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KAIST Opens CFTS​
View : 11593 Date : 2007-04-19 Writer : ed_news

- To research the prevention of the illegal production of security technologies

- Total 1.5 billion won of research expenses and 102 researchers to be invested for the next three years
- Opening ceremony at the computer science building, KAIST on April 13 at 10 am

KAIST (President Nam-Pyo Suh) will open ‘the Center of Fusion Technology for Security (CFTS)’ under the auspices of the Korea Minting & Security Printing Corporation (KOMSCO, President Hae-Sung Lee) to undertake researches over the prevention of illegal reproduction of security technologies. The opening ceremony was held at the computer science building, KAIST on Friday, April 13.

Total .1.5 billion won of research expenses and 102 researchers will be invested in the center for the next three years.

Main research fields are ▲ advanced IT-based information concealment methods ▲ utilization of energy transfer luminescence in host guest nano-substances ▲ the utilization of quantum-dot, non-crystal carbon and piezoelectric elements ▲ development of radio frequency identification (RFID), optical, biological security element-applied technologies, etc.

“We’ll develop fusion technologies for security that can easily detect forgeries and alterations of security products by introducing advanced IT, optical, chemical engineering, and biological elements. The development of core technologies applied to security products will activate domestic security markets and enable the export of relevant technologies,” said General Research Director Heung-Kyu Lee, a professor of Computer Sciences.

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