The 4th Teachers, 3,000 more semiconductor talents for 5 years.
The four major science and technology institutes, including the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), established a semiconductor system engineering department to foster core personnel in semiconductors, and decided to produce 200 academic talents annually.
In addition, the number of graduate schools will be increased to foster more than 500 number of masters of semiconductor masters per year.
The goal is to grow more than 3,000 semiconductor talents in five years through the four major tankers.
Lee Jong-ho, Minister of Science and Technology Information and Communication, held a meeting with the fourth generation president at KAIST on the 30th to foster key semiconductor core personnel for the realization of a super-speed semiconductor power.
The industry also attended the industry, including Chung Eun-seung, president of Samsung Electronics, Kim Dong-seop, president of SK Hynix, Hwang Kyu-cheol, President of DB Hitech, and CEO of Wang Sung-ho, Nemesis, who is the Secretary of State.
Lee Jong-ho began to cultivate core semiconductor manpower by leading the first on-site visit to AI semiconductor companies on the 24th.
■ Expansion of fostering semiconductor professional personnel
First of all, the Ministry of Science and Technology plans to support the budget for the next year’s budget for the system semiconductor design workforce training project and the AI high-end talent training project to foster semiconductor design personnel.
The four major science and teaching agencies will promote bachelor’s class semiconductor human resources with the industry.
KAIST, Gwangju GIST, Daegu Gyeongbuk and DGIST, and Ulsan and UNIST also introduced the semiconductor contract department to develop more than 200 talent from next year.
In addition, in order to foster the master’s and doctoral semiconductor specialists, the company plans to strengthen the industry-academic cooperation graduate program currently operated by KAIST and UNIST, and to consider the installation of GIST and DGIST.
Through this, the company will expand the number of doctors from 220 doctors per year to more than 500 in the next five years.
■ 4th Technology, Industry · Strengthening Global Cooperation
In addition, the company will also recruit doctoral professors from industries, such as semiconductor design and process, and expand industry-academic cooperation education and research programs.
KAIST uses Pyeongtaek Semiconductor Campus and establishes a PIM research center. It also discusses ways to operate the Korea Semiconductor Industry Association and on-site human resources retraining programs. In accordance with government support, the establishment of the Semiconductor Research Institute will be reviewed.
Following the establishment of a compound semiconductor light fusion research center, GIST decided to expand industry-academic cooperation by establishing an open compound semiconductor specialized fab.
DGIST operates industry-academic cooperation projects to solve the difficulties of companies and research institutes, focusing on next-generation peninsula convergence research institute.
UNIST has adopted a special professor in the Peninsula Ched Display Industry-Academic Research Center and has decided to cultivate basic practical convergence talent.
In addition, the company plans to expand joint research and manpower exchanges in the semiconductor sector between overseas universities, research institutes, companies, and four major science and four major science.
Minister Lee Jong-ho said, “The key to securing the competitiveness of super-range semiconductor technology is to be able to fully use the basic and high-quality talents to be used in research and industrial sectors.” It is very important to cultivate human resources through industry-university cooperation. ”
“The four major science and technology institutes will lead the industry with the industry to promote the industry-university cooperation talent development model, which will actively secure the core personnel needed by the industry.”