세미나 및 행사
[CiTE] 학과 세미나 안내 (김창현 부사장 / 삼성전기)
삼성전기의 김창현 부사장을 모시고 학과 세미나를 갖고자 하오니,
많은 분들의 참여 부탁드립니다.
주제: Sustainable & Innovative
4월 17일(목) 16:00 ~ 17:30
장소: 나노융합기술원 (NINT) 6층
초청자: 김재준 교수 (279-8861)
In this talk, I will discuss the perspective of future industry in 21st
century along with the history of IT revolution. I will also talk about two
main requirements for the sustainable and innovative company: 1. how to train
soft and creative minded people who can quickly adjust to the dynamic
industry trend and 2. how to develop technology for profit while
maintaining strong corporate social responsibilities.
C.H. Kim (IEEE Fellow ‘11)
received a B.S. and an M.S. degree in electronics engineering from Seoul
National University, Seoul, Korea, in 1982 and 1984, respectively, and a Ph.D.
degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
USA in 1994.
In 1984, he joined Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Gyeonggi-do, Korea,
where he was involved in circuit design for high-speed dynamic RAM’s, ranging
from 64Kb to 16Mb in size. From 1989 until 1995, he was a research assistant
and research faculty with the center for Integrated Sensors and Circuits,
university of Michigan, USA.
In 1995, he rejoined Samsung Electronics and worked on high density Gigabit
commodity DRAM. His research interests were in the area of circuit design for
low-voltage and high-performance Giga-scale DRAM (RDRAM & DDR1/2/3) and
future high performance new DRAM architectures (DDR4, XDR, NMT, SBD, etc.),
ranging from 1GHz to 10GHz in speed.
In 2004 he was selected with honor as a Samsung Group Fellow for his
contribution in high performance DRAM development. From 2005 to 2009, he was in
charge of the Advanced Technology Development team for future-generation memory
developments including DRAM, NAND Flash, and all other new emerging memories
(Phase-change RAM, resistive RAM, Magnetic RAM). In 2009, he became head of the
memory product planning and application engineering team in order to promote
and create new memory solution products in various application areas and to
globally handle all technical problems related to memory in the fields.
In 2010, he moved to Samsung Electro-Mechanics (which produces all
electronic and mechanical components and modules) as CTO, being in charge of the
corporate R&D center and the manufacturing engineering institute. He was
also a chief of the CDS (Circuit Drive Solution) business division, which
mainly focuses on flat panel display power and wireless connectivity modules.
Now he is working at corporate product planning department and plans new future
electronics products of all business divisions.
He has been serving as a technical committee member/chair of several
international conferences; Symposium on VLSI Circuits, Asian Solid State
Circuits Conference, International Solid State Circuits Conference, and other
annual domestic and Samsung conferences. He has published about 140 technical
papers in semiconductor memory areas, received the Takuo Sugano awards for
outstanding far-east paper several times, and has issued around 50 patents. He
was nominated as an IEEE fellow in 2011.