Largest Number of Teams Selected From KAIST at 2007 LG Global Challenger Contest
The largest number of teams has been selected from KAIST at 2007 LG Global Challenger Contest
Despite of the record high competitive rate of 30/ 800, the largest number of teams has been selected from KAIST at 2007 LG Global Challenger Contest.
LG Global Challenger Contest is an exploration program where undergraduate and graduate students perform explorations on their own schedules and share the results with the public online.
Thus far, about 1,500 students from 410 teams have participated in the contest, and the contest is now regarded as the most representative overseas exploration program among university students, showing the average competitive rate of 1/ 20.
Exploration teams are selected by thorough examination and the members of selected teams have to complete the preliminary education program. The exploration teams will perform two-week overseas exploration on their own schedule during the summer vacation and their exploration activities will be relayed through the official web site of the contest by the designated team for online relay.
The exploration teams are obliged to submit the result reports, and the winners of the prize for good reports will be granted scholarship and employment privileges. The followings are the selected teams from KAIST:
Topic: U-Eco City, Advanced city where nature and human are well harmonized
Members: A-Chim Chang (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Hyuk-Il Cho (Department of Computer Sciences)
Jung-Hyun Hong (Department of Industrial Engineering)
Seung-Kyun Ryu (Department of Computer Sciences)
Topic: The trend of unmanned ground vehicle development and its influence on unmanned society
Members: Moon-Jung Byun (Department of Mechanical Engineering)
Joon-Seok Park (Department of Electrical Engineering)
Hye-Sun Hyun (Department of Electrical Engineering)
Jong-Hoon Kim (Department of Electrical Engineering)
Team Impediment-free ODA
Topic: Future way of Korean ODA
Members: Joon-Youn Kim (Department of Industrial Engineering)
Jae-Min Kim (Department of Industrial Engineering)
Yoon-Jung Choi (Department of Industrial Engineering)
Seul-Ki Lee (Department of Industrial Engineering)
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