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Activities

2021

[Student Workstations] Magumagu

Research on the direction of smart city projects and suggestions

[Student Workstations] Kamba Kangu

Connecting real estate stakeholders to establish a safe residence for Zimbabwe students

[Lectures for All (LearnUs] Techinque and Strategy For Sustainable Community Development
Professor Han Sang-Il

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[Lectures for All (LearnUs] 4th Industrial Revolution and Smart City as a Platform -
Professor KAB SUNG KIMThe city is a platform where the recent technologies related to the 4th industrial revolution are applied.The new technologies such as D.N.A. (Data, Network, AI) could change our cities and our life.What will happen with new technologies? Discuss the definition of smart city, the government policies, and real practices.

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Yonsei University has opened a Smart City course to foster global talents
Yonsei University has opened a Smart City Master's and Doctor's course at graduate schools and is operating a convergence curriculum to foster smart city talent. To this end, professors in a diverse department such as urban engineering, industrial engineering, computer science, and electrical and electronic engineering developed educational programs that encompass infrastructure, technology, and services of smart cities. Emphasizing the importance of convergence education, the Yonsei Smart City course aims to produce Smart City experts who solve urban problems by integrating and converging each technology such as big data, AI, Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G, and contribute to achieving SDG 11.3 By 2030, enhance inclusive and sustainable urbanization and capacity for participatory, integrated and sustainable human settlement planning and management in all countries. In particular, by signing a business agreement with Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and opening a joint degree program, it will also expand international exchange support programs related to smart cities, and joint participation in international projects.
Yonsei University College of Engineering held the second performance briefing session on community problem-solving education
Yonsei University College of Engineering has operated ‘Solving Community Problems in Seobuk 3-gu’ program, which encourages a group of students, professors, and experts to discover, diagnose, and seek solutions to various local problems engaging with residents and stakeholders (SDG 11.3) in the 3 northwestern districts in Seoul (Eunpyeong-gu, Mapo-gu, Seodaemun-gu). The session was held to present the excellence of the outcome and share its solutions and application with the community. A total of 37 student teams submitted results in four comparative classes (Smart Mobility, Creative problem solving for the community. Architectural design, and Resource circulation engineering), of which a total of 10 teams with excellent results were selected as award teams, and 5 teams presented as representatives. Students suggested various and creative solutions in each course, some of which were ‘how-to-use buses to respond to the demand of commuting office workers and the transportation vulnerable’, ‘making tents for the underprivileged elderly’, and ‘resolving unauthorized dumping of garbage in Seodaemun-gu’. With the program and expanding its activities and research, Yonsei University College of Engineering will create a collaborative model between universities and communities.

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