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 HISTORY

1987

Feb.

Founded the corporation called Computer and Communications Association

Feb.

Lee, Yong-Tae was inaugurated as President

Apr.

Became a juridical person under the approval of the minister of the Science and Technology

Jul.

Renamed the corporation 'Open System Interconnection Association'

Nov.

Published Open System Review, the first edition

1989

Jul.

Conducted 1st annual research with ETRI on information technology standards development

1990

Jan.

Chung, Seon-Jong (ETRI) was inaugurated as President

May

Held ISO/IEC JTC1/SC21 meeting in Seoul

1991

Dec.

Juridical person status change with the approval of the minister of Information and Communications

1992

Jan.

Park, Han-Kyu (Yonsei University) was inaugurated as President

Oct.

Held 1st international information and communications workshop and interoperability test

1993

Mar.

Its office moved to Dae-chee-dong, Gang-nam-gu, Seoul

Oct.

Held 11th AOW conference in Seoul

1994

Jan.

Park, Yong-Jin (Hanyang University)was inaugurated as President

Nov.

Completed open system standards and development research including 23 standards and total 31 items

1995

Feb.

Held 1st standard and technology workshop on Internet

1996

Jan.

An, Sun-Shin (Korea University) inaugurated as the president

Jun.

Held SWIT 1996

Nov.

Completed 15 standards including 37 standard proposals for information and communications technology

1997

Feb.

Held GII international workshop

1998

Jan.

Cho, Kuk-Hyun (Kwangwoon University) was inaugurated as President

Dec.

Completed the 10th year term project on information technology standard development research

1999

Jun.

Held 7th KRNET conference

2000

Jan.

Kim, Dae-Young (Chungnam University)was inaugurated as President

Feb.

Held APRICOT 2000 International conference

2001

Jan.

Choi, Yang-Hee (Seoul National University) was inaugurated as President

Mar.

Held Home Networking Technology workshop

Nov.

Conducted 20 IT standard and technology consulting

2002

Jan.

Kim, Joon-Nyun (Chungang University) was inaugurated as President

Sep.

Held 8th Standards and Technology workshop on Internet

2003

Jan.

Han, Sun-Young (Konkuk University) was inaugurated as President

Nov.

Conducted 24 standardization projects including research on analysis of information and telecommunication

2004

Jan.

Hong, Jin-Pyo (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) was inaugurated as President

Apr.

Title of the journal is changed from ‘Open System Review’ to ‘Standards & Technology Review’

Nov.

Conducted 27 standardization projects including assisting international standardization expert group

2005

Jan.

Lee, Jai-Yong (Yonsei University) was inaugurated as President

Nov.

Held TA/TG Workshop 2005

2006

Jan.

Chong, Il-Young (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) was inaugurated as President

Jun.

Organized IPTV Forum

2007

Jan.

Chae, Ki-Joon (Ewha Womans University) was inaugurated as President and Published 20 year history of OSIA

2008

Jan.

Lee, Dong-Ho (Kwangwoon University) was inaugurated as President and conducted Future Internet project

2009

Jan.

Lee, Sang-Hong (KT) was inaugurated as President

2010

Jan.

Kang, Hyun-KooK (Korea University) was inaugurated as President

2011

Jan.

Sohn, Sung-Won (ETRI) was inaugurated as President

2012

Jan.

Choi, Jong-Won (Sookmyung University) was inaugurated as President

2013

Jan.

Hong, Choong-Seon(Kyung Hee University) was inaugurated as President

2014

Jan.

Kim, Young-Han (Soongsil University) was inaugurated as President

2015

Jan.

Shin, Yong-Tae (Soongsil University) was inaugurated as President

2016

Jan.

Ahn, Sang-Hyun (University of Seoul) was inaugurated as President

2017

Jan.

Jang, Yeong-Min (Kookmin University) was inaugurated as President

2018

Jan.

Jeong, Seong-Ho (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) was inaugurated as President

Mar.

Renamed Open Standards and Internet Association as Open Standards and ICT Association and changed the Korean name from GAEBANGHYEONG-COMPUTER-TONGSIN-YEONGUHUI to HANGUK-COMPUTER-TONGSIN-YEONGUHUI.