KAIST_OUIC Overview_ English_140325_EPFL

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Bern, Switzerland
March 31, 2014
Overview of KAIST OUIC
(Office of University-Industry Cooperation)
Prof. Joongmyeon Bae
Associate Vice President
Office of University-Industry Cooperation
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1. KAIST Overview
KAIST Campuses
Seoul
Seoul Campus
Daejeon
Main Campus
Munji Campus
Location
SIZE
Geographical Location_
(Daejeon: 5th largest Metropolis, 540km2)
Science Town (27.8km2)
Korea Research Institute of
Bioscience and Biotechnology
Techno-Valley (4.3km2)
Industrial Area (3.2km2)
Electronics and
Telecommunications
Research Institute
Green Zone (31.2km2)
Defense R&D (3.9km2)
Total (70.4km2)
Korea Aerospace
Research Institute
IV
III
KAIST Campus [Seoul]
167km
Daedeok Innopolis
JUL 2005
Sejong City : (465 km2)
Korea’s new
administrative capital
ISBB :
Cheonan – Sejong –
Chungwon – Daejeon
(70.4km2)
KAIST Campus
[Daejeon]
Daegu Innopolis
Gwangju Innopolis
JAN 2011 (18.73km2)
JAN 2011 (22.25km2)
II
V
I
Korea Institute of Geoscience
and Mineral Resources
Agency for
Defense Development
KAIST Main Campus
Munji Campus
KAIST Facts and Figures
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•
•
Est. in 1971 as the nation’s first graduate school specializing in science and eng. education
Merged with KIT and main campus moved to Daejeon in 1989
Bilingual Campus
Faculty & Staff (1,609)
Students (10,249)
(As of Jan. 2013)
Budget (751 Million USD)
(As of Jan. 2013)
19%
2,311
(21%)
4,047
(39%)
1,187
(12%)
2,704
(26%)
22%
59%
Ph.D.
Faculty
BS
Staff
M.S. –Ph.D. Integrated degree program
MS
(As of 2012)
Government Subsidy
Research Grants
Donation & other income
KAIST Reputation
2013 Asian Rankings : 6th
2014 World Rankings : 60th
-
16th Material Science & Engineering
17th Chemistry
21st Mechanical Engineering
2014 World Rankings : 56th
- 361 collaborative agreements in 59 countries
- 26 joint international research projects in 7 countries
- About 200 foreign faculty members from 27 countries
- 700 international students from more than 70 countries
KAIST Graduates
Nearly 25% of the research and
development personnels at Samsung
Electronics are KAIST Ph.D. holders.
KAIST graduates hold 20% of all engineering
doctorates in Korea
KAIST graduates also hold 10% of all
engineering professorships in Korea.
Role Model of Science & Engineering Institutions
OUIC Overview and its Performance
Organization Chart and its Role
Associate Vice President
Office of University-Industry
Cooperation
Technology Business
Incubation Center
• Incubation of technologybased entrepreneurs and
student’s Startup
• Startup support programs
• Fostering entrepreneurship @
Campus
Technology
Commercialization Center
• Creation of patent
portfolio and evaluation
system
• Foundation and operation
of the KAIST Technology
holding company
• Construction of patent
information system
• Management and
operation of project using
the KAIST trademark
• Entrepreneurship
education of researchers
• Technology licensing
• Constitution of incubation
complex to house global
venture companies
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Performance of Business Incubation
Total Gross Sales – 1.9 Billion USD
11 KOSDAQ Firms
(As of 2012)
(Total Gross Sales – USD 1.27 Billion USD)
Incubated 484 startups, survived 57%
3 were
delisted
193 Closed
43%
00
01
02
03
247
Survived
04
57%
05
06
Since 1994
07
08
200
09
151
150
118
97
100
111
98
86
96
10
86
86
11
50
1994
1999
2001
2003
2005
2007
2009
2011
2012 2012
13
Representative KAIST Alumni Companies
(As of 2012)
Company
Est.
Founders
Sales
Revenues(2010)
Remarks
1989
Jung Joo Kim
1.5 Billion USD
Largest Market
Share of On-line
Game in the
World
1999
Hae Jin Lee
2.4 Billion USD
5th Search Engine
in the world
0.18 Billion USD
10% Global
Market share on
Touch Panel
0.74 Billion USD
World’s first
automatic
internet access
software
1999
1997
Dong Hyuk Shin
Seonggyun Na
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Economic Impact of KAIST
•
804 KAIST Alumni Company
•
38 companies are registered at KOSDAQ
•
23,500 directing jobs
•
10 billion USD annual world revenues
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Patent Registration
The number of IPs has been gradually increasing since 2009
1,139
(# of licensed cases)
1,010
1,047
Applied Domestic Patent
1,059
1,000
850
평균
747건
Registered Domestic Patent
World’s Top 32 (US IPIQ, 2013)
600
595
World’s Top 5 (WIPO, 2011)
432
300
262
223
242
Applied Overseas Application
95
Registered Overseas
Application
2012
16
212
114
87
75
33
0
2009
2010
2011
Technology Transfer
3.06
billion
(48)
3.86
billion
(48)
2.11
billion
(40)
1.4
billion
(45)
6yr
average
870 million
(29)
▶2003 ~ 2008
▶ 2010
▶2009
▶ 2011
▶2012
2009
2010
2011
2012
Total
(2010-2012)
Gross Royalty (USD)
1.4 million
2.11 million
3.86 million
3.06 million
9.03 million
The number of Tech. Transfer
45
40
48
48
136
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Technology Transfer
(As of 2012)
1,119
66.8
56.8
305
KAIST
MIT
250
Stanford
81
153
Cornell
The number of Applied patent
101
96
47
KAIST
12.6
3.05
MIT
Stanford
Cornell
The number of Tech. Transfer
KAIST
MIT
Stanford
Cornell
Profits from Tech. Transfer
(Million USD)
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KAIST’s Effort to become
Global Entrepreneurial University
Startup KAIST
Open-Communication-Creation-Convergent
K-Valley
KAIST Biz Park
KAIST Creative Space
Let’s StartUp KAIST !!
Startup KAIST Program
K. Startup
K. Talk
K. Connect
• Entrepreneurs'
Dilemma
• Entrepreneurs
hip Lunch Talk
• E*5 KAIST
• Startup Club
• C.A.K.E
• Winning C
ombinatio
n
• Mentoring
Party
• Mentoring
Cocktail
with KAIST
Alumni
K. Education
• for +
Startup
• through +
Startup
• about +
Startup
K. Show
• Conferenc
e
• Entreprene
ur of the
year
• Capital Day
• Demo Day
• Startup
Interview
Startup KAIST Space
Mentoring
Idea Development
Seminar & Conference
Lectures
Idea Factory
KAIST Biz Park
Growth
“KAIST Biz PARK”
Startup
Concept to Product
Success
Global Network
KAIST Biz PARK
Green
Technology
Process
Engineering
On Highway
Powertrains
Education
Globalization
Plastic
Technology
Defense Technology
Geo-Resources
White & Green
Biotechnology
Future Fuels
Marketing
Molecular Technology &
Catalysis
Legal & IPR
Policy
Outstanding
Human Resource
Ultra High Speed Mobile &
Car Communication
Fiber Composites
Finance
Carbon Capture &
Utilization
Advanced Technology
(Medical,Bio
ICT, Brain, EEWS, Humanoid )
Information &
Communication
Technology
Global Network
Cooperation btw. KAIST & EPFL
Global Biz Idea Competition
•
2 days global biz idea Competition, November 1719(Tentative)
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3 teams selected by each university that present
idea and technology
•
Lecture, seminar, cultural activities, and idea
competition
•
Supporting talented students team by KAIST & EPFL
- from idea generation to founding company
Cooperation in Life Science and Bioengineering
• Initial visit to EPFL : November 17 ~ 21, 2013
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Discover the landscape of research in Life Sciences and Bioengineering
Explore new opportunities of cooperation based on scientific excellence and comple
mentarities
• Joint scientific symposium on Life Science and Bioengineering
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Identification of research areas of mutual interest
Joint symposium: Scientists from both parties ( 6 : 6 format)
Organized alternatively in Korea and Switzerland
• Date : August 31 ~ 3 September, 2014
• Venue: KAIST, Korea
• Collaborative research projects
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Each party agreed to secure seed money for collaborative research
KAIST has secured around $ 200,000 (End-run project)
Project starts in conjunction with EPFL
Thank you
[email protected]

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