Writer|Joo Hyeon Heo |Public Relations Team
[WHY UNIST] Professor Katherine Kim, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
“UNIST’s calm setting allows you to focus on world-class research,” says Dr. Katherine Kim who is an assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UNIST. For future students considering a degree at UNIST, P... Read More
3 outstanding UNIST professors' research projects appeared in Nature Communications
Established in 2009, UNIST has gained recognition and established a foothold as a unique educational and research organization. In recent years, UNIST has captured the attention of scientists worldwide with its potential to become one of th... Read More
A team of reasearchers, led by Prof. Kyoung Taek Kim (School of Natural Science) has announced that they have successfully engineered self-supporting three-dimensional (3D) skeletal structure polymers, using saturated humidity and water vap... Read More
Opening new opportunities in materials science and technology
Graphene has become a rich topic to explore by many materials scientists and engineers, as well as chemists and physicists worldwide due to its exceptional properties. However, the main issue that scientists are faced with is the obstacle o... Read More
UNIST researchers, making Nature magazine with nanotech breakthrough
The formation of cracks is thought of as an unavoidable, unpleasant phenomenon because people believe that it is impossible to prevent cracking from all various forces. In recent years, scientists have demonstrated the ways to control fract... Read More
Bill for the status change of UNIST passed in the National Assembly plenary session.
President Geun-hye Park has 15 days to decide the measure's fate.
The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been approved by the National Assembly with only four dissenting votes on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. This would bring UNIST to range with three other Korea’s S&T Research Institutes, KAIST... Read More
"This is a valuable result after 3 years of effort since its first proposal."
The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been approved by the National Assembly of Korea. On Wednesday, March 3, 2015, the National Assembly held a parliamentary plenary session to put the revised law to a vote and it was approved... Read More
"It is time to make concerted efforts in turning UNIST into another MIT of Korea."
Dear all UNIST members! The law for the status change of UNIST has finally been confirmed by the National Assembly! This is a valuable result after 3 years of effort since its first proposal. Although the road that seemed to be very close a... Read More
UNIST to range with three other Korea's S&T Research Institutes
On March 2, 2015, UNIST finally received the final approval of the law revision to be changed to a research institute from the National Assembly Legislation and Judiciary Committee of Korea. Since the revised bill of the law for UNIST has... Read More
Welcoming the class of 2019 and new transfers into the UNIST community
UNIST celebrated the entrance of the class of 2019 and new transfers before the first class commences at UNIST on Monday, March 2. The Orientation Program by UNIST was attended by 122 returning students, as well as 713 newly admitted studen... Read More