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연사소개

Ja-Kyun Koo

Chairman, Korea Smart Grid Association
Chairman & CEO, LSIS

2010~2012 Vice Chairman, Global Smart Grid Federation
2014 Vice Chairman, Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
2009 Council Member, National Standardization (Currently)
2009 Chairman, Korea Smart Grid Association (Currently)
2009 Vice Chairman, CIGRE Korea National Committee (Currently)
2008 Vice Chairman, Korea Electrical Manufacturers Association (Currently)
2008 Board Member, Korea Standards Association (Currently)

Dae-Kyeong Kim

Expert Advisor, Korea Smart Grid Institute

  • Busan National University, Electro-Mechanical Engineering, BS
  • Hanyang University, Electrical Engineering, MS
  • UMIST, Corrosion & Protection, Doctor Course Completion
APEC Smart Grid Initiative Co-Chair
(Ex)Smart Grid PD of KETEP
(Ex)Technical Expert Member of Presidential Advisory Committee of Science and Technology
(Ex)Technical Expert Member of Energy Industry Expert Committee
(Ex)National Standard Coordinator for Smart Grid
(Ex)Person in Charge of the National Smart Grid Roadmap

Woo-Hyun Hwang

Senior vice President, Korea Electric Power Corporation

  • Chung-Ang University, Electrical engineering (1983)
  • Han-Yang University, Master of Industrial Engineering (2000)
  • Seoul National University of Science & Technology, Graduate School of Public Policy and Information Technology (Data mining)
Work
Japan, Kyushu Electirc Power Co., Inc, Training (1995)
New York(US), conEdison/Texas TXUED Electric Facilities Managing, Training (2006)
KEPCO (Korea Electric Power Corportation, 1986~Present)
Government National Project Performance

Seung-Il Moon

President, Korea Electrical Engineering & Science Research Institute

  • Sep. 1989 - June 1993 Ph.D. Electrical Engineering/The Ohio State University
  • Sep .1985 - Aug. 1989 M.S. Electrical Engineering/The Ohio State University
  • Mar. 1981 - Feb. 1985 B.S. Electrical Engineering/Seoul National University
Professional Experiences
2009 - present Member of Presidential Committee of Green Growth
2009 - 2013 Member of Electric Power Policy Committee of Korea
2007 - 2008 Member of Electricity Regulatory Commission of Korea
2010 Member of KEPCO President Nomination Committee
2011 Member of KPX Director Nomination Committee
2012 - 2013 Executive Director of Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
2011 - present Executive Director of Korea Smart Grid Institute
2009 - present Member of Advisory Committee, Korea Electrical Safety Corporation
2014 - present President of Electric Service Forum
2014 - present Invited Commentator of KBS (Korean Broadcasting System)
2014 - present Chairman of Green Industry and Technology Committee of Korea
2014 - present Chairman of Electric Power Policy Committee of Korea
2014 - present Member of National Energy Committee of Korea
2015 - present President of Korea Electrical Engineering & Science Research Institute

Seong-Hoon Kim

Senior Vice President, KT

As an expert in energy industry as well as in ICT, Dr. Kim has been in charge of smart energy business of KT. He is a senior vice president and has experience in KT’s Corporate Strategy Office and Future Convergence Strategy Office. Before joining KT, he was the CTO of Iljin group, producer of high-voltage electricity transmission equipment. He also worked for CTO Strategy Office of Samsung Electronics. As an expert in smart energy industry, he is developing action plans for six new business models of Korean government. Currently, he is one of the reviewers of government-funded projects related with green IT and transport system for green car. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in mechanical engineering from Seoul National University, M.S. in applied mathematics at Brown University, and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at Ohio State University.

Han-ho Sung

R&D Manager, Namjun Co., Ltd

  • 1990 - 2009 Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. BA in Dept. of Medicine
  • MD, Ph.D in Graduate School of Computer Science and Industrial System Engineering
Summary of Career History:
Feb. 2014 - Current Namjun, R&D Manager
Jul. 2011 - Feb. 2013 Fountain Springs, Executive Director
Mar. 2003 - Feb. 2014 Yonsei University(Seoul and Wonju), Lecturer and Research Professor
Mar. 2007 - Dec. 2010 Soogeui Women’s College, Concurrent Professor
Summary of Research and Project:
Sep. 2014 - Current KEPCO, S-type Meter and ADCS Development
Feb. 2014 - Apr. 2015 Namjun, Unified Metering System Development
Sep. 2013 - Jan. 2014 the Bank of Korea, Using Big Data-Construction of Financial
Indicators monitoring system
Jul. 2012 - Jun. 2013 MOTIE, KSGI, 2012 SG Spread Support Project
Aug. 2011 - Oct. 2017 MOTIE, KT, Jeju SG Test-bed construction and operation
Jun. 2004 - Mar. 2007 Cranial nerve and Information Science Business

Paddy Turnbull

Chairman, Global Smart Grid Federation(GSGF)
& Smart Grid Ireland Country Director Ireland , GE Digital Energy

Paddy Turnbull joined GE Energy in early 2010 as part of the European Leadership team for the Digital Energy Business. The Digital Energy business provides integrated smart grid solutions and reliable power delivery systems to the power sector in Ireland including electric utilities as well as the critical infrastructure and industrial sectors.
He is also Chairman of Smart Grid Ireland, a not for profit advocacy body covering both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Paddy was a co-founder of this organization that has a twin track mission to articulate common issues that impact smart grid deployment in both jurisdictions. In addition he helped co-found the Global Smart Grid Federation where has been Chairman since 2012. The GSGF now has 16 member national federations and acts as global voice for industry on the grid modernization challenges.
His 35-year business career includes his 10 years as country GM in Ireland for Fujitsu Telecom Europe. He has extensive international business development experience including 5 years as the VP of Sales and Marketing for a US owned VC start up in the medical device industry.

Marco C. Janssen

Director of SG PMO, DEWA

○ Marco C. Janssen is the Director of the Smart Grid Program Office at DEWA in Dubai. He received his BSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
He has worked for over 25 years in the field of Smart Grid, Protection, Control, Monitoring, Advanced Metering Infrastructures and Substation Automation.
He is member of IEC TC57 WG 10, 17, 18, 19, the IEEE PES Power System Relaying Committee and CIGRE B5 and D2 working groups. He was the convenor of D2.35 and editor of the Quality Assurance Program for the Testing Subcommittee of the UCA International Users Group. He holds one patent, has authored and presented more than 53 technical papers, is co-author of four Cigre Technical Brochures and two books on Smart Grids and Electrical Power Substations Engineering and is the author of the “I think” column in the PAC World magazine.

Sayaka Shishido

Chief Officer, Smart Community Department
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO)

Sayaka Shishido joined NEDO in 2007 and was assigned to the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology Development Department. She participated in planning, coordination, and public relations activities related to various fuel cell and hydrogen R&D projects.

After moving to NEDO’s Evaluation Department in 2010, Shishido conducted and directed follow-up studies on many completed national demonstration projects. This work provided many opportunities to monitor and assess the achievements of national projects both technologically and from a long-term view. As national projects often need to undertake ventures not only scientifically but industrially, her research and analysis on the status of dissemination of project achievements led to in-depth and multiple insights on how to manage national project results leading up to commercialization.

Since 2013, Shishido has been responsible for coordination among NEDO’s overseas demonstration projects in the Smart Community Department. She is currently working to promote smart community and smart grid demonstration projects that facilitate the dissemination of Japan’s advanced technologies worldwide. She also is focusing on management work, including planning new projects, coordinating among ongoing projects, budgetary control, and follow-up studies for completed projects in order to find ways to address global energy and environmental challenges.

Heiko Staubitz

Head of Task Force SG, Germany Trade and Invest

Heiko Staubitz has been senior manager in the department for Energy, Environment & Resources within GTAI since 2007. He is head of task force smart grid and responsible for the industrial settlement of international investors in Germany in the field of energy storage and smart grids.

Prior to his position at GTAI, Heiko Staubitz worked for many years as product developer in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency at EnBW, Germany's third-largest energy supplier. He has an academic background in mechanical engineering.

Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho

Sustainable Energy Lead Specialist
Inter-American Development Bank(IDB)

Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho is Lead Sustainable Energy Specialist with the Energy Division of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington, DC, USA.

Mr. Vieira de Carvalho has been working for the IDB since 1997 on financing and implementing sustainable energy projects throughout Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), especially on energy access, energy efficiency, renewable energy and biofuels.

He has been responsible for several emblematic IDB initiatives, such as the IDEAS energy innovation contest, the SE4ALL Americas Hub and the LAC Sustainable Biofuels for Aviation Program.

Mr. Vieira de Carvalho was Director of the Latin American Energy Organization - OLADE in Quito, Ecuador and General Manager for Power Generation and New Energy Technologies of Promon Engenharia, a leading Brazilian consulting firm in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, acting internationally, where he worked for more than 15 years.

He has also worked as independent energy consultant in several Latin American countries for power utilities and international organizations such as The World Bank, the Organization of American States - OAS and several UN agencies.

Mr. Vieira de Carvalho holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from the Aeronautical Institute of Technology - ITA in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil and a M.S. degree in energy from Kansas State University - KSU in Manhattan, Kansas.

He published more than a hundred articles, technical papers and books in his field of expertise.

Paul Heitmann

President, Businovation LLC

Paul holds a BSME from UMass and an MBA from Fairleigh Dickenson University, which forms the foundation of his understanding of both technology innovation AND business model disruption within the telecom and the energy industries.
Paul started in AT&T Bell Labs as a Systems Engineer at Bell Labs and moved through a variety of Corporate strategy and Business Services solution development and sales roles. Moving into the Energy industry joining Comverge - Paul pioneered several innovative demand response programs for large utilities which leveraged emerging communications and network applications to drive optimized energy management response. Paul has participated in the Smart Grid development in the US through collaboration on several DOE programs with their national laboratories, including the EV Project. He is an outspoken advocate and thought leader for the broad implementation of distributed energy resources and their market-driven, smart grid interoperability.
Paul currently supports IEEE Standards Association and is working with government agencies, commercial property owners, and electric utilities on the East Coast to advance the IEEE 1547 standard compliance initiative. Paul serves on the Board of NJ Clean Cities Coalition and as the Vice Chair for the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) V2G Domain Expert Working Group (DEWG)
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