Jieun Park — “Flying Internet for the Unwired – How to Implement Sky-Streaming Internet in the Developing World” — 2/7/19
Thursday, February 7th, 2019
Join us on February 7 at 12:30 in ASC 236 for Jieun Park’s’s discussion, “Flying Internet for the Unwired – How to Implement Sky-Streaming Internet in the Developing World.”
Jieun Park, a visiting scholar at USC ARNIC this semester, received Ph.D. in Journalism & Mass Communication from Korea University. She has research experience in broad fields including ICT innovation, Korean telecommunications industry, communication technology standards, and Korean media policy. Her current research interests lie on the application and its impact of ICT innovations in different societies, telecommunication market strategy, and media policy & regulation issues. Prior to joining ARNIC, she has spent one year as a policy researcher at Seoul Digital Foundation, a digital think tank founded by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. As a policy researcher for Seoul, she has published two reports that investigated 1) Seoul’s strategy for the fourth industrial revolution, and 2) open platform strategy for Seoul. She holds two bachelor’s degrees in International Studies and Communications and a Master’s Degree in Journalism & Mass Communication from Korea University.