Center for South Asian Studies
#Fab Lab in India #Indian History #Indian Classics #South Asian Economy #Living Lab
The Center for South Asian Studies (CSAS) was established to pursue multidimensional cooperative projects with the eight countries in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and to study their history, economy, politics, languages and cultures with the aim of systematically building related capacities. After establishing diplomatic relations with South Asian countries in the 1970s, Korea has recently reinforced cooperation in the context of New Southern Policy. With this trend, CSAS has the task of accumulating reliable high-quality information on the South Asian region to secure as its assets and fostering regional experts. CSAS seeks to perform the role of an academic link that connects diverse agents who contribute to the creation and accumulation of information related to South Asia.
Main Projects and Research Topics
- Korea-India joint research on fab labs: Joint research conducted in Korea and India using fab labs that seek solutions in the field by reflecting citizen needs and participation
- Korea-India joint fab lab development: Research on solution networks that provide safety and convenience for late-night traveling of mobility handicapped through living lab research oriented towards green mobility
- South Asia Culture School: Public knowledge-sharing project providing professional understanding of South Asian culture and history in an open frame
- CSAS Colloquium: Monthly events for inviting experts to share analyses and prospects on current issues of South Asia
Lee, M. M. (2020). Customer Value of a Smartphone App: A Comparison of South Korea and India. Asia Review, 9 (2).
Kim, S. & Lee, J. (2019). Analysis of INDC and Relative Major Industrial Policies and Environment Legislations in India. The Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 10 (2).
Sung Yong Kang | Director | email@example.com | Indian Classics | Indian philosophy, Indian religion
Myung Moo Lee | Research Fellow | firstname.lastname@example.org | Business Administration | IT Industry in India, Fab Lab