June 24th(Sun) - June 26th(Tue), 2018/ Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea


Important Dates
  • Submission due
    April 20 April 27, 2018
  • Accepted papers and special sessions notification
    April 6 May 4, 2018
  • Final submission due
    May 4 May 18, 2018
  • Registration Due
    May 31 June 4, 2018

TODAY 2019. 07. 23

ICCE-Asia 2018


Plenary Speakers

Robot Technology and the Future


Prof. Jun Ho Oh

  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Director of Humanoid Robot Research Center(Hubo Lab)
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology


World widely, various types of intelligent service robots are being on the research, and already became well acquainted with human beings. Also, many people expect these robots will be living together with mankind at work or home in the foreseeable future. Nevertheless, many people yet have a pessimistic point of view about the ultimate form of robot would be impossible to be realized in the real at the technology view. And the technology level required to accomplish a task given by the user is very different according to the application requirement. Some simple task may be achieved by simple robotic technology but some others are not. That means that commercial realization of service robot strongly depends on the gap between market requirement and technology level available. The lecture will also mention the history of robot development and application of robot in the various fields


Prof. Jun Ho Oh received his B.S. and M.S. degree from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea in 1977 and 1979, respectively. After short working at Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute as a researcher from 1979 to 1981, he received Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering in the field of automatic control at U.C., Berkeley in 1985. He is now a chair professor of mechanical engineering and the director of Humanoid robot research center(Hubo Lab) at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).

He performed many industry and government research projects in motion control, sensors, microprocessor applications, and robotics, etc. He is especially interested in mechatronics and system integration. In the recently ten years, he completed unique humanoid robot series KHR-1, KHR-2, Hubo and Hubo 2. And he also developed Albert Hubo and Hubo FX-1. He leaded team KAIST and won Darpa Robot Challenge final as first place at Pomona, Ca, USA in 2015. He is currently studying to improve the performance of humanoid robot for faster and more stable walking, robust robot system integration and light weight design, etc. He is a member of ASME and IEEE. And he also is the member of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea and the member of Korea Academy of Science and Technology.

Technology model of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, AI+12 Tech


Min-Hwa Lee, Ph.D.

  • Chairman of KCERN
  • Visiting Professor of KAIST


Various concepts are being developed based on hyperconnectivity and superintelligence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. However, existing concepts shaped by the technological perspective have not been able to explain the significance of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In this paper, the comprehensive offline-online (O2O) convergence of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is used to define the revolution as a “convergence of online and offline worlds for human” By analyzing unicorn companies, which are the icons of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the O2O parallel model that overcomes the limitations of the offline world and a 4-step convergence process for self-organization are provided. Further, the limitations of the existing technological models of the Fourth Industrial Revolution are observed, and the “AI+12 Tech” (Artificial Intelligence+12 Technologies) model, a O2O convergence technological model is suggested, with six digital transformation technologies that transform atom to bit and six analog transformation technologies that transform optimized data by artificial intelligence to real atom world again.


Based on the study results and numerous published research papers in KAIST, Dr. Min-Hwa Lee established S. Korea’s first venture company, Medison Co., Ltd. in 1985, which has grown into a global medical equipment company. Through this experience, he promoted and contributed on the establishment of more than 30 medical companies accounting for 70% of S. Korea’s medical equipment exports.

He played a leading role in founding Korea Venture Business Association in 1995 and announced the Vision 2005. He also paved the way for venture companies to flourish in S. Korea by enacting special law on venture companies, establishing KOSDAQ, and initiating various venture policies including stock option, venture building and laboratory business start-up. In addition, he wrote a number of books such as Han-Business Management, The history of S. Korea Venture Industry, How to Become a Country with Venture Superpower in 21st Century, Beyond Bio-Enterprise, and he contributed to keep the pride of S. Korean software while leading the campaign to save ‘Hangul’.

The awards he has received include Gold Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit, Silver and Iron Tower Order of Industrial Service Merit from S. Korea Government, Small and Medium Business CEO Award, Korea Management Award and Korea Engineering Technology Award.

Since 1998, he has been a chairman of Small and Medium Business Committee, Regulatory Reform Committee, Presidential Commission on Judicial Reform, KAIST Alumni Association and has contributed to the vitalization of venture sharing activities. He was also selected as one of 2007 Top 60 Engineers in S. Korea.

In 2008 he has advocated Eurasian Network movement as S. Korea’s strategy to become a developed country, and with the respect to the movement he established Eurasian Network Association. and is supporting the Eurasian humanities research and study of the Humanities Institute.

In 2008, he proposed ‘Venture 2.0’ movement for a new leap forward of venture business with the belief that it would be a dynamic force for S. Korea’s growth, and he has been leading the projects related to venture biotope, fair trade, M&A market.

On July 23rd, 2009, Dr. Min-Hwa Lee was appointed the first ombudsman at Office of the Small and Medium Business Ombudsman whose foundation was part of the government’s deregulation policy. While fulfilling his duty as the ombudsman, he worked on finding out unnecessary regulations that needed to be changed and eliminating unreasonable regulations.

On February 17th 2011, the Ministry of Knowledge Economy launched the ‘Korea Digital Hospital Export Agency (KOHEA)’, a private-run organization dedicated to exporting digital hospital package. Dr. Min-Hwa Lee became the first chairman of KOHEA and is currently still serving.

On June , 2009, Dr. Min-Hwa Lee has established the Creative Economy Research Society to plan the civilian future of S. Korea.

Dr. Min-Hwa Lee is teaching entrepreneurship and venture as a visiting professor at KAIST University and is also supervising the nurturing of young gifted entrepreneurs.


Prof. Dr. Angela Schoellig

  • University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS)




Angela Schoellig is an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS), where she heads the Dynamic Systems Lab. She is also an Associate Director of the Center for Aerial Robotics Research and Education (CARRE) at the University of Toronto. With her team, she conducts research at the interface of robotics, controls and machine learning. Her goal is to enhance the performance, safety and autonomy of robots by enabling them to learn from past experiments and from each other. Angela has been working with aerial vehicles for the past nine years and, more recently, has applied her motion planning, control and learning algorithms to self-driving vehicles. You can watch her robots perform slalom races and flight dances at

She is a recipient of a Sloan Research Fellowship (as one of two in the area of robotics; US/Canada-wide award), a Ministry of Research, Innovation & Science Early Researcher Award, a Connaught New Researcher Award, and the Best Robotics Paper Award at CRV 2014. She is one of Robohub’s “25 women in robotics you need to know about (2013)”, winner of MIT’s Enabling Society Tech Competition, finalist of Dubai’s 2015 $1M “Drones for Good” competition, and youngest member of the 2014 Science Leadership Program, which promotes outstanding scientists in Canada. She has been a keynote speaker at various outreach events including TEDxUofT, Lift China, and the Girls Leadership in Engineering Experience weekend.

Angela received her Ph.D. from ETH Zurich (with Prof. Raffaello D’Andrea), and holds both an M.Sc. in Engineering Science and Mechanics from the Georgia Institute of Technology (with Prof. Magnus Egerstedt) and a Masters degree in Engineering Cybernetics from the University of Stuttgart, Germany (with Prof. Frank Allgöwer). Her Ph.D. was awarded the ETH Medal and the 2013 Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation Award (as one of 35 worldwide).

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