On December 16-17, within the framework of a visit to the Republic of Korea, with the rector of Inha University in Tashkent, as a member of the delegation of the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan, it was held a number of meetings with educational, scientific and IT organizations, during which a number of agreements were reached.
On December 16 with ARAD Networks Co., Ltd., GEO 2 Technology Co., Ltd, SRPOST Co. Ltd, Global Optical Communication Co., Ltd. issues of cooperation in the field of BPO (Business Process Outsourcing), as well as issues of opening and developing the first Korean IT cluster in Uzbekistan with the support of the Ministry for the Development of Information Technologies and Communications (implementation by Inha University in Tashkent and IT Park) were discussed. This cluster will cover the following areas: a Korean language training center, an IT educational center for training specialists in Information Technology, an incubation center and an acceleration center for the development and implementation of business start-up projects, as well as advanced training in IT.
Also on the same day, as part of the delegation of the Ministry of Information Technology of the Republic of Uzbekistan, he took part in a meeting with the President of KOICA, at a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Public Administration and Security of the Republic of Korea, as well as at a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Science and ICT of the Republic of Korea.
On December 17, a meeting was held with the Vice President of the Research Institute of the Republic of Korea ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) in Daejeon. Following the meeting, an agreement was reached to open an international research and development center on the territory of Inha University in Tashkent. Representatives of this institution conducted an excursion for the guests, demonstrating the technological potential of the institute, as well as their latest scientific developments in the field of artificial intelligence.
On the same day, the IUT rector met with the president of the INHA University of Korea. During the meeting, the following projects were discussed on which they came to final agreements for elaboration: support and assistance in providing an academic program, professors and laboratories for opening new faculties in the field of telemedicine, digital agriculture at Inha University in Tashkent.
Also, a meeting was held with representatives of the Inha Hospital (Republic of Korea). At the meeting, the parties discussed the opening of telemedicine directions at Inha University in Tashkent. Educational programs and teaching staff will be partly provided by INHA University (Korea) and Inha Hospital.