너비 1200 이상
너비 768 - 1199
너비 767 이하
International Symposium of Science Museums 2018 November 8~9, 2018 / Daejeon, Republic of Korea


Keynote & Invited Speaker

Keynote Session Ⅰ
(Nov. 8th (Thu.), 17:00-18:00)

Nina Simon

Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
Nina Simon has been called a “museum visionary” by Smithsonian Magazine, a Silicon Valley Business Journal “40 under 40,” and Santa Cruz County Woman of the Year for her innovative community leadership. She is the Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History and the founder of the OFBYFOR ALL movement. Nina is the best-selling author of The Participatory Museum (2010), The Art of Relevance (2016) and the popular Museum 2.0 blog. Previously, Nina worked as an independent consultant and exhibition designer with over one hundred museums and cultural centers around the world. Nina began her career at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C.
Keynote Session Ⅱ
(Nov. 9th (Fri.), 15:30-16:30)

Dr. Noah Raford

Chief Operating Officer at the Dubai Future Foundation
Dr. Noah Raford is the Chief Operating Officer, “Futurist-in-Chief” at the Dubai Future Foundation and a former advisor on futures, foresight, and innovation in the UAE Prime Minister’s Office. Noah helped establish the country’s first national foresight unit, helped established the Dubai Future’s Foundation and the Museum of the Future, and is part of a team that identifies emerging opportunities, develops strategic partnerships, and prototypes future initiatives for the Government of Dubai. Some the projects he has recently been involved with include:
  • The Museum of the Future
  • The Dubai Global Blockchain Council
  • The UAE Drones for Good Award
  • The UAE Robotics for Good Award
  • The Dubai 3D Printing Strategy
  • The Dubai Self-Driving Vehicle Strategy
  • The International Council on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (iCAIR)
  • The “Office of the Future”; the world’s first fully functional 3D printed building.
Prior to his work in the UAE, Noah was a senior manager at the strategy consultancy Monitor / GBN, CEO of the technology foresight company Futurescaper LLC, the North American Director of Space Syntax Limited, and the Senior Research Advisor to Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment. Noah completed his PhD at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), his masters degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and his undergraduate studies at Brown University. He is a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics, a fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, a member of the International Futures Forum. He lives in Dubai, is married with two children and is a semi-retired techno DJ. He maintains an occasional podcast called NerdHouse(mixing deep techno with deep lectures and spoken word) and recently finished his second book, “Warlords, Inc.”.
Invited Speaker Ⅰ
(Nov. 8th (Thu.), 13:00-14:30)

Hosan Kim

CKD Kochon Foundation

Harald Peter KRAEMER

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Currently Harald Peter Kraemer is Associate Professor at the School of Creative Media of City University of Hong Kong and there Head of the MA program Curating Art & Media. Since his PhD in Art History on Museum Informatics, he has been involved in more than 60 museum management projects and as creative director, he has produced more than 130 interactive online and offline applications for museums with various teams. Furthermore he is a curator and designer of exhibitions like ISEA2016 in Hong Kong, The Age of Experience (Hong Kong 2015/Vienna 2016) or Interval in Space (Nairs/Hong Kong 2017) to name a few. Kraemer has written and published widely on the subject of hypermedia, museum informatics, and digital collections, as well as contemporary art and knowledge transfer in/for museums. Recent publications: The Age of Experience. Hong Kong - Vienna. Exhibition Strategy & Reflection (2017); Robert Lettner. Das Spiel vom Kommen und Gehen (2018). Coming publication: Multimedia Classics - Hypermedia Hermeneutics - Transmedia Storytelling.

Jong-i Lin

National Science and Technology Museum (NSTM), Taiwan
Jong-I Lin was born in 1958, in Peng-Hu County, Taiwan. He received his master’s degree from the Graduate Institute of Conservation of Cultural Relics and Museology, Tainan National University of the Art, Taiwan. He previously served as the Director at Secretariat and Public Service Division, National Science and Technology Museum (NSTM), Kaohsiung, Taiwan.Currently, he is the Director of the Collections and Research Division, NSTM. He is in charge of collection, preservation, research, publication, appraisal and academic exchange of items concerning science and technology as well as having a duty to manage the open storage and develop the cultural & creative industry, NSTM. He is also an adjunct professor at Open University of Kaohsiung, I-Shou University, and Cheng Shiu University.

Thomas Hofberger

Deutsches Museum, Germany
Thomas Hofberger is a touring exhibition manager and exhibition  designer at the Deutsches Museum in Munich. He received his degree in  architecture from the University of Applied Sciences Lippe und Höxter,  Detmold. Over the last five years he has been involved in the  development and design of several exhibitions. He is currently  responsible for the production of the next major special exhibition on  coffee and for the tour of the very successful special exhibition on  energy.transitions. Before his museum career, he worked as a  senior  designer and project manager architect at Oikios, scientific assistant,  carpenter at the theatre and is co-founder of regeneraid e.V. a NGO for  sustainable building
Invited Speaker Ⅱ
(Nov. 8th (Thu.), 15:00-16:30)

Kisang Kim

National Children’s Science Center

Michael Alexis

Michael Alexis is Director of Marketing at Museum Hack, an Inc. 5000 company based in NYC and recently featured in the New York Times. Museum Hack leads renegade tours of awesome museums across the US and consults for museums around the world.
Our museum consulting services include developing revenue generating programs, staff training, custom events and more. Michael is Canadian and writes at https://michaelalexis.com. Email : michael@museumhack.com for advice on how your institution can earn more revenue.

Claude Faubert

Claude Faubert is a museum consultant specializing in science and technology museums and exhibitions, cultural heritage as well as in museum training. Claude was director general of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, Canada’s largest and most comprehensive science and technology museum from 2001 to 2011, and its Vice-President of Collection and Research from 2011 to 2015. Claude was a member of ICOM’s Executive Council from 2007 to 2013. He is a voting member of ICOM-CIMUSET Since 2013, Mr. Faubert has been the coordinator for the ICOM International Training Centre housed in the Palace Museum, Beijing.

Stuart Kohlhagen

Questacon, Australia
Dr Kohlhagen combines 40 years experience in the establishment, and development of Interactive Science Centers/Museums with research into the Science of Learning. He has run numerous international workshops in exhibition development and production as well as education and outreach program design. He was awarded an Australia Day Public Service Medal (2008) for his contribution to the informal learning sector. He has delivered professional development for Science Museum staff for over 20 years, supporting strategic planning, innovation and impact in exhibit development and public programming across several Major Asian Science centres. As The Science Nomad Stuart works to help develop informal education capacity and facilities across nearly 20 emerging countries. As visiting fellow at 3 universities he translates research in how learning and behavioral change happen to the development of principles for effective science engagement. He is the commissioned artist for over 10 major public Science-ART sculptures.
Invited Speaker Ⅲ
(Nov. 9th (Fri.), 10:00-11:30)

Tae-Beom AHN

National Science Museum

Philippe Riviere

Paris Musées., France
Paris Musées brings together 14 civic museums (including the Museum of Modern Art, the Petit Palais, the Musée Galliera, the Carnavalet Museum, the Catacombs etc.) and shared services. The three main missions are to produce high quality exhibitions and publications, to develop and accentuate the museums’ collection, and to further develop and expand its audience.
Philippe designs and implements the digital strategy for Paris Musées ranging from online visibility (including websites and social networks) to onsite mediation, outdoor and mobile interpretation through the testing of technological innovations. Since 2013, the entirety of municipal museums has been provided an online presence, including 3 of the most influential French cultural institutions on Facebook and Twitter. Over 30 mobile applications and in-situ devices were created to walk visitors through exhibitions and permanent collections. Paris Musées has conducted technological experiments in the field of indoor location, visit personalization, VR and 3D scanning, multi-dimensional sound visits and more.
Before, Philippe Riviere was Head of Digital at "Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine" (2009 - 2013) and Information Systems Manager (2011 - 2013).

Sarah Chu

Royal Ontario Museum, Canada
Sarah Chu is the Digital Learning Specialist at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto, Canada, where she oversees the onsite digital learning and online distance learning projects. She leads the ROM Makerspace, a digitally-enhanced creative learning studio that connects visiting students and teachers to the ROM’s collections through interactive hands-on activities. Sarah also develops and coordinates virtual visit programs for students across the province. At the ROM, Sarah draws from her broad experience in the field of games and learning to design, implement, and evaluate multiple game-based learning initiatives. She has previously researched learning and literacy practices in commercial online games, studied children’s digital play, and designed and developed games for learning and social impact at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Ryerson University. Sarah is committed to building and advocating for inclusion and diversity in the museum and information technology sectors.

Nancy Protor

MuseWeb Foundation, USA
Nancy Proctor is Director of The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture and of the MuseWeb Foundation, the new non-profit initiative of Museums and the Web, as well as Co-chair and Co-editor with Rich Cherry of MW’s international conferences and publications. Previously Nancy was Deputy Director of Digital Experience and Communications at the Baltimore Museum of Art (2014-2016), Head of Mobile Strategy and Initiatives at the Smithsonian Institution (2010-2014), and Head of New Media Initiatives at the Smithsonian's American Art Museum (2008-2010). With a PhD in American art history and a background in filmmaking, curation and art criticism, Nancy lectures and publishes widely on technology and innovation in museums, in French and Italian as well as English. Nancy Proctor created her first online exhibition in 1995 and went on to publish the New Art CD-ROM and website of contemporary art in the UK in 1996. She co-founded TheGalleryChannel.com in 1998 with Titus Bicknell to present virtual tours of innovative exhibitions alongside comprehensive global museum and gallery listings. TheGalleryChannel was later acquired by Antenna Audio, where Nancy led New Product Development from 2000-2008, introducing the company’s multimedia, sign language, downloadable, podcast and cellphone tours. She also directed Antenna’s sales in France from 2006-2007, and worked with the Travel Channel’s product development team. Nancy served as program chair for the Museums Computer Network (MCN) conference 2010-2011, and co-organized the Tate Handheld conference 2008 & 2010. She started MuseumMobile.info, its wiki and podcast series in 2008. She was Digital Editor of Curator: The Museum Journal from 2009-2014, and is now on the Journal's editorial board, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Omnimuseum Project.
Invited Speaker Ⅳ
(Nov. 9th (Fri.), 13:00-14:30)

Ayon Yun

Gwacheon National Science Museum

Noriko Taniguchi

teamLab, Japan
Noriko Taniguchi(谷口 仁子)
Studied at Central Saint Martins in London.
Noriko Taniguchi studied at Central Saint Martins in London before joining teamLab as a Catalyst, where she focuses primarily on overseas projects. Previous work with the collective includes the Milan Expo, Pace Menlo Park, Singapore's ArtScience Museum, Pace London, and La Villette in Paris.

Jaehong Ahn

KAIST, Republic of Korea
  • Digital Heritage
  • Imaging Media Research Center, KIST(Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Researcher, Mar. 1997 – Feb. 2000
  • 3DIGM Inc. Director of Design Dept., Mar. 2000 – May 2006
  • Digital Heritage Group, Center for Culture Technology, KAIST Senior Researcher, Dec. 2006 – Aug. 2009
  • Korea National University of Cultural Heritage Visiting Researcher, Apr.2014 – Jun.2015
  • Department of Historical and Cultural Contents, Sun Moon University Lecturer, Mar. 2015 – Jun. 2015 / Nov. 2015 – Dec. 2015 / Mar. 2-16 – Jun. 2016
  • Taewon Innovation, Inc. Chief Researcher, Sep. 2015 – Dec. 2015
  • Department of Cultural Properties, Chung-Ang University Lecturer, Mar. 2016 – Jun. 2016 / Sep. 2016 – Dec. 2016
  • Research Center for Cultural Contents, N-Media, Inc. Chief Researcher, Jul. 2016 – Nov. 2016
  • Center for Archaeological Environment Studies, Korea University Research Professor, Jul. 2016 – Nov. 2011
  • Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST Visiting Professor, Nov. 2016 – Current

David Dewhurst

(Substitute Speaker of Dave Patten)
The Science Museum, England