Date : 15-09-10
[Seminar] Dr. Yunho Jeon, A CTO of SK planet
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Title : Technologies for Online-to-offline Services

Speaker : Yunho Jeon, Ph.D. (CTO, SK planet)
Date : 2015.09.15(Tue) 17:00 ~ 18:00
Location : #601, Woojung CIC Building


Abstract :
Online-to-offline (O2O) services are now big trends in the mobile industry. Applying mobile technology to traditionally offline-based industry, O2O services are rapidly changing the way people order food, call taxies and how local businesses are advertising their stores and services.
In order to offer mobile services which are deeply integrated with physical world, new technologies are needed to solve problems that are not present in online-only services. In this seminar, we will first talk about how different technologies are used to location and proximity-based services. Recent trend for mobile authentication, which is essential in commerce applications, will also be discussed. The ability to recognize physical objects using their images is helpful to many commerce services and examples of deep neural network applications will be presented.
SK planet is the leading commerce company in Korea and is expanding its O2O and e-commerce businesses to US and Asian countries. This seminar will give a glimpse of how new technologies are being developed and utilized to differentiate services in rapidly evolving industry.


Bio :
Dr. Yunho Jeon is the CTO of SK planet, responsible for the company’s technology strategy, new technology products, common platforms and infrastructure. He joined SK telecom in May, 2011 as head of Platform R&D Office before SK planet was spun off from SK telecom. He served from 2001-2007 at WiderThan as head of development team responsible for network and mobile client products. After RealNetworks acquired WiderThan in 2007, he continued to serve as regional CTO and as head of mobile solution labs at RealNetworks APAC, Seoul.
Dr. Jeon received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Seoul National University in 2000. Prior to doing doctorial study, he worked as research engineer at ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) and KIST (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) during 1991-1996.