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JongBae Park

Konkuk University, Professor

- Education: Seoul National University BA(’87)/MA(’89)/Ph.D(‘98)
- Full Time Employment: KEPCO/Anyang Univ./EPRI(USA)/Konkuk Univ.(Present)
- Part Time Activities
. MOTIE, Electricity Policy Committee, Member (2016-Present)
. IEE, Director (2016- Present)

SooHyun Bae

Korean Standards Association, President

Main Career
2014.9~President of Korean Standards Association
2014~Distinguished professor of Dongkuk University, Electronic &
Electrical Engineering Dept.
2013~2015 A member of IEC/Conformity Assessment Board
2009~2009 President, Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
2006~2009 A member of FTA Advisory Committee between Korea and USA
1997~ Standards Committee member for Industrial Technology, Korea Agency for
Technology & Standards
1977~2014 Professor of Electronic & Electrical Engineering Dept., Engineering college,
Dongkuk University
Award Winning Career

2017.08ICEMS Excellent Contribution Award
2017.04Electrical Engineers Contribution Award (Korea Electric Association)
2014.08Order of Service Merit(Red Stripes) From the Korean Government

Michael Wilshire

Head of Strategy London office

Michael is Chief Technology Officer at Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s research where he leads our research across all renewable energy and energy-smart technologies, including smart grid and related applications. He has extensive experience as a senior energy policy maker, in both government and industry, as well as two decades of experience in consulting at McKinsey where he became a Partner.

Michael worked in the Department of Energy in the 1980s providing policy advice to UK Government Ministries across a range of energy policy initiatives. These included one of the earliest privatizations (Amersham International) which became the foundation for much of the UKs subsequent privatization programme. He also worked on the deregulation of the energy sector, renewable energy and nuclear policy and the sale of the electricity industry. He was Principal Secretary to the Minister of State for Oil and Gas and subsequently Private Secretary to the Permanent Secretary for the Head of the Energy Ministry.

Subsequently, Michael joined McKinsey, the leading management consulting firm, advising clients across the energy, technology and telecommunications industries. He has broad geographic experience of working for businesses and government in over 20 different countries across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US on strategic, operational, marketing and technology topics.

Michael has an MA (1st class) from Cambridge University, winning the Ware, Keller and Spencer-Jones prizes for Mathematics, as well as an MBA (with distinction) from the London Business School where he graduated at the top of his year.

Taeil, Choi

Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO),
Vice President, Head of New Business Planning Department

- Education: Hanyang University B.A.(’82)/ Penn. State University, Electrical Engineering
M.S.(’93)/Ph.D(‘08)
- Full Time Employment: KEPCO.
- Part Time Activities
The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers, Smart Grid Research Group,
President (2017)
Ministry of Education, Science & Technology, Technology Level Evaluation Expert
(2010)
Kwangwoon Univ., Adjunct Professor (2001~2003)

Sunguk Moon

KT,VP of Smart Energy Business Unit

Education
MBA, University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
MA in Comm. and Electronic Engineering, Waseda University
BA in Comm. and Electronic Engineering, Waseda University
Main Career
Jan. 2014 ~ KT Future Convergence Business Office
May. 2013 ~ Jan. 2014 KT Strategic Investment dep.
Apr. 1999 ~ Apr. 2013 NTT docomo

Kangwook Cho

Korea Power Exchange
Director, Power Economics Research Office

I. Academic Background:
- MS in Electrical Eng, Seoul National University, South Korea, 3/1986 - 2/1988
- BS in Electrical Eng, Seoul National University, South Korea, 3/1982 - 2/1986
II. Employment Record & Performance Field:
- Mar. 1989~Mar. 2001, Korea Electricity Power Corporation
- Apr. 2001~ Present, Korea Power Exchange

Takashi Imai

IKS Co., Ltd, President

Graduated Kyoto Institute of Technology Engineering Department in 1972. Entered Nippon Shinyaku Co.,Ltd. Planned and designed GMP and GLP at its Factory Equipment and FA Design Division. Also designed and implemented original computer hardware and software at its Automation Division.
Established Apple Center Kyoto Oike in 1991. Mainly provided computer and related products and systems. Developed and provided pathology inspection system to major hospitals across the country for example.
Established IKS Limited company in 1995. Developed technologies related to Li-ion battery, system design and designed and developed software and related devices. Started with automation of design and production of Li-ion battery production line especially for LG Chemical, mainly design and develop battery packs and charge/discharge system now. After dissolution of Apple Center Kyoto Oike in 1998, established Compass Co.,Ltd. that signed regular agency contract with Apple Computer. Sold PC peripherals other than Apple products and computer systems. Sold hospital pathology system "Star Pathology" to major hospitals across the country. Established ITM Co.,Ltd. in 2003. And conducted it as a factory for industrial electronic equipment, LED display device, Control device, variaous measurement equipment and etc. Converted IKS Limited company to IKS Co.,Ltd. in 2005.  Established IKS USA,Inc. in 2005. Conducted it as an overseas sales office. 

Changhee Sohn

LSIS.Co., Ltd., General Manager

- Education: Chungnam National University BA(’91)
- Full Time Employment: LSIS Co., Ltd.(‘91~ ).

Yoonjae (Vince) Heo

Ernst & Young, Senior Manager

Yoonjae (Vince) Heo is a senior manager in International Development & Strategy team at Ernst & Young. With his current role, he assists clients in the Government, Power and Utilities, Financial Services, and Technology sectors in the areas of energy storage, demand side management, distributed generation and other emerging energy technologies to develop business models and assess their commercial viability. Prior to EY, Mr. Heo worked in Global Green Growth Institute and Bloomberg Hong Kong office. He received a MSc in environmental policy and regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and BA in Agricultural Economics from Seoul National University.

Susumu Yoneoka

Asian Development Bank, Energy Specialist (Smart Grids)

Susumu Yoneoka is the energy specialist (Smart Grids). His major roles are the technical support of operations department and the development & management of knowledge in smart grid area.
He has about 10 years private sector working experience in planning and leading energy supply projects, especially focusing on demand-side, with expertise in the electricity sector structure, regulation, regional power supply, and smart grid technology applications in renewable energy integration, ICT system for network and demand-side management).
Prior to joining ADB, he worked in a subsidiary of large telecommunications holding-company in Japan, as an Energy Business Planning Manager. He was responsible for leading projects in creating a smart community and led establishment of a new regional power retailing company in Japan. He has also worked in a market-leader company of new Power Producer and Supplier in Japan.
He holds a Master's degree of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, and a Bachelor's degree of Mechanical Engineering and Science, both from Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Daisuke Takeda

Toshiba Corporation, Group Manager

Daisuke Takeda received the B.E., M.E., and Ph.D. degrees from Keio University, Japan in 1996, 1998, and 2009, respectively, regarding wireless communication. He was working for Corporate Research and Development Center of Toshiba Corporation from 1998 to 2010. His major study was 3G and wireless LAN systems. He moved to business department in 2010 and he has been working on smart grid system engineering. He was in charge of Japan-US smart grid project in New Mexico. He is a manager of Battery Systems & Solutions Engineering Group and in charge of battery storage systems as well as smart gird solutions.

Yang Liu

National University of Singapore, Senior Research Fellow

Dr. LIU Yang is a Senior Research Fellow in Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore. His research area involves integration of renewables and energy efficiency in the district energy systems. Prior to this position, He was an Energy Specialist at the International Energy Agency (IEA), where he focused on monitoring of energy efficiency trends and impacts in emerging economies, as well as providing technical assistance to governments and businesses.
Dr. LIU has a blend of operational and academic experience in clean energy, public policy, and sustainability strategy. Over the last few years, he has published widely on the topics of energy efficiency, renewable energy and policy evaluation in well-recognised journals including Energy Journal and Energy Economics, and he has co-authored the 2015 and 2016 IEA Global Energy Efficiency Market Reports. He earned his Ph.D. in Energy Economics from the Ecole Polytechnique of France.

Heiko Friedrich Staubitz

Germany Trade and Invest, Senior Manager Smart Grid & Energy Storage

Heiko Staubitz has been senior manager investor consulting in the department for Energy, Environment & Resources within GTAI since 2007. He is head of task force smart grid and responsible for the industrial settlement of international investors in Germany in the field of energy storage and smart grids.
Prior to his position at GTAI, Heiko Staubitz worked for many years as product developer in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency at EnBW, Germany's third-largest energy supplier. He has an academic background in energy and process engineering.

Platt Glenn

CSIRO energy, Research Director

Glenn Platt is an entrepreneur, technology leader and researcher in the renewable energy and clean technology space. Glenn has spun out several businesses working with solar, batteries and clean technologies, and leads the Grids and Energy Efficiency program within CSIRO’s Energy Flagship.
Glenn is a graduate of Harvard Business School, holds PhD and electrical engineering degrees from the University of Newcastle Australia, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Technology, Sydney. Prior to CSIRO, Glenn worked in Denmark with Nokia Mobile Phones on the standardisation and application of cutting-edge mobile communications technology. Before his time in Denmark, Glenn was employed in an engineering capacity for various Australian engineering consultancies, working on industrial automation and control projects.
Glenn is a Vincent Fairfax Fellow, and a recipient of the Australian Financial Review Young Executive of the year award.

James M Hoelscher

Parker Hannifin, General Manager

Jim is a degreed Electrical Engineer with over 25 years of expertise in the area advanced power conversion and custom engineered system solutions. Jim has been with Parker Hannifin for 13 years and created an Energy Storage focused business unit over 10 years ago. Parker’s Energy Grid Tie div. has deployed nearly 400 MWs of battery energy storage power conversion systems on a global basis and are regarded as one of the key pioneers in the industry.

KYUSANG LEE

Asia Networks Viet Nam Co., Ltd, President

Korean Military Academy (1989) US Naval Postgraduate school (Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering): 1998 UN Peace Keeping Force in East Timor and Afghanistan: 2000 ~ 2002 Asia Networks Persident
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