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CNU Selected for “Convergence Security Core Talent Training Project”

작성자대외협력과 작성일2019.05.31 20:14 조회124

CNU was selected for the “Convergence Security Core Talent Training Project as Regional Strategic Industry Project.”

According to CNU, it has organized a large scale consortium of twelve institutions and enterprises such as KEPCO KDN, Korea Electric Power Corporation, and Gwangju Metropolitan City to apply for the project that is governed by the Ministry of Science and ICT in March. Selected from fourteen domestic universities, CNU’s consortium will carry out the project in “New Industries in the Energy Sector” in the Honam and Jeju area.

In the capital area, Korea University was selected for the “Smart Factory Project” and in the Chungcheong area, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) was selected for the “Smart City Project.”

CNU will establish an interdisciplinary major of information security in the graduate school and conduct a convergence security consulting service with governmental funds of 4 billion KRW for up to six years. CNU received 500 million KRW this year.

 Accordingly, CNU will prepare for the establishment of the graduate school course by cooperating with the consortium members such as KEPCO KDN to develop a convergence security training program curriculum specialized in strategic industry fields, build labs and research spaces, and will start recruiting new students from next year.

For this, CNU will provide training programs and practical training facilities for ICT convergence security specialized in the new industries in the energy sector, to nurture human resources based on industrial demand and convergence security for the new industries in the energy sector in order to revitalize the ecosystem of the convergence security industry through research on energy ICT convergence security.

The “Convergence Security Core Talent Training Project as Regional Strategic Industry Project” is a governmental project to train key talent for the era of the fourth industrial revolution, investing governmental funds for the field of security related to regional strategic industries, following the establishment of the graduate school of artificial intelligence (AI).