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  • 울타리
  • 재외과협
  • YGF
  • YPF
  • 차세대 교류협력
  • 차세대 NET
  • CKC/CIS/AKC/UKC/EKC
  • 남북사업
  • 고객센터
  • 재외과협
  • YGF
  • BRAINPOOL
  • 남북사업
  • 교류지원
교류협력 프로그램 세부일정에 관한 표입니다.
일시 주요 내용(장소) 비고
1일차
[8/31(월)]

Arrival &
Orientation
18:25
  • 인천 공항 출발
AC 062
18:3522:00
  • 토론토 공항 도착
  • 토론토 공항 출발

AC 628
1:04
(+1DAY)
  • 할리팩스 공항 도착
    *호텔 체크인 [Sutton Place Hotel]
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2일차
[9/1(화)]

Entrepre
neurship &
Research Day
07:00-09:00
  • 조식
-
09:00-10:00
  • 행사 오리엔테이션 및 프로그램 운영진 소개
    [Sutton Place Hotel Board room]
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10:00-12:00
  • nnovacorp (벤처기업 육성 기관) 방문
  • Dalhousie Brain Repair Centre & Health & Environments Research Centre (HERC) 견학
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12:00-14:00
  • 중식 및 Waterfront 방문
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14:00-16:00
  • Ocean Frontier Institute 방문
-
16:00-18:00
  • Research Life Sciences Research Institute (LSRI) 세미나
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18:00-20:00
  • Welcome Dinner
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3일차
[9/2(수)]

University &
Heritage Day
07:00-09:00
  • 조식
-
09:00-12:00
  • Dalhousie University 방문
  • Dalhousie Brain Centre & Health & Environments Research Centre(HERC) 방문
  • Dalhousie Life Sciences Research Institutue(LSRI) 세미나
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12:00-13:00
  • 중식
-
13:00-18:00
  • Maritime Museum of the Atlantic 방문
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18:00-20:00
  • 석식 with AKCSE executives
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4일차
[9/3(목)]

CKC Opening
07:00-09:00
  • 조식
-
09:00-12:00
  • YGF·YPF Alumni 포럼 개회식, 주제별 그룹토론, 산·학·연 멘토, Fame-Lab 등
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12:00-13:15
  • Networking Lunch with AKCSE-YG/YP excecutives
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13:15-17:30
  • CKC YGP Program: YGP Opening Ceremony, Technical Seminars
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17:30-18:15
  • CKC 2020 Networking
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18:15-20:00
  • CKC 2020 Welcome Reception
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5일차
[9/4(금)]

Conference
Day 1
07:00-08:30
  • 조식
-
08:30-10:00
  • CKC 2020 Opening Ceremony
-
10:45-11:15
  • Plenary Talk I
-
11:15-12:15
  • FameLab Competition
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12:15-13:15
  • 중식 [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
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13:15-14:45
  • Entrepreneurship Talk
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15:00-16:30
  • Industry Talk
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16:45-18:00
  • Poster Competition
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18:00-20:00
  • KOFST-AKCSE Networking Dinner
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6일차
[9/5(토)]

Conference
Day 2
07:00-08:30
  • 조식 [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
-
08:30-10:00
  • STI forum
-
10:00-10:30
  • R&D Canada
-
10:45-11:30
  • Plenary Talk II
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11:30-12:15
  • Why Canada?
-
12:15-13:15
  • 중식 [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
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13:15-18:00
  • CKC Formal Off-site Technical Program
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18:00-21:00
  • Banquet and Award Ceremony
    [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
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7일차
[9/6(일)]

Conference
Day 3
07:00-08:30
  • 조식 [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
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09:00-12:15
  • CKC 프로그램 참석
-
12:15-13:15
  • 중식 [Halifax Convention Centre, B1]
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13:15-17:00
  • CKC 프로그램 참석
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18:00-20:00
  • Farewell Dinner
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8일차
[9/7(월)]

Departure
03:30-04:00
  • 호텔 체크아웃, 할리팩스 공항으로 이동
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06:00
  • 할리팩스 공항 출발
AC 1551
07:22
  • 토론토 공항 도착
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14:00
  • 토론토 공항 출발
AC 061
9일차
[9/8(화)]
16:45
  • 인천 공항 도착 및 해산
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방문기관 소개

Dalhousie University
Dalhousie University (commonly known as Dal) is a public research university in Nova Scotia, Canada, with three campuses in Halifax, a fourth in Bible Hill, and medical teaching facilities in Saint John, New Brunswick. Dalhousie offers more than 4,000 courses, and 180 degree programs in twelve undergraduate, graduate, and professional faculties.[5] The university is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada.

Dalhousie was established as a nonsectarian college in 1818 by the eponymous Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie. The college did not hold its first class until 1838, until then operating sporadically due to financial difficulties. It reopened for a third time in 1863 following a reorganization that brought a change of name to "The Governors of Dalhousie College and University". The university formally changed its name to "Dalhousie University" in 1997 through the same provincial legislation that merged the institution with the Technical University of Nova Scotia.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
TheMaritime Museum of the Atlantic is a maritime museum located in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The museum is a member institution of the Nova Scotia Museum and is the oldest and largest maritime museum in Canada with a collection of over 30,000 artifacts including 70 small craft and a steamship: the CSS Acadia, a 180-foot steam-powered hydrographic survey ship launched in 1913.

The museum was founded in 1948. It was first known as the Maritime Museum of Canada and located at HMC Dockyard, the naval base on Halifax Harbour. Several naval officers served as volunteer chairs of the museum until 1959 when Niels Jannasch was hired as the museum's founding director, serving until 1985. The museum moved through several locations over the next three decades before its current building was constructed in 1981 as part of a waterfront redevelopment program. The museum received the CSS Acadia in 1982. Today the museum is part of the Nova Scotia Museum system.

The museum was one of the first attractions to open on the redeveloped Halifax Waterfront. Its location provides the museum with several piers and boatsheds, as well as a strategic view of the Halifax Harbour looking seaward towards the Harbourmaster office and Georges Island and across to Dartmouth. Among its facilities is the restored 1880s Robertson Store ship chandler building, as well as modern exhibit galleries in the Devonian Wing (the modern museum building). HMCS Sackville, a World War II Flower-class corvette is docked adjacent to the museum in the summer months but is not owned or administered by the museum.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
TheCanadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is Canada's national museum of immigration. The museum occupies part of Pier 21, the former ocean liner terminal and immigration shed from 1928 to 1971. Pier 21 is Canada's last remaining ocean immigration shed. The facility is often compared to Ellis Island (1892–1954), in terms of its importance to mid-20th-century immigration to Canada an association it shares with 19th century immigration history at Grosse Isle, Quebec (1832–1932) and Partridge Island in Saint John, New Brunswick (1785–1941). The Museum began as an independent institution run by the Pier 21 Society in 1999. It became a national museum run by the Canadian federal government in 2011.

The Museum is located in the former Pier 21 immigration facility built in 1928 as part of the Ocean Terminals development in Halifax. The Pier played a crucial role in World War II and in the peak years of postwar immigration to Canada in the 1940s and 50s. Pier 21 closed as an immigration terminal in 1971. From the 1970s until 1991, Pier 21 housed the Nova Scotia Nautical Institute, a training facility for professional mariners. During the 1990s, the former immigration quarters provided studio and workshop space for artists. The ocean liner pier itself became increasingly used as the Halifax Port Authority's cruise ship dock. On September 22, 1997, the site was designated a National Historic Site by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
TheOcean Frontier Institute (OFI) was established in September 2016 through a partnership led by Dalhousie University, Memorial University and the University of Prince Edward Island. An international hub for ocean research, OFI brings together experts from both sides of the North Atlantic to explore the vast potential of the ocean.

Research priorities
OFI's ocean research focuses on:
  • Changes — research examines key aspects of atmosphere-ocean interaction, resulting ocean dynamics, and shifting ecosystems
  • Solutions — research focuses on effective approaches to resource development that are sustainable, globally competitive, societally acceptable and resilient to change
Research benefits
OFI research will help:
  • improve prediction and mitigation of major storms
  • manage human activities as they relate to ocean resources
  • improve the potential for fisheries and aquaculture industries to meet global seafood demand in a sustainable manner
  • strengthen marine safety
  • transform how we monitor the ocean with new data capture and IT tools.
Geographic focus
OFI research focuses on the North Atlantic and Canadian Arctic Gateway, which includes the Labrador Sea and eastern portions of the straits of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The region's unique physical, chemical and biological processes make it an epicentre of international scientific interest and a predictor for the global ocean. Its deep overturning circulation results in the most intense carbon sequestration on the planet. It has a highly productive marine ecosystem and air-sea interactions that modulate the weather and climate of North America and Europe. Diminished ice cover has increased shipping in the Canadian Arctic, raising sovereignty, security, social and environmental issues.