2017 ARCS(Alumni Requested Cooperation Study) by March 31
Dear all KAIST ITTP Alumni,
I hope this message finds you well.
Greeting from South Korea.
I am Sharon Lee who is in charge of International academic-industry cooperation in ITTP, KAIST.
I am pleased to inform you that the 2017 ARCS program, a kind of KAIST ITTP's academic-industry cooperation program for Alumni, has begun.
Please read the following information and send your “Collaboration Study Proposal” by the end of March.
□ ARCS(Alumni Requested Cooperation Study)
- Concept of the ARCS(Alumni Requested Cooperation Study)
ARCS(Alumni Requested Cooperation Study) that aims to create opportunities for cooperation with Korean companies
by proposing demand from the relevant countries through a network of alumni engaged in ICT-related government and research institutes in each country.
Document to submit
Submission of collaboration study proposal
Collaboration study proposal
Matching with companies
After the proposal submission
Academic-industry cooperation team
Submission of collaboration study plan report
After online meeting with the cooperating company
Alumni (including opinions from company)
Collaboration study plan
Letter of Intent from alumni’s country
Recommended to be submitted with the study plan
Alumni and division in charge
After the study plan submission
ITTP Academic-industry cooperation committee
Joint Research and visiting(if it necessary)
After selected as ARCS
Alumnus(alumna) and person in charge
(shuttle flight airfare for visiting Korea would be supported if necessary)
Submission of collaboration study final report
After Joint Research
Collaboration study final
※ We will recruit the ARCS several times a year, but if there is a demand of the business or a demand of the alumni,
you can submit the proposal at any time according to the above process.
- Financial support
After the ARCS screening of the ITTP academic-industry cooperation committee, ITTP support the round-trip airfare (up to 2 people-including alumni)
- Note for alumni
* Collaboration study should be led by alumni. Actively act according to the ARCS process.
* Continue your efforts with the results of the study after the collaboration study. We also encourage you to share your following progress with the ITTP office.
* Collaboration study results will give some selected alumni the opportunity to present at the annual Global ICT Seoul Forum.(Nov.)
- Documents to submit
Collaboration study proposal, Collaboration study plan, (Letter of Intent), Collaboration study final report