2014 Creative Commons Korea
Now is the age of sharing.
The whole globe is connected, even things are connected now.
The power of sharing and connectivity that techology carries is making the world a better place.
Here, CCKOREA International Conference invites you to have
fresh inspirations from people whose efforts are bringing positive changes
to the world through technology.
- Date & Time: September 16th (Tuesday), 2014 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Venue : Ferrum Hall @ Ferrum Tower 3F (Junggu Suhadong, Seoul)
- Fee: 50,000 KRW (free for CC KOREA supporters)
- Hosted by CC KOREA
Mayor of Seoul
Former Executive Director at Hope Institute
Since Seoul announced “Sharing City,” many eyes are on this metropolis. Park will share the philosophical meaning and the achievements of “Sharing City” project.
Partner at Shin & Kim
Project Lead of Creative Commons Korea
Member of Board of Directors of Creative Commons
Yoon launched Creative Commons License in Korea 10 years ago. Since then, he has participated in information sharing movement area such as intellectual property right and Internet governance.
Creative Commons CEO
Former CSO of Mozilla Foundation
Merkley operated multiple open source projects in Mozilla Foundation. From 2014, he joined Creative Commons as CEO. He has been an active enthusiast of open movement in areas such as Open Government and open source.
Lead of Code for Japan
Certified Developer by Ushahidi
Seki is a civic hacker from Japan. He is the leader of 420 developers who are creating web and mobile application services for Tsunami and nuclear disaster victims.
Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
Project Manager of Coding Da Vinci Project
Coding da Vinci is the first German open cultural data hackathon that brings together both cultural heritage institutions and the hacker & designer community to develop ideas and prototypes for the cultural sector and the public. All 17 developed projects run on open cultural data opened up by various cultural heritage institutions around Germany.
Co-founder of FabCafe Global
A graduate of Stanford Business School, Todd is based in Tokyo and a co-founder of projects such as TEDxTokyo, IMPACT Foundation Japan and FabCafe Global, a new platform supporting the spread of the Maker Movement, which started in Tokyo and quickly expanded to cities such as Taipei and Barcelona.
Professor at Seoul National University Graduate School of Environmental Studies
Kim completed his Ph.D at Harvard University. As a professor at Seoul National University Graduate School of Environmental Studies, he studies commercial real estate market analysis and urban computing. His recent interest is social entrepreneurship and activation of sharing movement.
Director of Public Policy and Civic Partnership at Airbnb
Turner holds a Master in Urban Planning from Harvard University. Before Airbnb, Molly consulted with governments on sustainable tourism development and conducted research with the UNESCO World Heritage Center. She currently serves on the boards of SPUR and Tumml. At Airbnb she manages public-private partnerships with various municipal government agencies, non-profits, and tourism bureaus. She also researches on social, economic and environmental impacts of home sharing.