The goal of AT Policy Lab is to train future leaders with entrepreneurship in STP.  Our lab focuses on translational research  in the convergence between science and technology policy (STP) AND  (1) social welfare, (2) aging and health, (3) communication.  Lab meetings are held on Mondays at N4 building.  Members have opportunities to contribute to research projects and papers.  If you are interested in our lab and research opportunities, please contact Prof. Choi.  


Current Members @ KAIST (alphabetical order)

SUNGJAE HONG  (홍성재)
Master's Candidate in STP
B.S. Computer Science, KAIST, 2016

Email:  yain@kaist.ac.kr

His research interests include relationship between older adults and emerging technologies, such as information technology (IT) and data technology (DT), as well as eGovernment for the aging population.
  TAE KYUNG KIM  (김태경)
Master's Candidate in STP
B.A. Political Science and Diplomacy, Korea University, Seoul, 2015

Email:  0515kyung@kaist.ac.kr

Her research interests are in social and legal issues related to information technology (IT) such privacy as well as mental health. Tae Kyung is currently working on a study about how legal precedents have portrayed privacy invasion related to IT devices.
  YU MIN LEE  (이유민)
Master's Student in STP
B.E. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, KAIST, 2015

Email:  iym0509@kaist.ac.kr

Her major interests are communication, quality of life, and mental health of older adults. She is now conducting a research about Kodokushi (lonely death) issue in Korea using a media content analysis. She worked at the KAIST Broadcasting System for three years. 
 
HAKJUN OH (오학준)
Master's Student in STP
B.E. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, 2015

Email:  hakjunoh4365@kaist.ac.kr

As an undergraduate, he was interested in information and communication technology (ICT) of Industry 4.0 such as smart factory. After graduating from Yonsei, he joined Hyundai Motor Company as a person in charge of automotive electronics part of manufacturing engineering in assembly plant. While working on project of hybrid, electric, and plug-in hybrid car models, he got interested in future mobility system in aged society. Now, he is studying on issues of older drivers and autonomous vehicles at KAIST STP.
 
 
JUNG-MIN WOO (우정민)
Master's Candidate in STP
B.S.F.S. Science, Technology, and International Affairs, Georgetown University, D.C. 2011

Email:  jmwoo@kaist.ac.kr

Jung-Min is a graduate of Georgetown University where she studied Science, Technology, and International Affairs (STIA) with a concentration in Biotechnology and Global Health. Her undergraduate thesis was an analysis of the issues that brought on the food crisis in North Korea. After graduating from Georgetown she joined the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C. At CSIS, Jung-Min was a researcher focusing on nuclear energy and nonproliferation. At KAIST, she hopes to re-focus on health and further her studies on how policy can be developed to support rapidly changing public health needs in an increasingly globalized world.


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