Plenary Sessions

 
Opening Ceremony & Keynote Nov. 7 (Mon), 10:30-12:00, Auditorium
 
Organization WEEF & GEDC 2016, Seoul Organizing Committee
Subtitles Engineering Education for Smart Society

Innovations for a Platinum Society

Hiroshi Komiyama

Former president, University of Tokyo
Japan

Smart POSCO, Leading the Smart Industry Initiative


Ohjoon Kwon

CEO, POSCO
Korea

The Grand Challenges for Engineering and Grand Challenges Scholars Program


C. D. Mote, Jr.

President, National Academy of Engineering
USA
 
 
Plenary I Nov. 7 (Mon),13:00 -14:30, Auditorium
 
Organization Korea Engineering Deans Council (KEDC) , Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC)
Subtitles The Emerging Smart Society

Policies for Engineering Education and University-Industry Cooperation in Korea for the 4th Industrial Revolution

Lee Joonsik

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education
Korea

Smart Society from a Semiconductor Perspective

Kinam Kim

President, Samsung Electronics
Korea

Digital Esperanto

Xavier Fouger

Senior Director, Dassault Systems
France
 
 
Plenary II Nov. 8 (Tue),09:00 -10:10, Auditorium
 
Organization Korean Society for Engineering Education (KSEE) , International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES)
Subtitles Industrial 4.0, Smart City, and Smart Living

Opportunities and Challenges for Technology Companies


Steve (Tchang Hun) Oh

Senior Vice President, LG Electronics
Korea

Major Challenges in the Era of Industry 4.0: Business Models and the Organization of Work


Arnold Picot

Director, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen

Smart City Technologies and Future Citizens


Tai Sik Lee

President, KICT
Korea
 
 
Plenary III Nov. 8 (Tue), 13:20 -14:30, Auditorium
 
Organization Center for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (WISET)
Subtitles Gender Diversity in Engineering Education

Improvement of mechanical engineering curriculum considering gendered innovation


Wooil Lee

Vice-president, Seoul National University
Korea

Women in Engineering (WIE) Programs in Korea: Achievements and Challenges


Myongsook Oh

President, Association of Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
Korea

Educating for the future: Socially responsible engineering education


Carmen Leicht-scholten

Carmen Leicht-Scholten Professor, Achen University
Germany
 
 
Plenary IV Nov. 9 (Wed), 09:00 -10:10, Auditorium
 
Organization Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea (ABEEK)
Subtitles Practices and Mutual Benchmarking in Accreditation of Engineering Educational Programs Worldwide

The Washington Accord: Past Lessons and Challenges Ahead on Accreditation of Engineering Educational Programs Worldwide


Andrew Wo

Chair, Washington Accord
Taiwan

ABET Experiences: Recent Changes to Governance and Criteria


Michael Milligan

CEO, ABET
USA

Accreditation of Engineering Educational Programs in Korea: Issues and Solutions


Jung Soo Kim

Vice President, ABEEK
Korea
 
 
Plenary V 2016 Global University Industry Cooperation Forum Nov. 9 (Wed), 13:20 -14:30, Auditorium
 
Organization Ministry of Education, Korea

Creativity Inspired Innovation


Peter Kelly

Professor, Finland Aalto University
Finland
 
 
Plenary VI Nov. 10 (Thu), 14:30 -16:30, KINTEX
 
Organization Korean Association of Innovation Centers for Engineering Education (KAICEE)

The 4th Generation of Engineers: Is Engineering Education Ready?


Lueny Morell

Founder and Director, InnovaHiEd
Puerto Rico

The 4th Generation of Engineers: Is Engineering Education Ready?


Michael E. Auer

Vice-Rector, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences
Austria

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Korean Engineers


Seok-Hee Lee

Executive Vice President and DRAM Chief Operating Officer, SK hynix
Austria