Now in its 11th year, a unique, student organized academic consortium takes place this week in Daejeon, Korea. The KKT Workshop, sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation brings together the brightest students from Korea’s Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Japan’s Keio University and China’s Tsinghua University, all of which boost the most prominent microelectronics engineering programs in Asia. A three-day forum with more than 50 participants, KKT Workshop includes poster sessions, lectures, panel discussions and exhibitions. Students will tour historical landmarks and visit local semiconductor companies including Samsung.
Originating in 2004, KKT Workshop is the brainchild of three world renowned academicians in the field of networking and mixed signal technology – Professor Hoi-Jun Yoo of KAIST, Professor Tadahiro Kuroda of Keio and Professor Zhihua Wang of Tsinghua University. With the goal to create true collaborative synergies between students and graduates from their countries, the three professors put students in charge. The entire event, rotated between the three host countries, is […]