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Suigen, South Korea

Kyonggi University is an accredited, private higher education institution, established in 1947. Kyonggi has over 17,000 students in majors in undergraduate and graduate programs on two campuses, Seoul and Suwon. The main campus is in Suwon which is a city located 30 miles from the capital Seoul. The Seoul campus is located in the center of Seoul.Kyonggi University has 11 colleges containing 63 programs of study and 12 graduate schools offering majors. The strength in Kyonggi's academic programs and research lies in Tourism, Hospitality, Arts and Design, Business, International Studies, Environmental Engineering, and Architectural Engineering. KGU teaches all courses in English. Kyonggi has established a sister-university relationship with 152 universities in 31 countries. KGU has a Korean language program. Over 650 international students study at Kyonggi. Wikipedia.


Jin C.,Kyonggi University
Information and Management | Year: 2013

The author explored the factors that affect user's acceptance of Facebook by analyzing data provided in a survey of Facebook users (n = 346) using hypotheses based on the Technology Readiness and Acceptance Model (TRAM). In addition, he investigated the role of a revised TRAM on social capital building. Results showed statistically significant support for the hypothesized model, indicating that positive and negative technology readiness (PTR and NTR) play an important role in the formation of perceived ease of use (PEOU), perceived usefulness (PU), and perceived playfulness (PP) as well as in generating the intention to continue using (ICU) Facebook and social capital building. However, NTR did not significantly affect PP. The study also showed that ICU Facebook was mediated by users' PEOU, PU, and PP, and that social capital building was mediated by ICU Facebook. Theoretical and practical implications and limitations are discussed. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. Source


Sung Y.,Kyonggi University
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation | Year: 2012

A printed wide-slot antenna with a parasitic patch for bandwidth enhancement is proposed and experimentally investigated. A simple 50-Ω microstrip line is used to excite the slot. A rotated square slot resonator is considered as reference geometry. The rotated square slot antenna exhibits two resonances (f 1: lower resonant frequency, f 2: higher resonant frequency). By embedding a parasitic patch into the center of the rotated square slot, the lower resonant frequency f 1 is decreased and the higher resonant frequency f 2 is increased. Thus, broadband characteristic of the wide-slot antenna is achieved. The measured results demonstrate that this structure exhibits a wide impedance bandwidth, which is over 80% for S 11 ≤ -10dB ranging from 2.23 to 5.35 GHz. Also, a stable and omnidirectional radiation pattern is observed within the operating bandwidth. In this design, a smaller ground plane is considered compared to the reference antenna (rotated square slot antenna without the parasitic center patch). © 2012 IEEE. Source


Sung Y.,Kyonggi University
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation | Year: 2013

A printed microstrip-fed monopole ultra-wideband (UWB) antenna with triple notched bands is presented. By embedding a modified H-shaped resonator with an additional outer line beside the microstrip feedline, band-rejected filtering properties around the 3.5 GHz WiMAX band, the 5.2/5.8 GHz WLAN band, and the X-band satellite communication band are generated. The notched frequencies can be adjusted according to specification by altering the modified H-shaped resonator. Sharp gain reductions occur at 3.7, 5.2, 7.5, and 7.9 GHz. However, for other frequencies outside the notched bands, the gain is stable in the entire UWB band. © 2012 IEEE. Source


Patent
Kyonggi University and Samsung | Date: 2013-03-15

A method and an apparatus for processing a media file for an augmented reality service are provided. The method includes analyzing at least one media file including a marker track and a virtual object track to be used for providing the augmented reality service; generating image data needed for reproducing an image by extracting video data and/or audio data included in the media file; generating virtual object data for displaying a virtual object by extracting virtual object information included in the media file; and synthesizing the image data and the virtual object data based on the marker track to structure a final image and reproducing the final image on a screen.


Patent
Kyonggi University | Date: 2011-03-02

The invention is a light emitting display device having a nanowire that emits light when an electric current is applied. The disclosed light emitting display device comprises: a nanowire light emitting element electrically connected to a first power line; a driving transistor electrically connected between the light emitting element and a second power line; a capacitor electrically connected between the driving transistor, the second power line, and a data line; and a switching transistor electrically connected between the driving transistor, the data line, and a scanning line. The invention discloses a light emitting display device comprising: a nanowire light emitting transistor electrically connected between a first power line and a second power line; a capacitor electrically connected between the nanowire light emitting transistor, second power line, and a data line; and a switching transistor electrically connected between the nanowire light emitting transistor, data line, capacitor, and a scanning line.

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