November 11 (Sat.) At the 7th National Student Design Competition, Jae Hyuk Jang, In Kyu Moon, Sang Min Lee, Seong Woo Kim, Soo Han Lee, Muhammed Kaan (Professor Wonju Jeon, TA Hyun Bin Yoo) was awarded bronze prize. Patients who are unable to move themselves, such as comatose patients, are very vulnerable to disasters. Therefore,
KAIST team participated in the 7th National Student Design Competition held on November 11 (Saturday), Yonsei University, Seoul. Kim Ki-yoon, Lee Do-doo, Lee Min-seop, Jeong Jiwon, Cho Sungyoon, Heo Woong (Advisor Soonhung Han, TA Hyunchul Kim) are awarded. Hosted by the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, sponsored by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the
Professor Jeong-Guon Lee made a keynote speech at RECAV 2017 (Regional Conference on Acoustics and Vibration) held in Bali, Indonesia from November 26th to 28th. The title of the lecture is “Creation of Virtual Source, Field, and Feelings by Using Vibro-acoustic Methods”, which is the core contents of Ind 4.0. It is about realizing sound
Professor Seongsu Kim was awarded the New Scientific Award at the Korean Society of Composite Materials held on Thursday, November 23. The new academic award is awarded to researchers who are outstanding researchers in the field of composites among young researchers under 40 years of age.
Prof. Minyang Yang’s team succeeded in manufacturing high performance film-type flexible supercapacitor with cheap and simple method. The results of this study, which graduate student Lee Jae-Hoon of the Professor Yang Min-Yang’s laboratory was the first author, will be published in the December 21 issue of the Journal of Materials Chemistry A, a world-renowned journal
Professor Jungwon Kim has developed an ultra-low noise microwave frequency synthesizer that can be used for X-band radar with optical fiber optic technology. Radar is used in a wide range of civil and military applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to meteorological observations, astronomical research, air traffic control, and military detection. In order to implement high
Professor Sung was selected by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Government and the Korea Research Foundation as “Science/Technolgy Award of This Month”. Professor Sung was highly acclaimed for enhancing microfluidics research capabilities by the technology of finely controlling micrometre-scale droplets in a coin-sized microfluidic chip (Lab-on-a-chip). The microfluidic chip, next-generation experimental and diagnostic technology, is