On September 7, UNIST invited former Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Vice President Hyun-Soon Lee of Doosan Infracore Co., Ltd. to give his lecture “Challenge to the Top” to explain the challenges involved with entrepreneurial process and to provide tips on founding a business. Dr. Lee is a successful business leader, as well as Korea’s first mechanical engineer ever to develop a car engine.
This lecture is a part of the “CTO Leadership Lecture” series, which is a two-credit course program, inviting experienced lecturers to give talks on their experiences and guide students who are interested in starting their own business. It will cover diverse topics including, business management, competition in the global market, and whether advances in technology and engineering have improved our society.
The CTO Leadership Lecture Series, a special segment of UNIST, will be held every Monday for 16 weeks from September 7 to December 14 in the Business Administration Building. The program presents a unique opportunity for UNIST students to gain valuable leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
For this year’s CTO Leadership Lecture Series, 11 other industry experts are also invited and asked to share tips, wisdom, and stories of success with the attendees. All of these experiences will help students develop as individuals and gain the skills and confidence to thrive in life after university.
Speakers announced for 2015 CTO Lectureship Series include:
President Hee Gook Lee of LG Corp.
Vice President Sung-Ho Park of POSCO
CEO Dong-yeon Son of Doosan Infracore Co., Ltd.
Vice President Chang-Hyun Choi of Hanwha Total Petrochemicals Co., Ltd.
President Byeong-Seong Gwak of SK Innovation Co., Ltd.
Executive Director Dong Woo Lee of Lotte Chemical Corp.
CEO Sang Seon Woo of Hyosung Corp.
CEO Hae-Sang Jeon of Toray Chemical Korea Inc.
Vice President Sang Man Hwang of DongWoo Fine-Chem
Vice President Lee Hwan Kim of Korea Industrial Technology Association
Executive Director Hang Joo Cho of Hanwha Chemical R&D Center