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2018 컨퍼런스
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Ralf Eickhoff

Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
Project Management Juelich

Since 2006, Ralf is with the Project Management Juelich (PtJ) where he is responsible for Smart Grid R&D funding on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.
PtJ is one of the leading project management agencies in Germany and works hand in hand with public authorities in science, industry, and policy-making. PtJ supports national Ministries in the German federal and state governments as well as the European Commission in achieving their funding policy objectives. On behalf of those Ministries, PtJ implements research and innovation funding programs with the aim of enhancing Germany’s competitiveness as a prime location for research and innovation in a common European Research Area.
Founded as a project management agency in 1974 to implement the German federal government’s first energy research program, today PtJ boast a wide range of topics with some 40 years of experience and 1092 employees. Within programs supporting research and innovation, PtJ allocated some € 1.61 billion of funding during the 2017 financial year on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), and the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) as well as on behalf of several regional state goverments.
In his talk, Ralf will present the current situation of the renewables deployment in Germany and their effects on Germany’s transmission and distribution networks. He will show how renewables completely change power grid best practices in Germany and how R&D programs address those challenges.
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Zainal Arifin

PLN Indonesia
Engineering
Vice President of Technology Development & Standardization

Zainal Arifin is currently Vice President of Technology Development and Standardization of PLN. His main responsibility is to do technology assessment, standardization and innovation management in PLN. He is Team leader of PLN Smart Grid and also Head of Electric Vehicle infrastructure development in PLN.
He was invited to deliver speech at some international conferences. His writing about energy, technology and innovation management is published at some newspaper, magazines, and book in Indonesia. He has also published articles in international peer-reviewed journals.
He received a BSC in mechanical engineering from Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Indonesia in 1994. He earned his MBA in operation management in 2010 from University of Missouri-. St Louis (UMSL), USA, and a PhD in strategic management within research focusing to technology adoption in electricity utility industry from Universitas Indonesia in 2016.
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Titiporn Sangpetch

Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
System Planning Division
Senior Engineer

Educational Background:
PhD of Power Engineering in power systems planning at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK; 2006 Master of Engineering (MEng) in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA; 1998 Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Electrical Engineering at Prince of Songkhla University, THAILAND; 1994

Institution/Organization:
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Current Position:
Senior Engineer Level 10 Transmission System Investment Planning Department, System Planning Division

Biography:
Dr. Titiporn Sangpetch received her BEng in Electrical Engineering at Prince of Songkhla University, THAILAND, in 1994; MEng in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, in 1998; and PhD of Power Engineering in Energy Management, majoring in power systems planning at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, in 2006, respectively.
Since graduating in 1994, she has been working with EGAT as a power systems engineer in Transmission System Engineering Division. At the division, her responsibility includes EGAT specifications of power transformers, instrument transformers, surge arresters, disconnecting switches and power circuit breakers through the rated voltages of 115-500 kV.
In 1997, she had an opportunity to further her studies by undertaking a MEng Degree in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where she graduated in December 1998. She returned to Thailand for the next two year and worked as a power system engineer at the Transmission System Engineering Division. During this period, she was appointed to be a working member of the steering committee on Grid Code restructuring scheme of electricity supply industry.
In 2001, she started her Doctorial research under the scholarship of Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO), Ministry of Energy, the Royal Thai Government at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. She finished in 2006 and received a PhD of Power Engineering in Energy Management, majoring in power systems planning. Currently she is working at the System Planning Division, EGAT, as Senior Engineer Level 10 in Transmission System Investment Planning Department. Her research interests include power systems planning, management and control, and economics along with Artificial Intelligent (AI) techniques applicable for power engineering. In addition, her work is centered on sustainable development by means of renewable energy and environmental management, distributed generation for long-term grid connection planning, and power system reliability assessment.
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DaeKyeong,Kim

Asian Development Bank
Sustainable Development and Climate Change Senior Energy Specialist

He is the senior energy specialist (Smart Grids) of the Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department of ADB. His major roles are the support of operations department and the development & management of knowledge in smart grid area. Prior to join ADB, he worked at private sector for 3 years and public sector for 30 years as a power system engineer and researcher in Korea. He was the person in charge of the National Smart Grid Roadmap, the 1st Smart Grid Action planand Smart Grid R&D Program Planning in Korea.
He has been actively participated in the international collaboration activities such as APEC EGNRET, APEC Smart Grid Initiative, ISGAN (International Smart Grid Action Network) and so on. Through these activities, he becomes familiar to the status of smart grid of both developed countries and developing countries.
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SeungIl,Moon

School of Electrical Engineering
College of Engineering
Seoul National Universityt

Major Area
Electrical Power System
Smart Grid
Renewable Energy
Battery Energy Storage System

Educational Background
Sep 1989 - June 1993 Ph.D. Electrical Engineering/The Ohio State University
Sep 1985 - Aug 1989 M.S. Electrical Engineering/The Ohio State University
Mar 1981 - Feb 1985 B.S. Electrical Engineering/Seoul National University

Professional Experiences
2009 - 2015 Member of Presidential Committee of Green Growth
2009 - 2016 Advisor for Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
2009 - 2013 Member of Electric Power Policy Committee
2007 - 2008 Member of Electricity Regulatory Commission
2012 - 2016 Executive Director of Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
2011 - present Executive Director of Korea Smart Grid Institute
2009 - present Member of Advisory Committee, Korea Electrical Safety Corporation
2014 - 2016 Chairman of Electric Power Policy Committee
2015 - 2016 Director of Korea Electrical Engineering & Science Research Institute
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KyuJe,Lee

CEO, Jeju Electric Vehicle Service Co., Ltd

- Korea Electric Vehicle Association Executive Vice President
- Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Committee Chairman(KSGA 2018)
- POSCO GROUP 32 years (POSCO, POSCOICT)
- Launched Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Business(ChargeEV)
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Kyo-Sun Oh

Director of Smart Energy Business Division, LSIS

EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
1983 Bachelor’s degree at Seoul National University, majored in Electrical Engineering

CAREER HISTORY
1983-1988 Dong-Ah E&C Co., Ltd.
1988-1998 Goldstar Instrument & Electric Co., Ltd.
1998-Present LSIS Co., Ltd.
- 1998-2009 Chief of new business development team
- 2010-2017 Chief of MKT team for Automation Biz.
- 2018~ Director of Smart Energy Business Division
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Sung-Bae Yang

Vice President

Main Career
'08 - ‘14 Manager, Power Planning Development Team, KPX
‘16 - ’18 Vice President, Power Planning Development Dept. KPX

Present Vice President, New Energy Market Development Dept. KPX
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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)
■ KIEE, Director (2016- Present)
Heiko Staubitz

Heiko Staubitz

Germany Trade and Invest

Heiko Staubitz has been Senior Manager Investor Consulting in the department for Energy, Building & Environmental Technologies within GTAI since 2007. He is 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.
Sung-Jun-Park

SungJun, Park

Center for Block Chain Research Center , Graduate School of International Affairs and Information Security, Dongguk University

- Don Tapscott / Alex Tapscott, “Blockchain Revolution“ subtrahend
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