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KAIST 2010 fall semester I&TM - Graduate School of Innovation & Technology Management category

  • This
    course attempts to describe why a nation’s economy comes in different forms –
    Free Market to Government Autonomy – by focusing on differences in technology
    & innovation policies. This course will analyze the effects of policies on
    entrepreneurial opportunities and the innovation ecosystem. To do so, the
    course will deal with various issues and analyze the issues in different
    perspectives. The course will be divided into three parts: 1) Necessity of
    policies in driving innovation and right timing; 2) discussion of common and
    unique features of innovation systems in different nations; 3) analysis of
    innovation clusters and its driving force to foster future development

  • This course focuses on World & Korean ENERGY market and its trend. Most of all, we will study about EEWS Technology, including solar, wind, biomass, hydropower, fuel cell (hydrogen), nuclear, and other exotic energy sources. Through this technology roadmap and world market trend, students will get an insight of how Korean energy market can survive. A premise of the course is that a sustainable energy technology must be both technically feasible and economically viable. We will consequently investigate the technological promise and progress of each technology, as well as its economic opportunities and challenges. At the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of these energy technologies. 
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