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August 2007 Project on Cheju Island, South Korea

Held a briefing session for Japanese companies in Jeju

The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics holds a Japanese company briefing session from August 20 to August 22, 2007 in Jeju Special Self-Governing Province.The event of the Japanese company briefing is unprecedented in Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, and has received great support from our sister school, Jeju University and Jeju Special Self-Governing Agency, and Jeju International Free City Development Center.Participating companies such as All Nippon Information Information Association Federation, Hokkaido Information System Industry Association, and member companies of Kansai Electronics Information Industry Society were selected, which has spurred the preparation for the briefing session.

Our school organized this Japanese company briefing event in response to the shortage of human resources of Japanese IT companies. It aims to contribute both to securing overseas human resources for Japanese companies, and to human resource development in Jeju, South Korea.It is also expected to play a major role in attracting Japanese companies to the Jeju Advanced Science and Industrial Park.I hope that both Japan and Korea will achieve great results through this Japanese company briefing.

Hosted a Japan-Korea joint seminar in Jeju Island, Korea

Our school is scheduled to hold an international joint seminar on information security in the Ubiquitous Society from August 29 to August 31, 2007 at the Ramada Hotel in Jeju Special Self-Governing Province.The participants from Japan, beside our school, include Mitsubishi Research Institute, Hyper Network Society Research Institute, and so on. From the Korean side, co-organizers such as Korea Institute of Electronic Communication, Korea University, LG CNS, etc. will participate, and discuss the topics in the field of information security in the “ubiquitous era”. This seminar was launched in 2005 by the Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics and Korea University Graduate School of Information Security with the intention of joint research on information security on the Internet.

Hong Seung Ko