KCG group led by Kyoto University of Information Studies (KCGI), Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), and government-affiliated information and communications research in Korea, with a view to network information security that is urgently being developed with the advent of an advanced information society The “Japan-Korea Tripartite Joint Seminar” by the Institute of Electronic Communication Research (ETRI) was held at the The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Kyoto Station Front Satellite and Kyoto Computer Gakuin Kyoto Station Front School on October 16-19. It was.
In addition to ETRI, which has a partnership with KCG Group in the fields of research and education, the Korea Information Security Agency (KISA), Korea University's Graduate School of Information Protection, and FPT of Vietnam also participated to explore ways for joint development and joint commercialization of technology by the three countries.
In addition, Scott Ross, one of the pioneers of digital media, founder of Digital Domain, Inc. and director of ILM (Industrial Light and Magic), gave a special lecture on the behind-the-scenes of films he has produced, including "Day After Tomorrow," "I, Robot" and "Titanic.
Other events included an exhibition of actual and photo panels of large- and medium-sized general-purpose computers from the 1970s, and a "data transmission speed competition" in the form of a relay race among KCG students.