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Kookmin University's Next Generation Telecommunication Business Unit Completes 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design Award'

  • 24.07.08 / 박서연
Date 2024-07-08 Hit 139

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kookmin University (President Jeong Seung Ryul) announced that the 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication) Award', hosted by the university's Next Generation Communication Business Unit and supported by the Ministry of Education and the National Research Foundation of Korea as part of the Innovative Convergence University in High-tech Fields project, was held on the 13th at the Academic Conference Hall of the Headquarters Building on campus.

 

 

The event was an opportunity to externally share and evaluate the results of the first semester of the 2024 academic year for the 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication)' course, which is jointly operated by the Next Generation Communication Consortium, and was held in person, with team presentations, Q&As with external judges, a general evaluation, and the announcement of the results, and about 170 people participated.

 

 

"I believe that the students selected through this award will be able to participate in CES 2025 and create a good opportunity for employment and entrepreneurship," said Kookmin University President Jeong Seung Ryul. "The judges and mentors who participated in the event asked for a lot of advice and evaluation so that the ideas presented by the students can leap forward into innovative technologies, and I hope that the students will consider this event as a training ground for developing creative ideas."

 

 

"We are pleased to provide an opportunity for students to evaluate and showcase their achievements," said Prof. Park Jun Seok(Electronic Systems Engineering), who chaired the project.

 

 

The awards included IAM (drone development project using ion turbofan technology), SSM (smart sleeve and healthcare application design using IMU sensors to determine squatting behavior), and PersonaFit (body-type customized fashion suggestions using artificial intelligence), Graffi Virtual (a drawing social network platform using smart glasses and a mobile app), VIST (a voice modulation system and deep fake voice prevention), VisionMesh (personalized healthcare for dogs), and Spoting (a location-based app management technology) were the seven teams from the Next Generation Communications Consortium universities.

 

 

The top three teams (Spoting, IAM, and VisionMesh) were selected by the judges. For the selected teams, the 'Multidisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication) I+' course will be operated and supplemented in the intensive semester (summer) to support the development of students' start-up products by branding start-up products for CES 2025 participation exhibitions and conducting corporate consulting boot camps, and furthermore, through industry-academia collaboration, we plan to support them in various ways such as patent application, technology commercialization, employment, and start-up.

 

 

 

 


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This content is translated from Korean to English using the AI translation service DeepL and may contain translation errors such as jargon/pronouns.

If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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Kookmin University's Next Generation Telecommunication Business Unit Completes 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design Award'

Date 2024-07-08 Hit 139

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next Generation Communication Center

 

 

Kookmin University (President Jeong Seung Ryul) announced that the 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication) Award', hosted by the university's Next Generation Communication Business Unit and supported by the Ministry of Education and the National Research Foundation of Korea as part of the Innovative Convergence University in High-tech Fields project, was held on the 13th at the Academic Conference Hall of the Headquarters Building on campus.

 

 

The event was an opportunity to externally share and evaluate the results of the first semester of the 2024 academic year for the 'Interdisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication)' course, which is jointly operated by the Next Generation Communication Consortium, and was held in person, with team presentations, Q&As with external judges, a general evaluation, and the announcement of the results, and about 170 people participated.

 

 

"I believe that the students selected through this award will be able to participate in CES 2025 and create a good opportunity for employment and entrepreneurship," said Kookmin University President Jeong Seung Ryul. "The judges and mentors who participated in the event asked for a lot of advice and evaluation so that the ideas presented by the students can leap forward into innovative technologies, and I hope that the students will consider this event as a training ground for developing creative ideas."

 

 

"We are pleased to provide an opportunity for students to evaluate and showcase their achievements," said Prof. Park Jun Seok(Electronic Systems Engineering), who chaired the project.

 

 

The awards included IAM (drone development project using ion turbofan technology), SSM (smart sleeve and healthcare application design using IMU sensors to determine squatting behavior), and PersonaFit (body-type customized fashion suggestions using artificial intelligence), Graffi Virtual (a drawing social network platform using smart glasses and a mobile app), VIST (a voice modulation system and deep fake voice prevention), VisionMesh (personalized healthcare for dogs), and Spoting (a location-based app management technology) were the seven teams from the Next Generation Communications Consortium universities.

 

 

The top three teams (Spoting, IAM, and VisionMesh) were selected by the judges. For the selected teams, the 'Multidisciplinary Capstone Design (Next Generation Communication) I+' course will be operated and supplemented in the intensive semester (summer) to support the development of students' start-up products by branding start-up products for CES 2025 participation exhibitions and conducting corporate consulting boot camps, and furthermore, through industry-academia collaboration, we plan to support them in various ways such as patent application, technology commercialization, employment, and start-up.

 

 

 

 


This article was copyrighted and published under the 'News Content Copyright Agreement'.

 

 

 

This content is translated from Korean to English using the AI translation service DeepL and may contain translation errors such as jargon/pronouns.

If you find any, please send your feedback to kookminpr@kookmin.ac.kr so we can correct them.

 

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