Extend your network in Seoul!
Mingle with scientists, senior managers and business people who were educated in Switzerland. All execs, Korean, Swiss, foreign with a Swiss education are welcome.
The joint event of Science Club and Swiss Alumni Gathering features:
• Prof. Jean-Henry Morin, University of Geneva
• Prof. Joshua A. Jackman, Sungkyunkwan University
- Date: 06.11.2019
- Time: 06:30 pm – 08:30 pm including snacks
- Doors open at 6.30pm sharp
- Location: Embassy of Switzerland, 77 Songwol-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
- Participants : limited to 50 by registration order
- Free of charge but registration compulsory
This month’s speakers
Associate Professor Jean-Henry Morin
Institute of Information Service Science
– CUI, Geneva School of Social Sciences
Jean-Henry Morin is associate professor of Information Systems at University of Geneva. He is member of the Institute of Information Service Science and president of ThinkServices, a Geneva based think(do)tank on Service Science and Innovation where ThinkData.ch was designed. He was associate professor at Korea University Business School in Seoul until 2008. He is also co-founder in 2001 of PebbleAge SA.
His research interest and work is in information security with a particular focus on Digital Rights Management. His recent work on Exception Management in DRM Environments has been transferred to the industry in partnership with Fasoo.
He is the author of a book on Digital Responsibility (Editions Fyp, 2014) where he argues about the value of informed trust and transparency as the basis of an emerging principle of Co-Compliance (collaborative compliance).
Assistant Professor Joshua A. Jackman
School of Chemical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University
Strategic Advisor, DQ Institute
Talk Title: #DQEveryChild: A Global Educational Initiative for Promoting Digital Citizenship
Prof. Joshua A. Jackman is an Assistant Professor in the School of Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Institute for Convergence at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) in South Korea. He leads the Translational Nanobioscience lab, which is focused on characterizing the interactions of biomacromolecules and nanomaterials with biological systems, and translating scientific insights into engineered solutions to address outstanding needs in medicine, biotechnology, and agriculture. Key research areas include biosensor development, interfacial science, and biophysics. His team also develops pharmaceutical drugs and nanomedicines for infectious disease and immunology applications.
Prof. Jackman has published over 85 papers in top scientific journals, including Nature Materials, Nature Protocols, Nature Communications, Chemical Society Reviews, and the Journal of the American Chemical Society, and filed 8 patents, several of which have been licensed commercially. His research on the development of brain-penetrating antiviral peptides was featured in international media and led to successful technology transfer to a biopharmaceutical company. He has also been awarded fellowships from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, National Science Foundation, and American Liver Foundation, and was named an ACS Nano Junior Fellow.
Before starting his faculty career at SKKU, Prof. Jackman was a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He earned his B.S. degree summa cum laude in Chemistry from the University of Florida and his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, where he was a recipient of the Nanyang President’s Graduate Scholarship and MSE Doctorate Technopreneur Award.