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Main Session 3 [Shipbuilding] Fluctuating Global Shipbuilding Market-2030 Korea, the leading global shipbuilding and maritime powerhouse
Date 10.29(Thu.) 10:00~12:00 (GMT+09:00)
Place Please partlclpate ln WOF 2020 onllne through the wof.kr/eng.
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[Chair]  

Shin Jong-gye
Technical Advisor, Advanced Research Center
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering
Prof. Shin (1955) studied Naval Architecture at Seoul National University (1977 BS, 1979 MS) and Ocean Engineering at M.I.T. (1989 PhD) and has been employed by Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering before he became a professor at Seoul National University. For 26 years, he taught and researched on ship production science at SNU. He retired in 2020 and now is a professor emeritus. Currently, he leads innovative technologies for a smart shipyard and organizes a national research consortium for the possible national project. He also works for practical applications of plate bending automation and shipyard simulations.
Prof. Shin셲 new position is a technology advisor at Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering, a company of Hyundai Heavy Industries Group. He is also the Chairman of Board of Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, the Technology Chairman of Korean Registry of Shipping. He is a member of National Academy of Engineering of Korea, a Fellow of Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers(SNAME) of U.S.A. He is a world first three-time recipient of the Elmer L. Hann award from SNAME.
[Speaker]  
Future of IMO Environmental Regulation and Smart Shipping
Stavros Hatzigrigoris
Marine Consultant Former President, Maran Gas Maritime Inc., Greece
Marine Consultant Former President, Maran Gas Maritime Inc., Greece
Mr. Hatzigrigoris is a Marine Consultant, He held the position of Managing Director of Maran Tankers Management between 1992 and 2014 and in addition he was the Managing Director of Maran Gas Maritime between 2003 and 2020. Stavros joined Anangel Shipping Enterprises S.A. in 1981 as a Fleet Manager a position which he held until his appointment to Managing Director of Maran Tankers Management. Stavros holds a B.Sc. in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from University College London as well as an M.Sc. in Marine Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. He has studied Management of Ship Operations in the University of Strathclyde. He is a member of numerous national and international shipping bodies and committees. He is a fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineers and has been Vice President of SNAME International between 208 and 2010. He is the Chairman of the DNV GL Technical Committee in Greece and has been an active member of the ABS Technical Committee and the Greek technical committees of DNV, LRS, KR and CRS.
[Speaker]  
Future Technology Development Strategy for Eco-friendly Autonomous Ships
Joo Won-ho
Director, Advanced Research Center
Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering
Director Joo Won-ho(1966) studied Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at Seoul National University and obtained a Master(1992) and a Doctor(2008) of Naval Architecture Engineering degree from the same university. After joining Maritime Research Institute of Hyundai Heavy Industries(HHI) in 1992, he was in charge of developing noise and vibration control technology for ships, and served as the head of the Advanced Research Institute and the Director of the Corporate Research Center of HHI. Currently, he is leading the development and business of eco-friendly autonomous ship technology as the first director of Advanced Research Center and senior executive vice president and CTO of Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co.(KSOE).
As an academic activity, he participated as the chairman of the Korea Ship and Offshore Plant Congress, Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering and as a member of the ISSC dynamic response subcommittee. Since 2020, he has been the vice president of the Korean Society of Shipbuilding.
[Speaker]  
Arrival of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship and its Legal Issues
Kim In-hyeon
Professor, School of Law/Captain
Korea University
KIM In Hyeon, born in 1959, is a full time professor in Maritime Law and Marine Insurance Law and the director of Maritime Law Center at the School of Law, Korea University in Korea.
He studied nautical science in the Korea Maritime University and employed by the Sanko Steamship Co. LTD from 1982. After he quitted serving as the Captain (still holds valid Master셲 license until 2024), he started to study maritime law at Korea University from 1994. He obtained LL.D at Korea University in 1999 and LL.M from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004.
He also studied law at the bachelor course of the Korea University from 2005 to 2007. He studied maritime law at National University of Singapore as a visiting professor in 2013 and Tokyo University in 2019. He served as a maritime consultant for Kim & Chang, the largest law firm in Korea from 1996 to 1999.
He was the president of Korea Maritime Law Association. He acted as legal adviser for Korean government to UNCITRAL Transport Law Project (Rotterdam Rules) and Legal Committee of the IMO. He was also a member of revision committee for Korean Commercial Code Maritime Law Section. He is a member of Planning Committee of CMI.
He published many English articles on maritime law in the Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce(JMLC), including Sewol Ferry Accident and Hanjin Shipping셲 Rehabilitation case in Hong Kong Law Journal. He is the author of 쏷ransport Law in South Korea published by Kluwer. He is also the author of Korean maritime law textbook such as 쏮aritime Law, 쏮arine Insurance Law, 쏮aritime Collision Avoidance Rules.
He is a listed member of Korea Commercial Arbitration Board and SCMA as well. He acted as the chairman for establishing Seoul Maritime Arbitration Association during 2017 and 2018. He is the current chairman of advisory board for Minister of Korea Ocean and Maritime Ministry. He also serves as a invited columnist for The Dong-a Ilbo and Busan Ilbo. He acted as the chief writer for the White Paper(II)(Legal Part) of Hanjin Shipping셲 Bankruptcy in 2016.
[Speaker]  
GHG 2030 and Opportunity, Korean Shipbuilding Industries through Green Technology
Lee Kang-ki
AVL List GmbH
AVL List GmbH
Professor Kang-Ki LEE currently working as senior vice president and responsible for High Power Systems at AVL List GmbH in Austria, studied mechanical engineering at MSc till 1995. And management skills added through Advanced Industrial Program at Seoul National University in 2007 and the executive management course by MAN Group through Corporate Program with WHU, Germany and Said Business School of Oxford University till 2010.
Worked as president of MAN Diesel Korea Ltd since 2007 responsible for the business of internal combustion engine on various applications besides role as a head of Turbo-machineries business units of MAN for Far East Asia till 2012. Afterwards, served as exec. vice president of Daewoo SEC responsible for business development & global sales & marketing, and continued as a professor of Korea Maritime & Ocean University teaching internal combustion engine and power systems till 2018.
Research interest on Emission, Power Systems, Energy Trend focus on LNG & Alternative Fuels, Future Technology of Logistics & Transportation, & Convergent Offshore Plants. Business leading of the World first LNG fueled ship development for Northern America and project leader of World first & largest LNG fueled bulk carrier upon IMO IGF Code.
Currently working as deputy Chair of CIMAC GHG Strategy WG and a member of Go-LNG
[Debater]  

Bae Jung-chul
President
Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI)
Presiden Jung-Chul Bae got B.E. for Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering at Korea Maritime and Ocean University(KMOU) (1986), got M.E. (1992) and D.E (1996) for Marine Communication at KMOU.
He had been employed Saracom as a research director(1988.09~2006.02), and had been employed Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute(KOMERI) as a director of 쁄lectric and Electronic Research Center, 쁀udit Department, and 쁌anagement Planning, etc. (2006.03~2020.06).
He is a president of KOMERI now, (2020.07.01~), and also is a adjunct professor of engineering college in KMOU(2012.03~current) and of 쁬anagement of technology department in Pukyong National University 2016.03~current).

[Debater]  

Lee hwa-lyong
Vice President,Regional Business Development Manager
DNV GL
Hwa Lyong Lee(HLee) has various experiences both in Korea and Norway in terms of ship design, rule development, hull approval and pre-contract/marketing works toward yards and owners.
He studied Naval engineering and architecture at Seoul National University in Seoul Korea(1981).
Before joining in DNV on 1998, he had been working as chief hull structural engineer for DSME in Korea more than 16 years since 1983. In DSME, he worked in the hull basic design dep셳 covering all pre-contract and basic design process with hull key plans after contract. His long experience in one of the most recognized yards brought a lot solution-oriented input into DNV셲 rule development process and enables him to build-up the network not only with shipbuilders but containership owners.
He has been involved in many recognized/challenging projects both in the ship yard and DNV for design, approval and joint development with a lot innovative ideas.. DNV셲 proposed 쏰perating profile based hullform optimization procedure was one of the outstanding outcomes of his contributions to the joint works.
In DNV GL, he had been working as hull approval manager, project director for container ship and head of the pre-contract dep셳 since 2008 until 2014.
From 2014, he had been working as business development manager responsible for HHI group yards and since 2017 he has been responsible for business development of DNVGL Korea/Japan as regional business development manager.

[Debater]  

Lee Yun-cheol
Vice President/Dean of Graduate School
Korea Maritime & Ocean University
Prof. Yun-cheol Lee (1964) studied Nautical Science at Korea Maritime and Ocean University (1985) and International Law of the Sea at the Kyungpook National University(1997) and has been employed as a Professor for 26 years from 1995. Now he is serving as a Vice President and Dean of Graduate School of the Korea Maritime and Ocean University.
Professor Lee is a Honorary President of the Korea Institute of Maritime Law, consultant of Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, Korea Coast Guard and Busan Metropolitan City Council. Professor Lee also acts as a President of Maritime Safety Law Forum of MOF, a National Legislative Officer of Korea Ministry of Government Legislation, a member of Korean Register of Shipping, and a Audit of Korea Shipping Association.
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