Inventor(faculty, professor, employee, student, researcher) must report their invention by logging on to the Paperless Patent Management System(PPMS). Refer to the manual for specific information on how to report the invention on the Paperless Patent Management System.

발명신고(발명자)→발명강화프로그램(전문기관)→특허출원(전담특허사무소)→특허등록(전담특허사무소)→사후관리(기술사업화센터)

Domestic Patent Application Support Program (Invention Evaluation)

  • Upon receipt of the Invention Report the evaluation committee, consisting of experts in various technology sectors, will evaluate the invention and establish a personalized application strategy.
  • If the Evaluation Committee decides to support a domestic patent application, the application fee, costs arising during the process, and registration fee, and annual fee (up to 4 years) will be funded by the school.
발명신고접수→선행기술조사→발명강화→출원전략 [국내출원(심사청구, 국내출원(무심사청구), 출원포기)]

Filing a Patent Application

Once the decision to support a domestic patent application has been made, the Technology Commercialization Center will send an official request to the exclusive patent office for filing a patent application. Then, the exclusive patent office will draft a specification to file the patent application. The specification fixes the scope of legal protection upon patent registration, making it an important process. The process of drafting the specification, filing patent application, and etc. is conducted through the exclusive patent office.

Registration of establishment of a Patent Right

The decision to grant a patent is made if the patent examiner is not able to find a reason to reject the patent, or after the applicant resolves the reason for rejection. Once the decision to grant a patent has been confirmed, the patent fee must be paid to secure patent right.

Post Management

For up to 4 years upon registration of the patent rignt, the school will pay for the annual fee. Starting from the 5th year, if the patent isn’t being utilized the corresponding patent is abandoned or the annual fee must be paid for by the researching party or research department to maintain the patent.


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Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Overseas Patent Process

Technology Commercialization Center > Intellectual Property Rights Management > Overseas Patent Process

발명신고(발명자)→발명강화프로그램(전문기관)→특허출원(전담특허사무소)→특허등록(전담특허사무소)→사후관리(기술사업화센터)

Patents must be acquired for each country because patents fall under the territorial principle. To apply for overseas patents, the Overseas Patent Support Program may be utilized and/or the inventor may use their research funding to pay for expenses.

Overseas Patent Application Support Program

Outstanding domestic patents will be selected to apply for overseas patents, and the application fee, costs arising during the process, registration fee, and annual fee (up to 4 years) will be funded by the school for these patents.

Procedure

해외출원지원 신청서 제출→최종 발표 평가→해외출원지원(연간3~4회)

Evaluation Criteria

평가항목 - 구분, 평가항목
Division Evaluation Criteria
Technical Potential Technical Progression Possibility, Potential for Technology to Spread, Infiltration Possibility, Technical Suitability, and etc.
Commercial Potential Market Size, Market Outlook, Possibility of Commercialization, Commercialization Availability, and etc.

Application Method

Will be conducted 3~4 times annually and the detailed schedule and forms will be announced separately. (Contact ext. 4796 for any questions)

Request Overseas Patent Application

If the inventor decides to use his or her research fund to pay for the expenses, the inventor may decided whether or not to apply for overseas patent application.

Filing a Patent Application

Once the decision to support an overseas patent application has been made the Technology Commercialization Center will send an official request to the exclusive patent office for filing a patent application. Then, the exclusive patent office will draft a specification to file the patent application. The specification fixes the scope of legal protection upon patent registration, making it an important process. The process of drafting the specification, filing patent application, and etc. is conducted through the exclusive patent office.

Registration of establishment of a Patent Right

The decision to grant a patent is made if the patent examiner is not able to find a reason to reject the patent, or after the applicant resolves the reason for rejection. Once the decision to grant a patent has been confirmed, the patent fee must be paid to secure patent right.

Post Management

For up to 4 years upon registration of the patent right, the school will pay for the annual fee. Starting from the 5th year, if the patent isn’t being utilized, the corresponding patent is abandoned or the annual fee must be paid for by the researching party or research department to maintain the patent.


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Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Policy and Support

Technology Commercialization Center > Intellectual Property Rights Management > Policy and Support

Ownership of In-service Invention

According to the school’s rules on in-service invention, the school will succeed the rights of ownership of in-service invention or patent right of the faculty member(professor, employee, student, researcher, and etc.).

Invention Reinforcement Program

발명신고접수→선행기술조사→발명강화→출원전략[국내출원(심사청구),국내출원(무심사청구)출원포기]

Upon receipt of the Invention Report the evaluation committee, consisting of experts in various technology sectors, will conduct the prior technology investigation and establish a personalized reinforcement application strategy.
If the Evaluation Committee decides to support a domestic patent application due to the Invention Reinforcement Program, the application fee, costs arising during the process, and registration fee, and annual fee (up to 4 years) will be funded by the school.

Overseas Patent Application Support Program

해외출원지원 신청서 제출→사전서면평가→최종발표평가→지원여부결정

Exclusive Patent Office Policy

The school will create, manage, and strengthen utilization capacity of intellectual property rights, and strengthen services for the inventor through the operation of the Exclusive Patent Office Policy.

전담특허사무소-전담특허사무소명, 대표자, 연락처, 전문기술 분야
Office Name Phone Technology Field
Chung Hyun Patent & Law Firm Jin Yang 02-2233-7979 Biochemistry, ICT/SW
BKL IP Group Eunkyeong Lee 02-2188-5454 Mechanical Materials, Biochemistry
YOU ME Patent & Law Firm Won-ho Kim 02-3458-0700 Electrical Electronics, Biochemistry
HONESTY & JR Partners IP Law Group Sung-Ryul Bae, Sang-Chan Lee 02-558-1144 Biochemistry, Electrical Electronics

DURIAM IP Law

(Former S.H. Chang IP & Law)

Suehyun Chang 02-553-6481 ICT/SW, Biochemistry
ALEX Patent & Law Firm Nam Choong-Woo 02-2051-4701 Electrical Electronics, Biochemistry
21st CENTURY Patent & Law Firm Young-Woo Park 02-563-8674 Electrical Electronics, Mechanical Materials
HMP IP & Law Firm Jung-Hyun Suh 02-778-2370 Electrical Electronics, Mechanical Materials
JUNGJIN Intellectual Property Law Firm Soon-Woong Kim 02-6677-7600 Biochemistry, Electrical Electronics
KNP Patent & Law Firm Sung-Ho Kim 02-552-8381 전기전자, 기계 소재
VERITAS Patent & Law Office Chulhee Lee 02-561-7272 Electrical Electronics, ICT/SW
ISIS IP Law LLC. Jungkil Nam 02-566-1915 Electrical Electronics, ICT/SW
FIRSTLAW P.C. Changse Lee 02-589-0001 Electrical Electronics, Mechanical Materials
SKY Patent and Law Firm Wihwan Oh 02-508-7955 Electrical Electronics, Mechanical Materials
PLUS International IP Law Firm OhSig Kwon 042-482-0004 Mechanical Materials, Biochemistry
MAPS Intellectual Property Law Firm Dongheon Shin 02-2051-8200 Biochemistry, Electrical Electronics
YULMIN IP Law Firm In Haeng Lee 02-525-5975 Electrical Electronics, Biochemistry
ZENITH Patent & Law Firm Boo-Hyun Yang 02-888-3066 Biochemistry
MUHANN Patent & Law Firm Jung Tae-Yung 02-511-4210 Electrical Electronics, ICT/SW
P&T Intellectual Property Law Firm SungBo Yang 02-2038-2254 Electrical Electronics, ICT/SW
DAHAI International Patent & Law Firm Kwangwook Kim 02-3487-5960 Mechanical Materials, Electrical Electronics
ASIANA IP Law Office E-Nam Hwang 02-3453-6561 Biochemistry
5T International Patent Law Firm Cheo Young Lee 02-2051-4300 Biochemistry
WON International Patent & Law Firm Won-Hee Lee 02-3453-0507 Biochemistry, Mechanical Materials

The School’s Intellectual Property Rights Regulations

For details regarding the school’s intellectual property rights policies, refer to the school’s On-Duty Invention Regulations, Technology License Agreement and Technology Licensing Fee, and etc.


Technology Commercialization Center

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Brand Management

Technology Commercialization Center > Intellectual Property Rights Management > Brand Management

KAIST Brand & Brand Management and Use

To become the best science and technology university the brand must be intrinsically competitive and systematically managed in order to secure competitiveness. In other words science, technology, culture, and emotion must serve as the foothold to establish a differentiated university brand, and the active use of the trademark and brand must be utilized to establish its foundation.

  • For questions related to the use of the brand contact: 042-350-4796

To Report Violations Regarding the Use of the Trademark

위반업체접수→위반경위조사→1차조치사항→2차조치사항→사후관리

Register Businesses Utilizing the Brand

상세내용 아래참조
  1. 상표신청 업체 파악 및 선별 / 상표신청 요청기업과 접촉(전화,이메일,대면등)
  2. 공문접소(상표사용신청서,서약서,제안서,업체사업계획성 등)
  3. 내부검토 및 현장실사 - 제출된 서류에 대한 내부검토과정(담당자,관련부서장,산학협력단장 등)
  4. 1차 결정 - 내부검토+ 현장실시종합평가 - 기술사업화위원회 심의안건 상정여부확정
  5. 기술사업화위원회 안건준비
  6. 위원회 심의통과
  7. 계약체결 및 상표사용승인 통지공문 발송 카이스트 브랜드 사용인증서포함
  8. 사용료징수 카이스트브랜드 사용인증서 포함
  9. 상표사용 수익금 배분관리


Technology Commercialization Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Technology Transfer Overview

Technology Commercialization Center > Technology Transfer‧ Technology Marketing > Technology Transfer Overview

What is Technology Transfer?

The founding purpose of KAIST was to link science and industry and for science and technology to be applied, grow, and develop. Technology transfer is a pillar that fulfills this role and our research output being transformed into products and is aiding public and social economic development.
Technology transfer is generally defined as the transferring of discovered knowledge to the public. This type of transfer may occur through publications, educated students joining the workforce, exchange through conferences, or links with industry. However, in this guidebook, technology transfer is defined as the technology transfer to a 3rd party, under the guidance of the university, research institution, or employees of businesses working actively in various fields for this type of activity.

Primary Regulations of University Technology Transfer

University Technology Transfer Principle

Important details for the university regarding the conclusion of a technology transfer contract [Technology Implementation Contract and technology fee Regulations]

What is the purpose and what benefits are given to the Professor (Chief of Research) for participating in technology transfer?

Although each researcher may have different reasons, the following will probably be included.

How is Technology Transferred?

Generally the transfer of technology is dependant on locations that permit the 3rd party use of KAIST’s intellectual property rights through an agreement of a specific technology or field. Such approval may or may not be exclusive. Furthermore, the recipient of the technology transfer (the 3rd party that will receive the technology) can be a startup or a previously established company. The license includes actual conditions that must be fulfilled or requires payments the company must make to KAIST. Such payments will be shared with the inventor and are also allocated to each department and research institution to support education and participation of future technology transfer procedures.

What does the Technology Commercialization Center Support?

The Technology Commercialization Center is an organization of KAIST consisting of experts in legal matters, business development, and technology transfer. All experts have abundant experience in technology, including but not limited to the fields of natural science, biological science, and information technology. These experts manage new technologies developed in KAIST laboratories and take on the role of transferring such technologies.

Technology Commercialization Center Division of Duties

표 -성명,담당업무,전화/팩스,이메일을 제공하고 있음
Name Technology Field Duties Phone(Ext.) E-mail
Oh Seung Hwan ICT
Software
Discover Technology, Establish Patent Strategy, Technology Marketing, Conclude Contracts 2971 / 4150 sho@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Hee Tae Biochemistry 2974 / 4150 sekos@kaist.ac.kr
Seo Moon Jong Mechanical Materials 2973 / 4150 mjseo@kaist.ac.kr
Park Ho Cheul Electrical Electronics 4795 / 4150 parkhc590@kaist.ac.kr
Park Sung Jun Display Semiconductors 4791 / 4150 james.park@kaist.ac.kr
Choi Bong Geun Common Statistic Management, Contract Management, Technology Fee Management 4793 / 4150 bkch@kaist.ac.kr


Technology Commercialization Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

NDA, MTA and Overseas Technology Transfer

Technology Commercialization Center > Technology Transfer‧ Technology Marketing > NDA, MTA and Overseas Technology Transfer

Concerning the Conclusion of the NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement)

About Concluding the MTA (Material Transfer Agreement)

KAIST Policy Regarding the Material Transfer Agreement

Due to active research exchange between KAIST and other institutions, internal and external Material Transfer Agreements are increasing. Accordingly, for non-commercial research purpose MTA’s, the number of unnecessary administrative duties is being decreased.

Duty Processing Procedure

Are divided by type of MTA

업무처리절차 4가지유형 - profit, non-profit(addgene포함)
  Profit Non-Profit (Addgene Included)
(to) KAIST Utilize form transmitted by the relevant institution Utilize the relevant institutions provided form, or use a Simple Letter Agreement, Addgene Form, or etc.
(from) KAIST Utilize the Standard KAIST MTA Contract May utilize a Simple Letter Agreement

Classification dependant on if MTA is For Profit or Non-Profit

Prior Decision and Approval for Overseas Technology Transfer of Strategic Technology/National Core Technology

Prior Approval of Strategic Technology

Prior Approval Procedure of Strategic Technology

Prior Approval of National Core Technology

National Core Technology Prior Approval Procedure


Technology Commercialization Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Related Documents and Forms Download

Technology Commercialization Center > Technology Transfer‧ Technology Marketing > Related Documents and Forms Download


Business Membership System

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Business Membership System

Business Membership System

Industrial Liaison Program Introduction

  • The Industrial Liaison Program is a support program linking the university and industry by utilizing KAIST’s outstanding resources(professors and students, researchers, R&D output, patent, technology, know-how, and etc.) in order to strengthen technological development and R&D capacity of small and medium size enterprises and startup companies.
  • A myriad of services are offered to member companies such as prior R&D planning, technical consultation, design improvement, idea deduction, technical information support, investment support, startup infrastructure support, equipment support, and etc.

Industrial Liaison Program Operation Process

KAIST’s outstanding resources(technology, patent, know-how, human resources, and etc.) will be utilized throughout the entire process, starting from the stage of idea conception and includes the enhancement of the business item, discovery and pioneering of new markets, to the realization of commercialization.

기업회원제 운영 프로세스 - 상세내용 아래참조

 

ILP Member Services

지원서비스 - 상세내용 아래참조

Industrial Liaison Program Special Project

기업 회원제 스페셜 프로젝트 - 상세내용 아래참조

Establish the AI Business Support Center

Predict technologies with future demand and through maximization of business support create an impressionable AI based wire to wire

사업목표 - 상세내용 아래참조

*t-Cloud(Technology Cloud): is the concept of an AI based DB that collects related domestic and international information centered around all of KAIST’s information on technology, patent, academia, and etc. with the purpose of providing personalized information catering to the needs of a business

Conclusion of the Seongnam-KAIST University-Industry Cooperation MOU

Industrial Liaison Program Liaison Officer

기업회원제 Liaison Officer - 담당자,담당업무,연락처,이메일
Name Duty Extension E-mail
Kim Dae SungBusiness Membership System Operation2975bigstar@kaist.ac.kr
Park Jae HongBusiness Membership System Operation2972jahopa@kaist.ac.kr
Kim Young JaeBusiness Membership System Operation2175caucow@kaist.ac.kr


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Relevant Forms Download

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Technology Business Incubation Center

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Technology Business Incubation Center

Technology Business Incubation Center

  • 창업보육센터 비주얼이미지
    Technology
    BUSINESS
    INCUBATION
    Center

    KAIST the Center of Science and Technology,
    Leading the World. KAIST’s Venture from Korea to the World


Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Introduction to the Technology Business Incubation Center

Technology Business Incubation Center > Introduction to the Technology Business Incubation Center > Introduction to the Technology Business Incubation Center

상세내용 아래참조

KAIST 창업보육센터는 국내 최대 규모 보육센터로서, 국내 최초로 아시아창업보육협회(AABI) 최우수 창업보육센터로 선정된 바 있습니다. ㈜골프존 등 11개 기업은 KOSDAQ에 상장시켰으며, 현재도 지속 성장 가능한 우수기업을 발굴하여 스타기업으로 육성하기 위해 노력하고 있습니다.

VISION 세계를 선도하는 과학기술의 중심 KAIST의 Tech Venture를 국가와 세계로
  • GOAL글로벌 벤처창업 플랫폼과 문화조성
  • strategy
    • Entrepreneurship
      • 기업가정신 교육
      • 비즈니스 경진대회
      • Idea 클럽
      • Creative Space
      • 창조 DNA 배양
    • Startup KAIST
      • E5-KAIST & Velocity
      • 창업동아리
      • 연구원특화 창업
      • 맞춤형 창업
      • 예비창업자 등
    • Incubating Company
      • Hidden Champion 육성
      • CEO 커뮤니티
      • HR Marketplace
      • 산학협력 기금조성
      • 기술지원 및 사업화
    • Global Partnership
      • 해외 Accelerator
        • 미국 (Silicon Valley)
        • 유럽 네트워크 (EBN)
        • 아시아 (AABI)
      • 국내 외 협력기관 등
  • Action Planstrategy와 같음
  • Core Service
    • Education
    • Tech Service
    • Biz Management
    • Fund & Marketing

Operation Overview

The KAIST Technology Business Incubation Center is a comprehensive ecosystem that serves as a bridge connecting idea’s and entrepreneurship. Furthermore, it has the goal of producing star companies by offering the Future Service Program and Network as a means of aiding the development of established startups while constructing a revolutionary business incubation system to help their growth.


Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Contact Information

Technology Business Incubation Center > Introduction to the Technology Business Incubation Center > Contact Information

Personnel Directory Organized by Task

The following numbers are extensions to the person in charge at the Daejeon Campus (Please press 042-350-extension when calling or sending a fax from off-campus)

업무담당자 - 성명,담당업무,전화,팩스,이메일
Primary Responsibility Telephone Number Fax Number
Overlooks all operations
(Director)
4739 4780
Income and Incubation Expense Accounts 4732 4780
Business Information and Consulting Support 4737 4780
BI Incubation Capacity Support 4735 4780
Corporation Management (Recruitment and Contracts) 4734 4780
Corporation Management (Space and Asset Management) 4736 4780
Renting of Personalized Startup and Take-off Package Facility and Conference Room 4733 4780
Government Project Personalized Startup and Take-off Package 4731 4780
Government Project Personalized Startup and Take-off Package 4738 4780



Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Application Information to Move-in

Technology Business Incubation Center > Moving-in > Application Information to Move-in

입주절차
Discovering In-demand Companies and Technologies
  • Companies wishing to move-in may apply online
  • Upload business plan and attach necessary documents
Document Evaluation
  • Review submitted documents and submit missing documents
  • If false information is entered, the applicants will be disqualified from evaluation
On-site Evaluation (if needed)
  • On-site visit and check integrity of business plan
  • If false information is entered, applicant will be disqualified from evaluation
On-site Evaluation (if needed)
  • Presentation and interview for applicants that have passed the document and on-site evaluation
Final Evaluation
  • Specialized external institution evaluation
Move-in Approval Notification
  • Notify company of move-in approval
Sign Move-in Contract
  • In accordance to the prescribed form the move-in contract must be confirmed within 30 days of the move-in approval notice
Moving in to the Center
  • Move-in within 30 days of the receipt of the move-in approval notice
Outcome Evaluation
  • Outcome evaluation will be conducted at least once a year
Move-in Extension and Graduation/Eviction
  • Once the term of the move-in contract has come to an end, an evaluation will be conducted to transfer or extend the companies stay
  • Graduation/Eviction
Post Graduation
  • Upon graduation a 3 year partnership will be confirmed in accordance to the contract


Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Support Information

Technology Business Incubation Center > Moving-in > Support Information

Hidden Champion Nurturing Project

Subject to the company selected as the Best Nurtured Business of the Year

The Hidden Champion Nurturing Project will support the enterprise with marketing abroad, global market investigation and other related processes so that the enterprise can become selected as a “World Class 300”

Education

Education to Strengthen Capacity of the Nurtured Business

  • Education programs will be implemented for the nurtured company and its employees (last week of every month)
  • Education regarding basic entrepreneurship and management, personalized education, and success stories

Special Lecture Program

  • Special lecture given by renowned entrepreneurs Mentoring & Networking

Mentoring & Networking

Mentoring

  • Mentoring from leading companies from Daeduk Innopolis and experienced Technology Business Incubation Center companies
  • Specialized mentoring from VC’s, angel investors, the accelerator network

Network Construction

  • Construction and vitalization of a network of experts from various industry sectors
  • Sharing of current network status, expert consulting linking and support Technology

Technology

Technology Transaction and Technology Evaluation Support

  • Support for intellectual property rights and technology transfer through the KAIST Technology Business Incubation Center

Technical Difficulty Support

  • Support for accreditation (domestic and abroad), evaluation test, and design through collaboration with government funded and related institutions

KAIST Professor and Technology Mentoring Support

  • Securement of exclusive personnel for technical advice and corporation matching Marketing

Marketing

Partnership with a Professional Marketing Company

  • Strategy establishment, market research, brand and design development and etc.

Small and medium size business administration support through BI Project support and linkage with related support projects

Company PR and Press Advertisement

  • Press advertisement support through management evaluations of awarded companies, new product development and etc.
  • Support through press conferences, company information sessions and etc.

Human Resources

Will link and participate in recruitment fairs

KAIST Student Intern Utilization Program (ActionLearning Program)

Fund

Will periodically host IR for funding

Will utilize the KAIST network and arrange individual meetings with VC’s, angel’s, and companies founded by KAIST alumni

Will recommend company to periodic forums

Information

Will be published in the monthly KAIST TBIC Newsletter

  • Will provide information necessary for business activity and provide news regrading nurtured businesses

Will be notified of business information about government funded and related institutions

Will provide utilization information regarding SNS(mobile homepage, twitter, and etc. Facilities

Facilities

Will allow use of conference rooms, seminar rooms, for free or for a charge

May use campus facilities such as the library, gym, clinic, swimming pool, cafeteria and etc.

May use joint-research equipment for experimentation and analysis


Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Move-in Categories

Technology Business Incubation Center > Moving-in > Move-in Categories

Move-in Classification

입주구분 - 기업구분, Start up, Jump up, Hidden Champion
Business Classification Start up Jump up Hidden Champion
Application Requirements

A new business that has been established for less than 3 years OR an entrepreneur preparing to start a business

※ The start-up or individual business owner must be establish itself as a corporation within 6 months

Businesses that satisfy the requirements must be a corporation or research center that has been established for less than 5 years Business that have been established for more than 5 years and move-in for technological innovation
Move-in Term

3 years

※ May move up to the “Jump up” stage upon evaluation after expiration of the initial contract

2years

※ May move up to the “Hidden Champion” stage upon evaluation after expiration of previous contract

3years

※ Term may be extended upon evaluation

Nomination Standards

Evaluation for moving in will be conducted by the Evaluation Committee composed of experts, and the presentation and submitted documents will be used for evaluation. An on-site inspection may be conducted, if necessary.
※ If there are changes in the business plan/direction or representative after moving in, the start-up may be reevaluated

  • Move-in Application Document Evaluation
  • On-site inspection of corporation applying to move in (if necessary)
  • Corporations who pass the document and on-site evaluation will then be evaluated through a presentation and interview

※ If there are changes in the business plan/direction, or representative after moving in, the start-up must repeat the move-in evaluation process

Application and Required Documents

Online Registration : http://tbic.kaist.ac.kr
Start up, Jump up, Hidden Champion

  • Move-in Application and Business Plan (refer to attachment file)
  • 1 copy of Business Registration (if registration is needed)
  • 1 copy of Corporate Registration (include any changes, preparing entrepreneurs are excluded)
  • Financial Statements of the previous year (preparing entrepreneurs are excluded)
  • Verification of academic degree of the representative (documents verifying undergraduate degree and latest degree conferred)
  • 1 copy of document proving intellectual property rights (includes pending patents)
  • Forms agreeing to have credit information/score checked (refer to attachments)

Businesses share of expenses

기업부담금 - 기업구분, Start up, Jump up, Hidden Champion
Business Classification, Start up Jump up Hidden Champion
Facility Management Fee Monthly payment of 30,000KRW per 3.3㎡(1 pyeong) of area for exclusive use Monthly payment of 50,000KRW per 3.3㎡(1 pyeong) of area for exclusive use
Performance Guarantee
  • Register for Performance Guarantee Insurance for the contract term or for 1 year(12 months)
  • Seoul Guarantee Insurance Company
Start-up Nurturing Fund ※ As the business grows with KAIST as a global corporation, it may donate stock to help create a state of the art business incubation environment
Other Expenses
  • Each company will have to pay for electricity according to the amount used
  • LAN Usage Fee will cost 10,000KRW per IP
    Network Usage Fee
    Current New
    Fee per IP Fee per IP Router (1EA) Cost Total
    10,000 KRW 10,000 KRW Router with 4 ports 10,000 KRW 20,000 KRW
    Router with 8 ports 30,000 KRW 40,000 KRW
    Router with 16 ports 70,000 KRW 80,000 KRW
    Router with more than 24 ports 110,000 KRW 12,000 KRW

    For information security purposes, authorization must be given for use of routers and/or wireless.


Technology Business Incubation Center

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Support Facilities

Technology Business Incubation Center > Moving-in > Support Facilities

Basic Equipment

  • Telephone, LAN, Communication Network, and etc. are provided
  • Communal Equipment (Fax machine, Copy machine, Laptop, Projector, Scanner, and etc.)

Other Facilities

  • Communal Facilities: Conference Room, Seminar Room, Media Lecture Room, Innovation Cafe, and etc.
  • Additional Facilities: Fitness Room, Library, Auditorium, Break Room, Cafeteria, and etc.

Conference Room Reservation Request

  • Businesses On-site: Log-in then go to MyPage and request to reserve the communal facility of your choice
회의실 예약 - 구분(세미나실, 회의실, 이노창조카페), 위치, 수용가능인원, 이용시간, 입주업체, 외부기업
Division Location Capacity Open Hours On-site Corporations Off-site Corporations
Large Conference Room Room L509 54 Seats Weekdays during working hours * No Usage Fee *Make reservations online(http://tbic.kaist.ac.kr) N/A
Medium Conference Room Room T218 20 seats Weekdays during working hours *No Usage Fee *Make reservations online(http://tbic.kaist.ac.kr) N/A
Room A611 18 seats
Room F603 16 seats
Small Conference Room Room T101 12 seats Weekdays during office hours (3 hour maximum) * No Usage Fee *Make reservations online (http://tbic.kaist.ac.kr) N/A
Room 107
Room F717
Room A403
Innovation Cafe 1st floor lobby of the Department Building May be used at any time


Business Information

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Business Information

Business Information

3-3. Business Information


Start-up information/Announcements

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Start-up information/Announcements

Start-up information/Announcements

3-4. Start-up information/Announcements


Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

  • Global
    Center for
    Open
    Research with
    Enterprise

    GCORE Open Platform :
    R&D collaboration between global excellent Post-Doc and partner company


Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

GCORE Introduction

Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise > GCORE Introduction > GCORE Introduction

GCORE Maching System - PARTNER COMPANIES, KAIST, POST-DOC

Greetings by Head of GCORE Center

KAIST OUIC(Office of University-Industry Cooperation) has established “GCORE (Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise)”organization to implement an innovative industry-university collaboration model to contribute to the creation of new industries.

GCORE builds a ‘GCORE open matching platform’ to attract ①Global excellent postdoc and utilize ②KAIST’s infrastructure to solve the needs of ③partner companies. GCORE aims to provide students with the opportunity to accumulate their research capacity by leading them to solve the problems of their partner companies.


Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

GCORE History and Vision

Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise > GCORE Introduction > GCORE History and Vision

상세내용 아래참조
  • VISION

    국내,외 우수한 R&D 인력의 산학 선순환 플랫폼 구축으로 국가 경쟁력 강화 기여

  • 01

    기업문제 해결을 위한 GCORE 개방형 혁신 플랫폼 구축

  • 02

    PostDoc중심의 선진화된 미래형 연구수행 체계 시도

History

2017March Establishment of GCORE Center
April Organization of head of GCORE center and committee
April Progression of GCORE Research project
July Execution of First GCORE Project


Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

GCORE direction and Strategy

Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise > GCORE Introduction > GCORE direction and Strategy

상세내용 아래참조
  • 개방성

    대학과 기업이 언제 어디서나 함께 협력하는 개방형 산학협력 모델

  • 유연성

    기업 수요 맞춤의 연구팀 구성, 폐쇄가 자유로운 일몰형 조직

  • 수월성

    우수 PostDoc의 유치활용을 통한 KAIST 연구역량,인지도 제고

  • 창의성

    기업가정신, 융합 R&D 전문성 교육강화로 창의적 혁신역량 강화

GCORE Progress Strategy

GCORE Open Matching Platform

R&D Key Point center

Attraction system for Post-Doc


Global Center for Open Research with Enterprise

Office of University-Industry Cooperation

GCORE Organization

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  • 글로벌 산학협력 연구센터(GCORE) 센터장
  • 센터 운영위원회
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Organization

NameWorkPhoneFaxEmail
Jongwon Yu(Head of Center)Direct GCORE Project042-350-3478/6420042-350-6420drjwyu67@kaist.ac.kr
Jongseong Bae(Professor) Convergence Technology, Intellectual Property, Professional Writing 042-350-6429 ongsung.bae@kaist.ac.kr
Soonki CheongGCORE Project Planning042-350-6421bioinpro@kaist.ac.kr
Jiyun HamGCORE Project management & Promotion042-350-6422hamjy@kaist.ac.kr
Hyo Joo Choi GCORE Aaccounting 042-350-6423 hjchoi83@kaist.ac.kr

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GCORE Research Project Introduction

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GCORE Research project

Platform to attract globally talented Post-Doc and utilize their R&D capability with KAIST’s infrastructure to solve the needs of partner companies and contribute to the creation of new industries.

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Technical Development

Technical development based on industrial demand utilizing KAIST’s infrastructure and excellent R&D researcher(Post-Doc)

R&D Manpower Traning System

Growth bridgehead to lead globally talented Post-Doc and internal and external manpower

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GCORE Research Project Mission

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GCORE Research Project Type and Fund

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Project Type

Proceed the project effectively as research subject, application type and etc

TypeKey featureMajor Content
A Dispatch of Postdoc to the company(Plug-In Lab) Postdoc dispatched to partner company for R&D
  • Attract and utilize postdoc based on research topics proposed by companies
  • After selecting a partner company, dispatch postdoc to the company’
B Dispatch of company’s researchers to KAIST’s Lab. (Open-Lab) Cooperative research by dispatching the company’s researcher to KAIST’s Lab
  • Attract and utilize postdoc based on research topics proposed by companies and Labs
  • Dispatch of partner company’s researcher to KAIST’s Lab
C Customized for individual company GCORE Lab researchers (Postdoc+KAIST) perform research projects proposed by the company
  • After selecting R&D demand of parter companies, GCORE lab researchers perform research project (within a year).
D Business start-up type through technology transfer GCORE’s lab researcher performs in-depth research using KAIST dormant patents and transfer research results to partner companies
GCORE Lab‘s researcher utilize the Hi-tech research results as start-up items

※ Prefer C type

Project Fund(1 year)

GCORE Fund

KAIST GCORE Fund : KRW 85,000,000
Post-Doc SalaryResearch fund
KRW 50,000,000(incl. Vat) KRW 35,000,000

Partner Company fund (Research type: A,B,C)

Matching research fund : KRW 15,000,000

Total research fund (GCORE fund + Partner company fund) KRW100,000,000/1year

Qualification for Application


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GCORE Research Project Process

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GCORE Research Project process
  1. Call for proposalsGCORE Center
  2. Submission of Application FormPartner Company, KAIST Professor, Global Talent Post-Doc
  3. Review of proposals GCORE Center
  4. Selection Committee
  5. Submission of detailed project planPartner Company, KAIST Professor, Global Talent Post-Doc
  6. Recruitment of Postdoc GCORE Center
  7. Construct research team by task Committee
  8. Perform research by type Research Team (Post-Doc)
  9. Performance evaluation GCORE Center


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GCORE Research team

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GCORE Research Team
Research Team 1
(AI)
  • Post Doc: Kangwook Lee
  • Professor: Changho Seo, KAIST
  • Company: KAKAO Brain
  • Subject: Deep Learning-based Recommendation Algorithms: Theory
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-07-01
Research Team 2
(Applied Science)
  • Post Doc: Sourav Sarkar
  • Professor: Suhyun Kim, KAIST
  • Company: K LAB
  • Subject: A Study on Nanomaterial Saturable Absorber in Femtosecond Laser based TPEF for Micro Urinalysis
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-07-01
Research Team 3
(Nano-Opctics)
  • Post Doc: Sangyun Han
  • Professor: Hanseok Lee, KAIST
  • Company: Opticis
  • Subject: Integration of low-noise Brilluoin laser on semiconductor chip
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-07-01
Research Team 4
(Electronic Engineering)
  • Post Doc : Y. Ashok Kumar Reddy
  • Professor: HeeChul Lee, KAIST
  • Company: i3 System
  • Subject: The research on TiO2-x films for development of improved infrared detectors
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-08-01
Research Team 5
(Construction and environmental engineering)
  • Post Doc : Peipei Liu
  • Professor: Hoon Sohn, KAIST
  • Company: TM ENC
  • Subject: The research on micro damage detection using noncontact laser ultrasonic techniques
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-09-01
Research Team 6
(Social Science)
  • Post Doc: Seongmi Kim
  • Professor: Heekyung Park, KAIST
  • Company: PDK limited
  • Subject: A study on development of education contents and learning systems for safety society using mixed-reality technology
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-10-01
Research Team 7
(Applied Science)
  • Post Doc: Byunggi Kim
  • Professor: SeungWoo Kim, KAIST
  • Company: Lasernics
  • Subject: High Power Femtosecond Laser Development and Its Applications
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-10-01
Research Team 8
(Electronic Engineering)
  • Post Doc: Sergey G. Menabde
  • Professor: MinSeok Jang, KAIST
  • Company: NanoLambda Korea
  • Subject: Resonant interference across plasmonic waveguide gap
  • GCORE Research Project Start Date: 2017-10-01


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